A European initiative using sport to promote health and well-being among young people living in underprivileged districts is successfully ongoing.

In the current stage of the project implementation, an Analysis of the current coach programme and the extent to which it is addressing issues of social inclusion is being conducted in each participating country. The purpose of this study is how coaches deal with children living in underprivileged districts during the training sessions.

On 23rd and 24th of June 2018 in Rome, 35 athletes represented the 6 European countries to give life to the first edition of “Oncology Games”, a project inspired by Leonardo Cenci and financed by the European Commission, within the Erasmus + Sports Sector Program.

Members of the five Partner- Organizations participating in the project, met from 18/05/2018 to 20/05/2018 in Helsingborg, Sweden, for the 1st Transnational meeting of the Water GHAims EuroCamp program, which funded under the Erasmus Sport Program of the European Commission.

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