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Loofball Sport Development Initiative (LSDI) is a Non-profit Organization, Serving Youth Through Sport Whilst Facilitating Development Through the Power of Sport.



Our approach to sport development at the grass-roots level is centered on working with schools and physical education teachers to raise school participation and general performance of...LEARN MORE


We provide dynamic platforms for youth to actively participate in the lives of communities and to gain the required sense of inclusion and motivation to impact positively on their societies.nLEARN MORE


Engaging children physically and mentally is very primary to our work, which involves providing conducive environment for youngsters to thrive, placing value on their development, wellbeing... nLEARN MORE


We organize special programs to empower local youth by building their capacities to become leaders and facilitators of positive change and development. Through these programs, we...menLEARN MORE


We employ some peace-building frameworks to harmonize young people from diverse backgrounds, including those from disadvantaged communities, with a view to giving them...LEARN MORE


At the very heart of our mission is the drive to consciously and methodically develop a sports brand in loofball, by that unlocking ample opportunities for youth, enterprises and investors.LEARN MORE

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

LSDI, in partnership with God's Glad Amazon Int'l, a faith-based non-governmental organization, Monday May 29 celebrated Children's Day in Orozo, AMAC, Abuja. 

The fun-filled occasion featured dance competition, dressing competition, scriptural recitation and loofball practice session. It was indeed a sight to behold as participants were rewarded in many ways. 

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The 2023 edition of the Annual School Loofball Competition, initially billed to hold in May, has been rescheduled. The inter-school event is now expected to hold in late June, barring further changes as the case may be.

The management apologizes for the late rearrangement and any inconvenience as a result.

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Friday, March 31, 2023

Since April 2021, Rexona (also known as Sure, Degree or Shield, depending on your location) has partnered with Beyond Sport on the innovative Breaking Limits Program to change young people’s lives through the transformative power of movement. The Breaking Limits Program is a digital training series developed to equip coaches and young leaders with tools and skills to inspire confidence in youth to help them move more.

The modules were developed with the help of partners who used their combined years of sport for development and youth engagement experience to infuse best practices on social issues and ways to address barriers to movement such as inclusion, gender equality and access.

If you’re a sport for development organization or individual working with young people aged 12-18, sign up to receive information on the Breaking Limits Programme and its digital training series today -

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The Principal, King’s College Lagos, Mr Andrew Ali Agada, has appealed to the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) to find ways of collaborating with its sports counterpart in harnessing and developing talents discovered at the end of every sporting competition of various schools.

According to him, the discovery and development of fresh talents in sports is a sure way of ensuring that the country is positioned on a higher pedestal in various games on the global stage.

Agada spoke on the sidelines of the 103rd inter-house sports competition of the college. He said: “Let me use this opportunity to appeal to the Federal Ministry of Education to engage talents discovered at the end of every inter-house sport of each of the schools and synergise with its youth and sports counterpart so as to harness, train and develop them.

“Not everybody will go to university, not everyone will earn a living from being a doctor, an engineer or any other career, but from sports, they can make it. We have seen people reach their peak through sports.”

Agada noted that aside from financial gains, sports also promote teamwork, adding that when students work together, they synergise and move forward, as it assists them in time management. According to him, most of the events are timed and therefore, ensure that they are able to work with time too.

He explained that sports had always played a critical role in academics, because it helps in making the students mentally alert.

“In fact, research has shown that there is a positive correlation between sports and academic performance. The students also seize the opportunity to wind down because it cannot just be teaching and learning all the way, without some time off to play.”

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Wednesday, March 1, 2023

The Loofball Sport Development Initiative (LSDI) is partnering with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Federal Government to engage and empower youth via the Nigeria Jubilee Fellowship Programme (NJFP).

Launched in August 2021, the NJFP is a youth empowerment partnership initiative between the Federal Government of Nigeria, the UNDP and the private sector.

The programme seeks to connect talented graduates with local job opportunities that apply their expertise while equipping them with world-class practical knowledge and relevant skills.

Through the programme, the LSDI will engage a number of graduates for a one (1) year period, with a view to enabling them gain valuable skills and experience.

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Wish to know more about the Loofball Sport Development Initiative, LSDI? Well, wish no further as we've released a brief overview of the organization titled "LSDI in Brief".

The overview summarizes everything about the LSDI, including program strategies and ethics.

Kindly click the following link to access the document:

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Since its inception, the number of participants in loofball has increased rather exponentially, thanks to the relentless commitment and dedication of our members. We're working round the clock to ensure that more young people participate in the sport and continuously enjoy the benefits of sport and play.


Major Competitions

State competitions. Zonal competitions. National competitions.

School Games

Intraschool games. Interschool games/ competitions.load faster Peut

PE Sessions

PE sessions in elementary/ primary schools.yours

Seminars & Workshops

Seminars. 'Training of Trainer' workshops. bets

Camps & Outreaches

Holiday camps for under-15. Special outreaches. you

Special Programs

Special programs e.g. Girls for Sport, Health and Sport...

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Abuja, Nigeria
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