Yes, its celebration among the children in Cape Coast as for the first time an under fourteen side has brought a basketball trophy to the city. That is just what HCI U14 Boys did at the El Wak Stadium in Accra. It was the semis finals and final day as the group stages and quarters [...]


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  • Mar 20 20102 item1 HCI U14 boys qualifies for Milo Junior Ball Semis

     Milo Junior Basketball Tournament 2010 second edition saw the debut of HCI U14 boys in their first ever tournament outside Cape Coast and playing their first game in Accra as well. The HCI team comprised of boys from junior high schools in Cape Coast. 80% of the team are of [...] Read more

  • Jan 23 20103 item1 HCI holds mini basket clinic

    HCI was this weekend at the Buduburam Settlement upon a special request by the Buduburam Basketball Association(BBA). The mini basket clinic started at 7AM local time. There were over 50 children in attendance at the clinic. The children were taken through several drills starting with defensive stance. They were than [...] Read more

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  • Jan 01 20104 item1

    Jake Sullivan - President of Kingdom Hoops, visionary for Project: Ghana visited Cape Coast along with his wife to meet the children of Hoops Care International program. The visit which was highly anticipated by the children, saw a large crowd of them in attendance awaiting Jake and Janel. Upon their [...] Read more

  • Dec 02 20095 item1 Wheel Chair basketball success in Cape Coast, Ghana

    [gallery] HCI has been training the physically disable for over two months and it all showed a success today when the HCI/Cape Coast Wheelchair Basketball Team (male and female, wearing green) defeated the teams from Takoradi. The game was also organized to celebrate the world's disable day. Many dignitaries were present, [...] Read more


  • Jun 08 20096 item1 Hoops Care International visits Children of Special Needs School

    [gallery] HCI had the opportunity to run a basketball clinic for the School for children with special needs in Cape Coast. The children are mostly psychologically and physically challenged, but were nevertheless eager to learn about basketball and foremost enjoying the event. The staffs, along with volunteers Alfred, John and Charles, took [...] Read more

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  • Apr 15 20097 HCI Commemorates Basketball Court

    Hoops Care International (HCI) is a NGO which seeks to promote good health, morale and education through sports. As part of its community upliftment initiatives has refurbished a basketball court in Cape Coast, Central Region at a cost of GHC5, 000.00 The 11th April 2009 was the official launching of the [...] Read more

  • Nov 14 20088 item1 HCI Clinic with Philip Quaque Boys School

    Philip Quaque Boys School in Cape Coast was host to HCI. The students were very glad to see members of HCI during their normal physical education period. Over thirty boys were in attendance and they were taken through some basic fundamental basketball drills in stance and passing. The clinic was [...] Read more

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  • Oct 17 20089 item1 HCI host basketball clinic with Wesley Girls Basic School

    HCI Team today visited the Wesley Girls Basic School in Cape Coast. The girls of the school were excited upon seeing the HCI volunteers who took them through several basketball drills and exercises. At the end of the event, they were given health talk. The visit which coincided with the [...] Read more

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Hoops Care International (HCI) is a non-governmental organization located in the community of Amanful in Cape Coast, Ghana. It officially began in 2008 as a program to empower youth in the community through sports. Since then, it has grown to include care and outreach surrounding health and education. HCI works closely with youth from twelve schools in Cape Coast, along with single mothers, teen mothers, and handicapped individuals. In addition to running regular activities and programs surrounding sports, health, and education, HCI also coordinates events to address important issues. HCI has made a significant impact with its programs already, and always looks for new ways to support and empower community members


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