• Karanba is a social project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    Using football as an instrument, we aim to help children and youth from the favelas by offering them an opportunity for education and personal development through a varied activity program.
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Karanba er et sosialprosjekt i Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Med fotball som virkemiddel hjelper Karanba vanskeligstilte barn og unge fra slumområdene med utdanning, utvikling og utfoldelse. Karanba samler og engasjerer mennesker i en tøff hverdag sterkt preget av kriminalitet og narkotikatrafikk.

Om prosjektet

Noen av våre tilbud:
  • 10-15 norske frivillige står for ukentlig engelsk­undervisning.Les mer!
  • Les om hvordan det er å arbeide frivillig for Karanba i Brasil.Les mer!
    Norske frivillige
  • Karanba har helt siden oppstart hatt til hensikt å inkludere jenter.Les mer!
  • Våre flotte Karanba-kalendere er nå klar for bestilling!Les mer!
    Kjøp kalender!
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  • In São Gonçalo you’re not likely to be asked the question “What do you dream about?”. But luckily, we do have Karanba.

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  • Expectations ran high when Karanba Sponsor Challenge 2014 was arranged for the first time Wednesday, December 3rd at Leme in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • This fall Karanba has started vocational courses for the older Karanba youngsters. The idea is to increase their interest and awareness of science and technical subjects and studies through mathematical and physical experiments and demonstrations, supported by basic theory and practical tasks.

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  • That's how our social worker Daritia started of this fall's movie day, where we showed the animated movie Rio in English. We served popcorn, hot dogs and soda, and through two showings, several hundred children and youth got to enjoy a funny movie, about a city they know so well.

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