Foundation visit 2018 ⚽️????????☀️#zambia #educationempowers

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Roger Federer may be skipping the clay season (again), but that doesn't mean he isn't keeping busy. The world No. 2 took his first-ever trip to Zambia to visit a few Roger Federer Foundation community school programs. 

His charity helps children who live in poverty-stricken countries get an education. His journey took him to schools in the District of Lundazi and Chipata District in the Eastern Province of Zambia. 

The Swiss kicked a soccer ball around with the local children, spoke with the District Council, parents and teachers and even assisted in a classroom.

The 36-year-old even let loose some of his dance moves. 

 

Let’s boogie????????????????????????#educationempowers

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"It is my hope that in 10 years' time all children will have access to early childhood education in Zambia, as it is the foundation of all learning," Federer said. 

The 20-time Grand Slam champion's next tournament will be Halle in June.