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“In 2019, Pro Sport Development collaborated with Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage to organise a National Convening titled ‘Changing the Game: Sports for Gender Equity and Ending Child Marriage’. PSD’s expertise on the sports for development approach was apparent in the quality of the workshop. PSD’s ability to listen and design, their collaborative approach in both seeking and giving feedback as well as their ability to take initiative was much appreciated by Girls Not Brides.”

Divya Mukand, Girls Not Brides


“हमारी पार्टनरशिप बहुत मीनिंगफुल रही है। खासकर खेल के मैदान में हो या वर्कशॉप में, फुटबॉल खेल रही लड़कियों ने खेल का जुडाव अपने जीवन के साथ करना सीखा है। लड़कियां अब अपनी भावनाओं और व्यवहार पर बेहतर नियंत्रण कर पा रही हैं।”

इंदिरा पंचोली, महिला जन अधिकार समिति


“Laureus worked with Pro Sport Development (PSD) on a piece of research to scope suitable communities in Delhi for a programme we were looking to implement in Delhi. PSD were professional, on time with their delivery, and very knowledgeable about the sport for the development sector in their local area and the communities within Delhi. It was a pleasure to work with them on this research, and would recommend them highly.”

Neel Sood, Laureus Sport For Good


“Pro Sport Development is excellent. We worked with PSD to co-create and execute a participant selection process and program design for a sports-based youth leadership development program. The PSD team is hard-working, strategic, clear in communication, reliable and personable. We’d work with them again in a heartbeat!"

Nicole Wriedt, Sport Forward


“With many grassroots organizations working in the Sports for Development sector, PSD stands out because they have created a structured curriculum which is goal specific and impact driven.”

Kushal Agarwal, Monkey Sports


“It was a great opportunity to witness the activities of PSD which brought out the child within all our Sikhsha Saathis and shredded their fear, and pressure while giving them strong learning tools to engage with students effectively. The gaps within the teacher and the students are very diluted in such a set up. As I believe best learning happens when students and teachers believe themselves to be co learners and co travelers in the learning journey, and it can best be demonstrated through the activities.”

Siddharth Mishra, Harsha Trust