Right To Play has programs in: Benin, Burundi, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Jordan, Lebanon, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories (West Bank and Gaza), Peru, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda. View the Programmme Map
Based in Toronto, Canada, Headquarters houses Right To Play’s CEO and Executive Team who have responsibility to the International Board of Directors. Other department functions at Headquarters include: International Programs, Monitoring and Evaluation, Research, Educational Properties and Alliances, Policy and Strategic Initiatives, Global Business Development and Communications, Finance, and Human Resources.
Right To Play has six National Offices. They are located in Canada, The Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. The role of a National Office is to raise funds, build awareness for Right To Play programmes and advocate for Sport for Development with national governments. National Offices build and maintain relationships with partners as well as Athlete Ambassadors.
Right To Play has Regional Offices in Accra, Ghana; Kampala, Uganda; Bangkok, Thailand; and Beirut, Lebanon. Regional Offices are responsible for strategic partner relationships within the region, implementing expansion, the co-ordination of programming and training between Headquarters and Country Offices, and the provision of operations, finance, and human resources oversight for Country Offices.
Country Offices are responsible for the co-ordination of daily Right To Play project operations, the delivery of quality programmes, and their monitoring, assessment and evaluation. Country Offices build relationships with local partners and government ministries; assess in-country expansion opportunities; and advocate and build awareness.