NEWS | 05/08/2019The project is set to benefit over 150 children aged between five and 17.
The socio-sporting school is run in collaboration with the Itaka Foundation, which belongs to the Piarist Fathers religious order and Liberville's San José Calasanz School. Over 10 male and female coaches attended the training sessions to kick-start a project which is set to benefit over 150 children aged between five and 17, who are split into three age groups.
In order to promote the participation of girls and boost gender integration, the school has initially begun its operations with basketball, which is a sport boasting many fans in the country. In addition to the sporting activities, participants are given the chance to attend school support classes, workshops about new technology, urban summer camps and other sporting activities, such as swimming and walking.