Having fled from war-torn Afghanistan, goalscorer Nadia Nadim knows what being able to play can mean to refugees.
"I came to a refugee camp where there was access to sports ... and I felt like I could be a child again."
"I have really, really fond memories of the refugee camp", she tells CNN in an interview about our partnership with PSG and our sports project in the Cox's Bazar refugee camp in Bangladesh. "I know it sounds weird, when I tell people, they're like: 'O, what?' but that's how I felt then, you know, and that's why I feel KLABU and PSG are trying to do the same".
"It is a hard situation for a kid to be in, but we're trying to make something positive."