Copyright Â© 2011 Confederation Africaine de Volleyball- All rights reserved
17 February 2012
Cairo, Egypt, February 17, 2012- The African Volleyball Confederation “CAVB” Board held its first meeting since the elections in December 2011 and they approved the proposal of CAVB Commissions’ structure that will conduct the African volleyball work in this mandate. Lucbeau Kalala (RD Congo) was appointed as a president of the Sports Organizing Commission, Hassan Ahmed (EGY) was nominated the refereeing commission president, Ayaovi Babanawo (TOGO) for the Beach, Sherif El Shemerly (EGY) for coaching, Nasiwu Sadik (UGA) for the development, Touria Aarab (MAR) for the Marketing and Hossam Bahgat (EGY) for medical commission. The board distributed the responsibilities of the CAVB Executive members where the CAVB first vice President Mory Keita (Guinea Conakry) will be responsible for the Development Centers and the technical Programs, the vice president and treasurer Habu Gumel will take care of the financeand Munir Ben Slimane (TUN) for the legal matters. General Idress Dokony (CHA) will take care of the FIVB Sports Aid Program and development fund, Waithaka Kioni (KEN) for Beach volleyball activity, Camilo Antao for the Sports organization and competitions, Louis Timba (CMR) for CAVB Strategy and development of the NFs Managerial capacity, Issiaka Sawadogo (BUR) for zonal affaires, Touria Aarab for Media and marketing and Fofana Aminata (CIV) for the female Promotion in the sport. The board also approved the proposal for the CAVB zonal allowance which showed a considerable increase to help more development at that level specially after the decision organizing zonal qualifications for all the African competitions. The board also approved the proposed budget for the 2012 activity and the financial report of 2011 presented by the CAVB Treasurer Habu Gumel. Finally the meeting approved the nomination of Mrs Howyda Mondy as CAVB Executive Director.
Cairo, Egypt, January 20, 2015- The African Volleyball Confederation "CAVB" announced the full
Gaborone, Botswana, December 16, 2013- A record 27 clubs are now takin