Whether working with large corporations, in slums or with the Maasai community, Kenya creates amazing memories

Country Snapshot

We’ve been busy in Kenya – here are a few facts & figures:


Years Strong




People Engaged







Situated on the equator, on the east coast of Africa, Kenya’s climate varies widely across the country – with land rising from sea-level, to fertile highlands, to hot and arid deserts. Agriculture plays an important role in the economy, though unpredictable rainfall patterns can seriously affect its stability.

Corporate CSR

TRT have been working in Kenya since 2009, when we ran a “corporate training tour” with Salesforce and delivered a programme in a slum on the outskirts of Nairobi. This tour, to the Kibagare slum, proved highly successful, and the sport has continued to increase in popularity. We now have regular programmes running in five key areas of the country, including Nairobi, Mombasa, Nanyuki and West Pokot. As a result, we now have more than 16 girl’s schools in Kenya now playing competitive rugby!

Successful Partnerships

As our whole ethos is based around combining education with sport, it was a logical step to partner with an organisation called Exploring Global Health Opportunities to help deliver a woman’s health programme in Kenya. The TeamTalk programme, designed to tackle key issues affecting the Maasai community, is a fine example of how we are able to use tag rugby to break down barriers and create a better, more inclusive environment for learning. Everyone has a lot of fun too!

Engaging England Rugby

In 2012 TRT convinced the RFU to send their England Counties team on Tour to East Africa – where they played fixtures in both Uganda and Kenya. During their ‘down-time’, the team participated in TRT community tag programmes, engaging with children from challenging backgrounds. For many of the team members, playing test rugby in Kampala and Nairobi was a once in a lifetime experience, however, many of them reflected on their time working with the children as their most enduring memory of the tour.

Profound Impact

We are very proud of the positive outcomes from our activity here, especially for the women and girls who, as a direct result of engaging with TRT, are able to play a fuller role in the family and wider community.

We've made a real difference…

Here are a few of the community projects we have worked on:

Health & Social Education

Team Talk in Kenya – raising confidence and aspirations.

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What’s going on…

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3 months ago

Tag Rugby Trust Kenya

Kenya Administration Police in Tag rugby Trust kitRugby is great. The players don't wear helmets or padding; they just beat the living daylights out of each other.
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3 months ago

Tag Rugby Trust Kenya

Long live Tag rugby trustA man of few words our head coach the engine behind Administration police RUGBY today we pray to lord to give you good health to you and your family you are our dady Ronnald Gedion Okoth
****iko watu wanamiss mkomboti**
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Long live Tag rugby trust

3 months ago

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3 months ago

Tag Rugby Trust Kenya

Hope this comes to KenyaExciting times in Zimbabwe with the opening of the TRT Hub - a facility prioritising girls and women’s Tag related programmes, specifically Female Inspiration Thru Rugby (FITR) as well as a fantastic IT lab and training room for a broad range of skills development.

IT Schools Africa
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The Girls Legacy
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4 months ago

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Well done Tag Rugby Trust Kenya