African Hockey Federation (AfHF)
1966 Nairobi Kenya
1966, Nairobi (Kenya). Formally founded 29 Mar 1970, Nairobi. Constitution amended, 16 Sep 1995, Harare (Zimbabwe); 16 Sep 1999, Johannesburg (South Africa); 30 Jun 2002, Cairo (Egypt); 29 Mar 2003, Pretoria (South Africa); 8 Oct 2005, Pretoria (South Africa); 21 Jul 2007, Nairobi (Kenya).
Introduce, develop, advance, promote, organize and generally encourage hockey for both men and women, youth, juniors and seniors, in Africa; promote relations and cooperation amongst the members of the federation and other sport bodies.
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Congress (every 2 years), comprising 1 or 2 delegates from each affiliated national association. Executive Board (meets at least annually), comprising President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Honorary Secretary General, Honorary Treasurer and 2 members. Committees (5), meet at least annually. Office Manager.
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