Secretary General of the Sierra Leone Volleyball Association (SLVA) Ahmed Khanou who also double as the scribe of the Confederation of Africa Volleyball (CAVB) ON Wednesday departed Freetown to attend the commission meeting in Cairo.
Khanou is expected to present several reports to the commission and amongst which is the quarterly assessment in the implementations of the schools project and the commission is expected to asses work done so far with regards to the said project.
In an exclusive interview with Songhai Sports, Khanou said he will also use the opportunity to plead for the rescheduling of the start date of the project for the three countries that have been affected by the deadly Ebola Virus.
The SLVA scribe further revealed that when full and properly implemented, the outcome of the project will renewed awakening awareness about volleyball in the schools, spot talents between the ages of eight and 12 and encourage them to adopt volleyball as their sport of choice.
He said: “It will also further enhanced the skills of Physical Health Education teachers in schools and identify a pool of at least five hundred talented young athletes that have the potential to graduate to youth teams for double gender in both beach and indoor volleyball.