The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) welcomed the National Olympic Committees of Algeria, Palestine and Kuwait under an initiative to share knowledge and experiences, as well as to identify best practice in a number of important areas.
The visit, which was supported by Olympic Solidarity, enabled the JOC to share its key developments in recent years and the excellent progress that has been made.
JOC Secretary General Nasser Majali welcomed the delegates on behalf of JOC President HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein. Mazen Diab، Planning and strategy consultant then presented the JOC’s National Sport Strategy, which was launched in 2017, and shared its successes, particularly the improved performances at major international events.
The presentation also included the JOC’s future plans, reaching as far forward as 2032. The JOC managers also made presentations on their own departments.
On the second day, there were rich discussions between the delegates who were able to share their experiences.
“It was a pleasure to be able to share our experiences since we launched the National Sport Strategy,” said Majali. “It is important to build these levels of cooperation with fellow NOCs so that we can all grow and develop together.”
From Palestine NOC: Abed Al Majeed Hijjeh, Secretary General of Palestine Olympic Committee; Durgham Khalil, Head of CEO of National Olympic Academy; Areej Ghanayem, Head/International Relations Department; Dalia Abu Shama, Finance Department: Ghayda’ Abu Zayyad, Olympic Solidarity Program Manager; Mohammed Al Amassi, Assistant Secretary General; Majdi Al Qasem, Media Department; Fatmeh Afaneh National Federations Relations Department; Ameen Barhoush, Head of Planning & IT Department.
From Algeria NOC: Radia Misraoui, Administration Assistant; Saliha Bounemri, Olympic Solidarity Programme Manager; Amel Moussaoui, Assistant President; Kheira Aoufi, Accounts; Rabah Kouidri, Director of Human Resources; and Athmane Ouadhi, Communications Director.
From Kuwait NOC: Fatema Hayat, Mohammad Jaafar, Board Members; Mohammad Bourisly, Media; Ali Al Musallam; NOC of Kuwait.