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CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani speaking during the Development Commission meeting
6 November 2013
Cairo, Egypt, November 6, 2013- African Volleyball Confederation "CAVB" Development Commission held its annual meeting headed by CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani in Cairo, Egypt on Wednesday where the African volleyball future development projects were put on the table for discussion.
Elwani started the meeting by welcoming all the attendances and appreciating their input through their experiences to aid the implementation of the previous and future projects.
CAVB Executive Director Howyda Mondy presented the Development fund where she showed the analysis of the accepted projects and National Federations who get the advantage of the FIVB fund. She concluded the valuable outcome of the completed projects and the statistical analysis of those projects.
The meeting also proposed the courses to be organised in 2014 including coaching, Refereeing and Management courses and they discussed the organised ones at the national and continental levels.
One of the new future programmes discussed during the meeting was the "African Instructor Project" where the top of the candidates will be selected in an aim to develop a new breed of African instructors who can facilitate organising African courses. Ten candidates will be selected and approved by CAVB Board of Administration meeting from 46 appliers taking in consideration of having no more than one candidate from the same country.
CAVB Technical and Development officer Tafara Enzanai presented the e- learning project which will be another channel of communication that can facilitate the transfer of information and allow self paced learning thus capturing those who would normally miss conventional courses due to hectic work or social programmes, and also decreasing the travel costs for instructors and participants.
The meeting was attended by CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani, CAVB vice President Mory Keita, Development supervisor of the CAVB Board of Administration Idriss Dokony (Chad), Commission President Nasiwu Sadik (Uganda), Ahmed Khanou (Sierra Leone), Musa Taal (Gambia), Charles Uyisenga (Rwanda), Salaheldin Babiker (Sudan), Fredreck Ndlovu (Zimbabwe), Paul Atchoe (Ghana), Sanga Kone (Cote d'Ivoire) and Baibamne Kianhikbo (Chad).
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