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Recent research suggests that children's access to good play provision can: increase their self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-respect, physical and mental health. Play has many benefits for children, families and the wider community. However, in the recent past play is on the decline due to increased time spent in the classroom. Additionaly communities, policy makers in mostly in developing countries do not understand the benefits of play especially in the early years.the Playgroundhub is leveraging sustainable local materials to create of a community with a common beleif in the power of play to unleash childrens potential.