UncategorisedBOC strategy and ‘Best Sports Association Award’ criteria unveiled

September 11, 20190

?The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) presented its strategy for the 2014-18 period and revealed the ‘Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa Best Sports Association Award’ at their meeting with representatives of the national sports associations.
This meeting, staged at the National Stadium’s conference hall in Riffa, was also attended by BOC Sports Affairs executive director Jehad Khalfan, Human Resources executive director Ali Zubari, sports advisor Abduljalil Assad, Strategy Planning Committee head Abdulreda Al Mosawi and other committee officials.
Khalfan started the meeting by presenting the criteria of the ‘Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa Best Sports Association Award’ for 2014 and 2015.
“The award aims to affirm the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports plans in the Kingdom of Bahrain in general, and the objectives and strategy of the Bahrain Olympic Committee, in particular, which target the youth and sports sectors in the country,” said Khalfan.
Khalfan added that the award aims to bolster the administrative and technical actions within the national sports associations, motivate sustainable competitiveness in the field of sport, and promote social integration within the programs of the sports associations.
“The criteria for the 2014 edition award will cover technical, administrative and financial aspects based on other secondary conditions set,” added Khalfan.
The winning association will be announced later approved by the board of directors, while the award criteria for the 2015 edition award will be consistent with the new BOC strategy.
On his part, Al Mosawi presented his strategic plan of the committee, and noted that the main themes of the strategy will cover a number of aspects, such as achievement, learning, training, health, economy, partnership, culture and administrative work.
Al Mosawi reviewed a set of objectives and programmes, and stressed that this integrated strategy is consistent with the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports, the government’s work programme, and Bahrain’s Economic Vision 2030.

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