Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA)

Association des comités nationaux olympiques d'Afrique (ACNOA)
Asociación de Comités Olimpicos Nacionales de Africa

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Founded

1981-06-27 Lomé Togo

History

27-28 Jun 1981, Lomé (Togo), at first Constitutive General Assembly.

Aims

Promote understanding, cooperation and mutual help among the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) of Africa; help African NOCs to spread, develop and protect the Olympic ethic throughout the African continent; plan and coordinate the action of African NOCs; organize and coordinate the preparation and participation of Africa in Olympic Games; celebrate in close collaboration with the NOCs concerned, African Sports Confederations and SCSA, the African Games and such in accordance with the Olympic Charter; collaborate closely with SCSA and in a general manner with government and non-governmental sports bodies in order to facilitate the working out and the implementation in Africa of a coherent strategy of sports development which translates in terms of operational programmes the right for all to the practice of sports and physical activities.

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Structure

General Assembly. Executive Committee (meets at least annually), consisting of President, 4 Vice-Presidents, 7 Zone Representatives, Secretary-General, Treasurer General, 4 Honorary Presidents and Honorary Secretary-General. Autonomous Secretariat, headed by Secretary General. 8 Standing Committees.

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UIA Org ID

XD1525

Last News

2017

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