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SVGVA outlines action plan

SVGVA outlines action plan


The executive of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Volleyball Association (SVGVA) has outlined its Action Plan, aimed at resuscitating the sport here.

Topping the list of priority areas is the revision of the association’s constitution and the establishment of functioning sub-committees within a six-month period.

Also, within a six-month time frame, the SVGVA proposes to develop a database.

The SVGVA, as well, will be pursuing the development of volleyball through the strengthening of the club structure and the Suzanne Leigertwood-Ollivierre-led executive, has mapped out a course for the attainment of such.

Speaking at meet and greet session recently at the St Vincent Grammar School, vice-president of the SVGVA Jomadean May said among the means is to “encourage good governance; facilitate training of coaches and administrators and establish basic guidelines for the operation of clubs”.

May, in his submission, confirmed that the SVGVA will establish and maintain effective communication strategies amongst stakeholders, through the development and maintenance of a website, “social media accounts”, as well as database with contact information.

It is the ambition of the SVGVA, as stated by May, to “attract at least three major sponsors within 18 months”.

The new executive of the SVGVA was elected in full, March 21, this year.