Tibu Africa organized the “Sports Generation” Festival on April 6 in the 12 regions of the Kingdom of Morocco
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April 6 in Morocco marked a new stage for the Tibu Africa association and its “Sports Generation” program.

Kingdom of Morocco, April 6, 2024 – In partnership with the Ministry of National Education, Preschool and Sports (MENPS), the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) , the UEFA Foundation for Children, the corporate citizen Nareva and other private partners on the occasion of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, Tibu Africa recently organized the "Sports Generation" festival.


Each year, April 6 marks a global celebration of growing importance: the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. This special day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2013, following a bold proposal from the Kingdom of Morocco, recognizing the unique power of sport as a vector of peace and development throughout the world. Resolution A/RES/67/296 encourages all Member States, organizations of the United Nations system, and other international and regional actors, as well as the private sector and civil society, including NGOs and individuals, to celebrate this day in a way that respects national priorities and promotes the values of sport as a powerful tool for social inclusion, education and health.

The Sports Generation Festival

The Génération Sportive Festival aims to encourage rising generations to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle, to promote the values of sport such as fair play, cooperation and mutual respect, as well as to raise awareness of the positive impact of sport on personal and community development.

The Festival, which takes place simultaneously in around a hundred schools located in rural and urban areas in the 12 regions of the kingdom, includes a series of sports and fun activities adapted to the age of the students, such as sports and educational stations, races, team games, introductions to STEM and robotics and workshops on nutrition and health.

On this occasion, Mohamed Amine Zariat, President of the NGO Tibu Africa declared: "The Génération Sportive festival is an invitation to discover the power of sport to improve health, encourage equality, and celebrate peace. By bringing together students, teachers, and parents, we create a space to learn, share and grow through sport. This event is an opportunity for everyone to see how sport can build bridges between people, strengthen our community and inspire us to live a better future."

The Génération Sportive Festival is a meeting for students, parents, sports-health facilitators and teachers to meet and explore together how sport, health and new technologies can enrich the rising generations.

Génération Sportive: KPIs (May 2022 - April 2024)

  • 1

    50,000 beneficiaries
  • 150 schools
  • 150 Sports-Health facilitators

  • 20 hours of activities physical per week/per school
  • 100 sports-health capsules to date.

A national impact

To maximize its impact, Tibu Africa is celebrating this special day in several schools and areas across Morocco, reaching a wide range of cities:

  • Boujdour with Nareva and Tarfaya Energy Company
  • Tarfaya with Nareva and the company Énergie Eolienne du Maroc
  • Beni Mellal with the INDH

  • Midelt with Nareva and ENEL Morocco
  • Ghassate with ACWA Power
  • Safi with SAFIEC

  • Essaouira with the INDH

  • Taroudant with the UEFA Foundation for Children

  • Oujda with the INDH and the council of the oriental region

  • Nouaceur with the INDH

  • Mohammedia with the INDH

  • More than 10 cities in Morocco with the KNVB – World Coaches


About Tibu Africa:

Tibu Africa is the national engine of development through sport in Morocco.

She uses the power of sport to design social and innovative solutions in the field of education, empowerment and socio-economic inclusion of young people and women through sport in Morocco and Africa.

As the leading organization in the education and integration of young people through sport in Morocco and Africa with broad national coverage in more than 40 cities in the 12 regions of Morocco and 5 African capitals, and in line with its ambition to become the engine of sport for development in Africa by 2030, Tibu Africa is committed to contributing to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and considers them an opportunity to position sport as a powerful tool to design innovative solutions to the complexity of the challenges of the 21st century.


Growth and Strategy Director


All sports
Sustainable Development Goals
3 – Good health and well-being
Target Group

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