Royal recognition

Trevor Dudley was awarded a fellowship from Ashoka Foundation in 2003 for creating significant social change in Kampala.

The Kampala Kids League have been recognized by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2005 as the ‘Best Junior Cricket Initiative in Africa’.

We have been honoured by the Commonwealth Secretariat through nomination – along with our sister organisation, The Kids League (TKL) – by the visit of His Royal Highness Prince Charles to coincide with the 2007 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kampala.

HRH takes a penalty with the KKL and TKL children.

HRH takes a penalty with the KKL and TKL children.

When HRH visited our offices he met our staff and was also greeted by 20 boys and girls from both KKL and TKL programmes. HRH lifted one of the Gothia Cup trophies and took penalties against one of the boys, much to the delight of the waiting press. In his first visit to Uganda, the Prince of Wales unveiled a plaque on our offices to commemorate the visit.

Trevor Dudley was awarded an MBE in the 2008 New Years Honours for services to children’s sport and health education in Uganda.


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