Elwani presented the CAVB Activity Report to the Congress
CAVB President Dr Amr Elwani presented the Confederation's Activity Report to the Congress. Elwani highlighted the points of progress and the weaknesses needed to improve during the two years following the last Congress in Algeria 2015.
Coaches Projects highlighted in CAVB Congress
CAVB Coaches Commission President Sherif El Shemerly reported the great work done throughout the past two years and the new objectives in the 2017-2019 years . He summarised the 2016-2017 actions and highlighted the most important project which is implementation of E- Learning.
FIVB 9 Goals
The 9 goals are part of a long term strategic plan developed by President Graça and the FIVB to help direct the future work of the federation and ensure it realizes the sport’s huge global potential. The 9 goals were devised through a collaborative, internal process which looked at the main areas of development and progress and were approved by the FIVB Board of Administration earlier this year.
African Dream case studied in front of CAVB Congress
CAVB Executive Director Howyda Mondy presented all the project documents since its implementation and how the money was transferred to each of the participating countries through the Bank transfer.
E- Learning provides more volleyball information for CAVB
CAVB Instructor Mohamed Benhamida highlighted the targets of the CAVB Online Academy in 2 big items; the first is to train the continental coaches to be future instructors and the second in a long run project 2020-2021 to establish a CAVB Master degree in sports management specialised in Volleyball and Beach Volleyball.
FIVB 9 Goals
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The FIVB’s 9 goals are: 1. To move volleyball from group 2 to group 1 in the IOC rankings by 2020 2. To reach 2 million users on FIVB Digital Platforms by 2016 3. To increase the cumulative TV audience by 20% in 2016 and by 100% in 2020 4. To sign 4 new global sponsors by 2020 with a goal of 10 million per year 5. To grow the average FIVB annual income from 31 million to 66 million by 2020 6. To have a competitive, effective and sustainable bidding process by 2018 for all FIVB main events 7. To make available a TV or internet feed for FIVB key events to all 221 National Federations by 2016 8. To increase the number of licensed/ amateur players by 2018 9. To become the number 1 sport that serves the needs of humanitarian organisations in their programmes
CAVB President announces the launch of E learning Platform
Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2017- African Volleyball Confederation "CAVB" President Dr Amr Elwani announces the launch of the first ever E Leaning Platform through the online Beach Volleyball Coaches course this weekend.
In his launching speech Dr Elwani was cheered to declare the great success of CAVB to follow the new strategy of shifting to the online courses as an easier and less cost project.
"With great pleasure, CAVB is launching this platform as part of our new Board strategy to make information available at no cost to every corner in Africa," Said Dr Elwani.
E- Learning has become one of the most recent programmes as it saves a lot for both the confederation and the participants in the costing items beside the role of using this technology to bring more information and drills for the participants.
The new platform will cover all the training education for the coaches and helps to transfer all coaching tools online through the new programme.
The FIVB is the governing body responsible for all forms of Volleyball on a global level. Working closely with national federations and private enterprises the FIVB aims to develop Volleyball as a major world media and entertainment sport through world-class planning and organisation of competitions, marketing and development activities. The FIVB is part of the Olympic Movement, contributing to the success of the Olympic Games.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) was established in 1999 as an international independent agency composed and funded equally by the sport movement and governments of the world. Its key activities include scientific research, education, development of anti-doping capacities, and monitoring of the World Anti Doping Code (Code) – the document harmonizing anti-doping policies in all sports and all countries.
The African Volleyball Confederation, is an inter Africa non-governmental non-profit making organisation, composed of African National Federations which are destined to it by The International Volleyball Federation FIVB in order to administer and govern the sport of volleyball and all its disciplines (including notably Beach volleyball and Park Volleyball ) for male and female players.Co