February 19, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone, Liberia and other West African countries could benefit immensely from the African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB) who are planning to implement several developmental projects in Africa.
Secretary General of the Sierra Leone Volleyball Association (SLVA), Ahmed Khanou, who represented the country at the Development Commission meeting in Cairo, Egypt, joined others as they map the way forward for the development of the sport in Africa.
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The CAVB President, Dr. Amr Elwani in his statement to mark the opening of the meeting, urged all the commission members to meet the expectations and new challenges facing Africa.
He said Africa had made a great leap forward due to the great development work carried out across the continent.
“We need to have good cooperation between the National Federations which will be the only way to progress,” he said. “We also have to present new ideas and creative opinions from every member.”
The commission’s President, Nasiwa Sadik, said the CAVB now has to implement all the projects presented to the commission after the majority of the previous projects were launched successfully.
“Now we have to monitor our previous projects and then evaluate the results to enjoy their full success,” said Sadik.
The meeting was attended by CAVB President Dr. Amr Elwani, Development Commission President Nasiwa Sadik (Uganda), Commission members Ahmed Khanou (Sierra Leone), Charles Uyisenga (Rwanda), Salaheddin Babiker (Sudan), Fredreck Ndlovo (Zimbabwe), Paul Atchoe (Ghana), Sanga Kone (Ivory Coast), Baibamne Kianhykbo (Chad), Development Center Directors Mbaye Deme (Senegal), Kamal Rakaya (Tunisia), Omar Elhaj (Sudan), and CAVB Executive Director Howyda Mondy.