The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) has renewed its partnership agreement with the Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) for a fifth year to continue overseeing its pioneering Qusai Initiative.
The signing ceremony was attended by Nasser Majali, JOC Secretary General, and Dr. Tamam Manko, the CEO of Crown Prince Foundation.
The initiative was created by the Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) to better train sports therapists to deal with medical emergencies and injuries in order to provide a safer environment across all levels of sport.
Majali emphasised the importance of the initiative which has trained hundreds of therapists and first aiders since its inception.
“The sports therapy industry has developed immensely over the past five years to ensure that our athletes are protected by the latest medical techniques and treatments that are available,” said Majali.
Dr Manko praised the renewal and said: “Our partnership with the JOC is one of our most valued. It highlights our policy to work alongside partners and specialists in various sectors.
“This initiative follows the directives of His Royal Highness Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, Crown Prince, and was launched in memory of our young footballer, Qusai Al Khawaldeh.”
Dr Manko added that the CPF is now moving towards the sustainability phase of the initiative with the JOC to ensure it can further develop for years to come, and that another announcement would be made soon.
A number of training courses are planned for the Qusai Initiative in 2021.
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