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Grassroot Soccer

Grassroot Soccer (GRS) is an international adolescent health organization that educates, inspires and mobilizes youth in developing countries to overcome their greatest health challenges and live healthier, more productive lives. GRS uses the power of soccer to connect young people with the mentors, information, and health services they need to thrive, and empowers adolescents to make educated choices about pressing health challenges such as HIV & AIDS, sexual health, gender-based violence, and malaria. GRS's evidence-based programs, led by trained local mentors, incorporate soccer into dynamic lessons about health and wellness that engage young people and break down cultural barriers. With proven results and a constant focus on research and innovation, GRS has reached over 1.9 million young people in nearly 50 countries with adolescent-friendly health education.

About We reach adolescents through a combination of adolescent-friendly and proven curricula, the universal appeal of soccer, and local mentors and role models. Company Overview Adolescents in developing countries are being left behind when it comes to health. We know how to reach them.

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