We are a Togolese Humanitarian NGO for local communities, we try to develop and we have a lot of experience in receiving volunteers from all over the world. We are a social and open minded organization and we work without discriminations. We use a Football as a tool for integration, interaction and development with local communities. We believe everybody can be involved because the world is a Globe, just like the ball! We look forward to receiving engaged volunteers to have fun and enjoy our projects. We are legally under N.0067/MATDCL-SG-DLPAP-DOCA and NGO Quality N.795/MPDAT/2015 and all insert in Togolese Republic Official Journal.
We are very social and open mind, having more than 10 years of experience with volunteers world wide. Our previous volunteers have enjoyed and succed in their missions, and they usually indicate our NGO to other benevolents and friends. “I started KFC after an injury playing football that ended my career and the possibility to play professionally. Through my own experiences I was able to see the positive impact soccer can have on ones life, providing structure, hope, motivation, and community. There are many problems that need to be addressed in our community. I wanted to use my and many others, passion of football to make a difference” — Mohammed Keameko, Founder
I felt very welcomed and at home while staying in Atakpamé. They were wonderful hosts and really went out of their way to make sure I felt looked after and also saw some of Togo. The kids were friendly and tried their best to communicate (as did I) even if we couldn't speak the same language all of the time.
I would highly recommend talking to Mohammed and the NGO beforehand to see the best way you can work together, as they will be happy to accommodate your requests if possible.
Thanks brother - we are together!!
over 1 year ago
KFC was a life-changing experience unlike anything I have done in my life. The people and culture were amazing. When you visit you become apart of the KFC family, and are welcomed into the homes of the staff with open arms. Traveling as a woman to Africa alone might seem intimidating, but my experience strengthened my confidence of what I can do, where I can go, and the difference one person can make in a community.
about 3 years ago