Team Photo - Williamsport August 2012

Uganda Little League Baseball

Developing Little League Baseball throughout Uganda

Serving over 15,000 children sharing about 1000 gloves, we could use your help, join us.

Supported by 303 Development Foundation Corp.

Entire First Class First time Students use tablets
Uganda RBI Junior Champions, RBI Caribbean Tournament 2018

Allen V R Stanley Secondary School of Math and Science for the Athletically Talented


International School Started January 28, 2013 for 50 students at Little League Complex. 

This is the most unique school in the world with students from all over Uganda.

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AVRS Secondary School facilities:

Two dorms that can hold 150 students each in eight rooms. One for boys and one for girls.
Facilities for housing teaching staff and other staff on site.
Classroom block consisting for 8 classrooms where one is set up as a video room for 100 students.
Administration building housing offices, board room, nurse's living quarters and infirmary, and a large laboratory with bench locations for 56 students.
Guest house for visitors with 6 bedrooms, 3 toilets with showers, dining room and fully equipped kitchen, and large lounge with large screen TV for meetings.

Sports facilities:

Currently 5 baseball, softball and soccer fields.
Two full size basketball courts
Three volley ball courts

Agriculture Program:

10 dairy cows currently, expecting to expand to 20.
Gardens planted by biology students
Fields for other crops
Matokie plantation on site
Fish Hatchery


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never authorized anyone to solicit funds for Uganda Little League, the AVRS School, nor

any AVRS students. Those who wish to donate in support of these programs should do

it through Pay Pal or via check made out to 303 Development Foundation and send it to

366 Ardsley Street, Staten Island, N.Y. 10306.




April 2023:

Things are returning to normal in Uganda. The school year started in early February and will end in late November. There will be a three week break between semesters in May which gives us a chance to once again host our Little League tournament. During the week of May 8, we will host the girls 12 and under softball tournament. The following Monday through Friday, we will host the boys 12 and under Little League Tournament. We doubt the winner of our tournaments will be allowed to continue on and travel to Poland for the European/Africa tournament that will allow the winner to continue on to the Little League World Series, as the last we heard, Uganda is banned from participating as we plan to win if we have to pay the $35,000 cost to get there. Little League, I guess is still studying breaking Africa away from Europe, which they apparently have been doing ever since 2007. Uganda will go on, as in the years before the pandemic, we participated in the RBI tournaments in Florida with both boys and girls teams in 2018 and 2019. We have also been approached by Babe Ruth League, which appears where we will be going in the future.

In regard to Little League, Uganda hurt the AVRS school as the government shut the schools down for two years and thus the only people who got hurt are the students who basically had two years taken away from their lives. Where we were able to get 12 year olds to enroll in our secondary school, now they have become 14 year olds. The Dodgers are trying to fix the problem for the next 4 or 5 years, by brining Primary students and helping them get through Primary school 7 so they can become our S1 students of next year at age 12. These primary students will be representing our school in this year's tournament.

Pitch in for Baseball is really an amazing organization We have been working with them for at least 17 years now, and they keep sending us more and more equipment. This is the only way baseball and softball equipment has been coming into Uganda. Every year, they ask us what we need and they pack it and we pay to ship it to Uganda. As far as we know, no store sells baseball equipment in Uganda. We started out with basically one large pallet about 20 years ago. This year, we shipped four pallets. They have now moved into a larger warehouse which I was invited to see earlier this year. They are expanding again. Soon we will be up to 5 pallets and eventually more. Our goal is expand Baseball and Softball throughout Uganda, and they are making a major contribution to making that happen.

While we are restarting our Little League tournament this May, we expect to be starting up our secondary school tournaments in early December or early January. We will decide that schedule probably during the Little League Tournaments. We do expect the secondary school program to expand in Africa. The next thing after we expand the secondary school program is what happens when the students graduate from the Secondary Schools. This is a problem the Uganda Baseball and Softball Federation now needs to begin to seriously work on. The Adult league has to come if they expect to eventually have Uganda playing in the Baseball Classic and the 2028 Los Angles Olympics. We can make it, but the Federation needs to accomplish a great deal. One thing that would help is the Dodgers continue on developing the baseball players for the Dodger organization and for the U.S. colleges. One female is graduating from college this coming January, and two of our male students are now students in a Houston, Texas University playing baseball. One a first year student and one now in his second year.






There are 2 Million Orphaned Children in Uganda, 45% due to Aids.  Many work in the streets to survive.  Baseball has given these children hope, a chance to have a dream!!!


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