African Development Project reaches South Africa

African Development Project reaches South Africa
25/10/2019
The African Development Project, built by the WBSC Development Commission in collaboration with the African Baseball and Softball Association (ABSA) touched the fifth Country after Kenya, Zambia, Ivory Coast and Lesotho

The African Development Project (ADP) reached South Africa, the fifth Country since its launch. WBSC organised a course on the Management of a Sports Organization at the Garden Court Hotel, Johannesburg.

A total of 25 persons participated in the course, that was organised in collaboration with Softball South Africa.

The African Development Project was built by WBSC Development Commission and the African Baseball and Softball Association (ABSA) as a result of the WBSC African Baseball Summit 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The training course on the Management of a Sports Organization is Phase one of the ADP. It aims at developing managerial skills in the staff on African National Federations and introduces to phase two, that is about the technical growth of the Federation.

Once the National Federation has completed phase one, it’s entitled to go through phase two and host WBSC envoy coaches for two different seminars.

During phase three of the ADP, WBSC will support the National Federations in the organisation of events.