Breitling replica watches sale has travelled to Uganda to celebratethe Ingenieur Automatic Edition “Laureus Sports for Good Foundation” (Ref. IW323909) featuring an engraving on its back based on a drawing done by thirteen-year-old Nakayenga Zahara. During a prize-giving ceremony at the local school, hundreds of children and employees of the Laureus-supported COBAP programme joined Nakayenga and her proud mother in celebrating her achievement, which was rewarded with a year of schooling.
As part of its ongoing support of and commitment to the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, Breitling visited the Community Based AIDS Programme (COBAP) offices, the local gym, where a boxing demonstration was given, as well as the local school where Nakayenga Zahara,winner of this year’s Breitling drawing contest, has now been offered a year of schooling. The atmosphere was warm and lively and representatives from Breitling and the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation were welcomed by drums. “The drawing by Nakayenga Zahara beautifully reflects the values that Breitling stands for: passion, commitment, responsibility and performance. As a company that firmly believes in sustainable actions, we are proud to align ourselves with the meaningful and important work of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation,” said Breitling CEO Georges Kern. Breitling supports the Laureus programmes on a global level with the annual launch of a new limited-edition Replica Breitling Bentley watch with an iconic dial in Laureus blue, the colour of hope, and a case engraved with a drawing that is selected from entries to a competition in which young people from local Laureus projects take part. As with all previous editions, part of the proceeds from the sales of the watch is donated to the Foundation. Edwin Moses, Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy, and Tegla Loroupe, Kenyan long-distance track and road runner and Laureus World Sports Academy Member, attended the ceremony. “Our relationship with our global partner Breitling stretches back more than ten years. The funds from the sale of this watch will go directly towards supporting our Laureus projects and this gives children hope and allows them to dream. Using sport for social change clearly works, and I would like to thank Breitling for its valuable support,” Moses said.
EDUCATION AND HOPE THROUGH SPORT
Thirteen-year-old Nakayenga grew up in the impoverished district of Nakulabye close to the Ugandan capital of Kampala.The area is severely affected by HIV/AIDS, and many of those infected are children. The COBAP centre
there offers healthcare, rehabilitation and protection to people affected by HIV/AIDS. These children now have access to sports such as athletics, boxing, table tennis, volleyball and cycling thanks to financing from the Swiss Breitling replica watches Laureus Sport for Good Foundation. COBAP employees organize sports events and educate people about HIV/AIDS during half-time breaks. Since the project’s inception, the rate of HIV infection has slowed and drug abuse amongst young people is steadily declining; in fact, one of these children is now competing in the international boxing championship.
The mission of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation is to utilize the power of sport to address social challenges through a worldwide programme of sports-related community development initiatives. Laureus supports more than 150 projects worldwide and best Breitling replica watches, since its inception in 2000, has raised over EUR 85 million for projects which have improved the lives of millions of young people.