Child obesity is on the rise in Jordan, but Jordan Olympic Committee’s children’s ambassador Nash has joined the fight back. Nash, created last year by the JOC to communicate to the young, took part in the opening day of the National Children Anti-Obesity Society programme, which was held at the Al Ahli Club. More than 50 children enjoyed Nash activities and learned about the importance of sport in their lives and how to fight obesity. The children learned about the Olympic Values through Nash which teaches them respect others, play fair, try their best, be healthy and to have fun. The kids then took the Nash pledge and were enrolled into the Nash Club. Nash fun days are held regularly by the JOC and so far more than 2,000 children have taken part.
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