The Rwanda National Olympic and Sports Committee met in an extraordinary session on 11 March 2017 at Lemigo Hotel, Kigali, to elect a new Executive Committee expected to conduct the NOC activities for the 2017-2020 quadrennial.
The ANOCA member body will henceforth be headed by Munyabagisha Valens for the next four years. He takes over from Robert Bayigamba, who served one term and had himself succeeded General Charles Rudakubana who headed the organisation from 2009.
The line-up of the Executive Committee is as follows:
• President: Amb. Munyabagisha Valens
• 1st Vice President: Rwemalika Félicité
• 2nd Vice President: Bizimana Festus
• Secretary-General: Bizimana Dominique:
• Treasurer: Ingabire Alice
• Advisers: Nzabanterura Eugene et E’Gairma Hermine
• Internal Auditor: Umwali Josette
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.