The International Olympic Committee recently awarded its “Women and Sport” Trophy for Africa to Lide Anne Ouoba Zoma (Burkina Faso), for her contribution to sport development in her country, especially sports practice by girls.
Senegal hosted a regional workshop on 25 October 2017 on how to protect integrity in sport and address the new form of criminality involving the manipulation of competitions and other threats to integrity in sport.
A sports administration course was organised for coaches in Bangui, Central African Republic, from 25 to 29 September 2017. The training focused on good governance principles in sports organisations, ethical values and principles
The Ghana Volleyball Federation, in partnership with the Ghana Olympic Committee and Olympic Solidarity has, since 13 September, been organising a capacity building training course for 33 coaches of the country in Accra.
The President of NOC Morocco, Faïçal Laraïchi, accompanied by Nawal El Moutawakil, was at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne recently, where he was received in audience by IOC President, Thomas Bach.
The Nigeria Olympic Committee, with assistance from Olympic Solidarity, organised a strategic planning training course for the country’s sports federations from 24 to 30 August 2017.
The Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee (RNOSC) in partnership with the Ministry of Sports and Culture recently organised a sport management and administration course for sport federation officials in Kigali.
Represented by its President, Mustapha Berraf COA on 12 November 2017, signed a protocol agreement with the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Higher School for Marketing Studies), HEC Algiers, renewing a successful partnership initiated in 2016 with this university institution.