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Article of the day: PRESS ARTICLE HOPE OF SPORTS FOUNDATION LAUNCH

Date of publication: July 04, 2022 at 20:50:17 am



On Saturday July 02, 2022, the official launch ceremony for the activities of the NGO "HOPE OF SPORT FOUNDATION" chaired by M Jean Christopher Douayelet, in the presence of M Jean-Marc YACE, Mayor of the Commune of COCODY and sponsor of the ceremony.

The NGO "HOPE OF SPORTS FOUNDATION" officially launched its activities this Saturday, July 02, 2022. This ceremony which was held at the restaurant bar "L'Acoustic" of the two valley plateaus saw the participation of several personalities from the world of sport. especially amateur football. Among these personalities, we could count Mr. Hamed Traoré, President of the Association of Football Training Centers of Côte d'Ivoire, Mr. Balogoun, President of the Union of Training Centers of Yopougon and Mr. N'GATTA, Initiator of the DISCOVERY tournament in Cocody.

Speaking on behalf of the foundation, Mr. ZEBE, its secretary general, thanked the audience for their patience and renewed the foundation's commitment to amateur athletes. For the Mayor of the municipality of Cocody, Sponsor of the ceremony, Mr. Jean-Marc YACE, he insisted on the role of NGOs, in particular "HOPE OF SPORTS FOUNDATION" in the development of local and amateur sport. He also suggested to those responsible for the foundation to touch all disciplines and also to provide first aid training for the well-being of all. Finally, the President of the NGO "HOPE OF SPORTS FOUNDATION", Mr. Christopher DOUAYELET took the floor to present his foundation, the members who compose it and also the activities in which they intend to invest. He said that the creation of this NGO is motivated by the precariousness in which amateur sportsmen evolve and the lack of means at their disposal.

The ceremony ended with a major donation of equipment from the NGO "HOPE OF SPORTS FOUNDATION" to the Association of Football Training Centers of Cocody, a donation which was received by Mr. Jean Samuel NASSIROU.

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