YES Africa Malawi participants doing the ropes course at The Browne Center

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For 10 days over the summer break Durham was abuzz with activity as 17 youth sports leaders from Malawi, Africa, were on campus for an intensive exchange program focusing on inclusive sports for youth with disabilities. Read More

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