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19-09-2012

SUCCESSFUL FIVB CONGRESS WORKSHOP HELD THIS TUESDAY IN ANAHEIM

Mike Masaufakalo from the Vanuatu Volleyball Federation was one of four presenters explaining how their federation has successfully grown in recent years

Anaheim, USA, September 18, 2012 — After the success of the inaugural edition of the FIVB Congress Workshop on development in Rome in 2010, Anaheim saw another productive seminar with a total number of 159 participants from 128 countries in attendance, including 39 African countries. There were a total of 162 category I and II Federations present at the Workshop.

African National federation representatives made a significant input during their participation at the second FIVB Congress Seminar focused on development for emerging federations Category I and II taking place at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, USA on Tuesday.

The workshop started with a presentation for the development activities supported by FIVB during the last three years presented by FIVB Development Commission President Vicente Araujo and FIVB Technical and Development Director Helgi Thorsteinsson. They showed the great increase in the Development Fund year by year.

The minister of sports of Costa Rica, who also presides over his country’s National Volleyball Federation expressed his approval to the continued efforts made by the current administration of FIVB to generate the development of the sport discipline throughout the world.

Mike Masaufakalo from the Vanuatu Volleyball Federation was one of four presenters explaining how their federation has successfully grown in recent years.

The Seminar is a good place to listen to all the needs and problems found by countries with financial and other problems like distances, other vital needs not covered, etc. It is also an important exchange of experiences between those that could develop volleyball activities and grow steadily and those that need to get the ideas and support to reach this basic goal.

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