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EACCES Heads of Sport Forum report now available

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EACCES Heads of Sport Forum report now available

The report is the first communication from the meeting under which the East Africa Cup Community Coach Education System (EACCES) aims to develop a recognised and standardised coaching and accreditation system for the East African region. 

The first Heads of Sport Forum concluded with an action plan for the East African region after approximately 30 representatives from sports and development agencies across East Africa region met to assess the interest and impact of a recognised and standardised coaching and accreditation system. The EACCES initative which was launched at last year's East Africa Cup (EAC) for participating organisations and a Working Group has been established to continue work throughout the year.  

The working group mapped the EACCES from it is inception to date and the potential it has in East Africa in regards to community coach education and development.

About EACCES
East Africa Cup Community Coach Education System (EACCES) aims at essential enhancing the standardisation, recognition and support for multi-sport community level coach education and development within East Africa. The initiative is focused on community sport coaches involved with agencies participating in East Africa Cup and their partners. These coaches work with community based organisations that are using sports to address underlying issues in their communities focused at social development and cohesion.

Download the First Heads of Sport Forum report

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Evans Odago

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012 - 23:00