Fondation internationale Olympafrica (FINO)
Olympafrica International Foundation
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June 1993, Lausanne (Switzerland).
Use the impact of sport to motivate young people and provide the opportunity for their involvement in development activities; develop young people's talents through local sports programmes; improve living conditions in rural areas so as to encourage young people to remain or return there; protect young people from delinquency, drug addiction, sexually transmitted diseases, truancy, vagrancy, unemployment and under-employment; promote implementation of a network of centres in African countries to propagate Olympic ethics, peace, brotherhood and fair-play.Available with paid subscription only.
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