Sunday, December 3, 2023

WASBO paves the way to Coaching Pathway Project

Gender stereotypes, sexism and discrimination are but a few challenges women in sport face.

Despite the greatness they constantly display, retaining the girl child has been a greater challenge globally. With school sport currently on halt for the last four years in Botswana, female athlete retention has been a struggle. 

Through the 28th TAFISA World Congress recently held in Düsseldorf, Germany; Women in Sport Botswana (WASBO) signed a groundbreaking collaboration agreement with the Association for International Sport for All (TAFISA) known as the Nike girl’s Positive and Safe Coaching Pathway Project.  The one year project set to commence in January 2024 is valued at USD10, 000.00 and it is set towards empowering girls and women in sport across Botswana. 

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