Monday , 21 June 2021

The successful model for the development of Paralympic sports in Asia!

The development arm of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Agitos Foundation, and Japan Sport Council are set to roll out the second phase of a new programme aimed at growing Para sports in south-east Asia ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The programme is part of Sport for Tomorrow, a Japanese government-led initiative to make international contributions through sport.

After partnering earlier this year and launching the Para Sport Management Programme in February, the two organisations are following this up by holding a series of workshops, entitled Training Workshops of Programme Leads, held Thursday (20 October) until 24 October in Tokyo, Japan. The workshop will train leaders from nine National Paralympic Committees (NPCs) in Asia with hopes of improving the overall organisational capacities of the NPCs in preparation for Tokyo 2020.


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