Olympic Solidarity

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The following has been sourced from https://www.olympic.org/olympic-solidarity the Samoan Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee acknowledges the ownership entirely
The Aim of Olympic Solidarity is to organise assistance for all the National Olympic Committees (NOCS), Particularly those with the greatest needs, THROUGH MULTI-FACETED PROGRAMMES prioritising athlete development, training of coaches and sports administrators, and promoting the Olympic Ideals (OLYMPIC CHARTER, RULE 5)

 

TODAY’S RESOURCES

The development and assistance budget approved by the Olympic Solidary Commission for the 2013-2016 quadrennial plan amounts to USD 439,870,000, corresponding to the share of the broadcast rights from the Olympic Games (London and Sochi) which belongs to the NOCs. Olympic Solidarity redistributes these funds through programmes offered to all NOCs recognised by the IOC.

For the 2009-2012 quadrennial plan, 10,000 NOC activities were supported worldwide by Olympic Solidarity, including 2,100 scholarships for athlètes, 1,300 training courses for coaches and sports administrators, and 650 initiatives to promote the Olympic values.

A LONG HISTORY

Olympic Solidarity was created more than 50 years ago in order to assist newly independent countries, particularly in Asia and Africa, to develop their own structures to favour the expansion of sport at national level.

Roles and Responsibilites

The Olympic Solidarity Commission is responsbile for defining the main course of action and managing the actitivities of the Olympic Solidarity International Office in Lausanne. This office takes care of all operational aspects of the implementation of the programmes and cooperates with five continental offices within the continental associations, as well as with the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC).

 

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The Samoan Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee is bound by the Olympic and Commonwealth Charter. It also operates according to a strategic plan and prepares an Annual Report.

Constitution

PDF of the constitution

Annual Reports

List of past annual reports

Olympic Charter

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Commonwealth Charter

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Strategic Plan/Statement of Purpose

PDF of the Strategic Plan

Olympic Solidarity  

 

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The full list of all staff and their contact details

Chief Executive Officer – Faamausili Taiva Ah Young

Administration

Fusi Coffin – Receptionist , Records and National Federations

Sports Co-ordinator’s

Tagifano Soonalole – Upolo

Tuna Matalavea – Savia’I

Finance

Angalelei – Secretary and Finance

Training and Development Officers

Tuala Mathew Vaea

SASNOC Commissions

Athletes Commission – information

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The SASNOC Board comprises a President, and 13 members elected by the Annual General Meeting, with elections occurring every four years.

The current SASNOC Board members are:

Patrick Fepulea’i – President

 

Lefau Harry Schuster – Vice President

 

Aualiitia Talima Fouina Milford – Vice President

 

Talalelai Pauga – Treasurer

 

Talalelai Pauga – Secretary General (interim) 

 

Other Board Members:

Seiuli Fiu Peni Asi
Lupematasila Sam Te’o
Mu’aausa Joseph Walter
Tuala Oli
Leasi John Galuvao
Tuaopepe Jerry Wallwork
Kerrie Punivalu
Tagifano Soonalole