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9 April 2014
2014 CAVB Coaches Commission
Cairo, Egypt, April 9, 2014- African Volleyball Confederation "CAVB" coaches' Commission President Sherif El Shemerly opened the annual meeting in Cairo, Egypt on Wednesday where he pointed out the great importance of the meeting to reshape the future of volleyball in Africa.
CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani who joined the meeting greeted all the attendances and appreciated the role they did to implement the ambitious programmes they proposed last year.
"Experience is getting better and better in African coaching and this is considered a key factor in our development," Elwani said in his opening speech.
"We have to build up our future. I know you are ambitious to achieve a lot for the sport, but I consider the project of African dream which allow volleyball to be played everywhere in the continent as a big landmark of success. We need the support of national Olympic committees and the local authorities to make these dreams a reality." He added.
El Shemerly opened the meeting by greeting all the attendance and thanked all of them for the great work they did since the last meeting in January 2013 to implement the decisions approved by CAVB Board. He asked them to have faithful participation in the operations of the commission meeting.
After the approval of the agenda, El Shemerly presented the implemented programmes during 2013 and early months of 2014. He showed the objectives of those events and then he showed throughout a power point presentation the work done to implement the important items of the last year's Agenda.
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