After the paper by Rodney Swigelaar (WADA Africa) there was unanimity as to the absolute need for NOCs to work in close collaboration with their Governments on the issue.
The information and exchange session held on Friday morning on Olympic Solidarity programmes aimed at supporting NOC activities was certainly a major highlight of the 34th seminar for Secretaries General of African NOCs.
The opening ceremony of the 34th Seminar for Secretaries General of African NOCs graced by the sports Minister of Cape Verde, clearly demonstrated the shared commitment of ANOCA
The 34th Annual Seminar for Secretaries General of African NOCs which will hold in SAL Island, Cape Verde, from 12-14 October 2017, will definitely mark a milestone for the African Olympic Movement.
During the 17th ordinary session of the ANOCA General Assembly in Djibouti, Cape Verde was chosen to host the maiden edition of Africa Beach Games in 2019.
On 10 May 2017, in Djibouti, sporting Africa witnessed a moment that will most certainly impact its future in our constant quest to promote sport and defend the values of Olympism: the election of a new Executive Committee
Former captain of the Mali basketball team, winner of the Africa Championship for Women in 2007 and a Kigali forum participant.
The Kigali Forum featured a series of panel discussions facilitated by renowned figures like H.E. Julienne Uwacu, Minister of Sports and Culture of the Republic of Rwanda; Mustafa Berraf, 1st Vice President of ANOCA; FIFA Secretary-General, Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura