My league attracts 300 schoolgirls in Ashtok
Under the slogan “School sports. Together to promote the values of citizenship”, the regional branch of the Association for the Development of School Cooperation in Chtuk Ait Baha organized the women’s football league “Al-Amal” to help schoolgirls in the primary educational institutions of the region, in cooperation with the Regional Directorate of the Ministry of Public Education and primary education and sports.
More than 300 schoolgirls representing various educational institutions took part in this football event, organized by the Aite Baha Community Stadium.
In this regard, Abdel Aziz Lateef said on behalf of the organizing committee in a statement to Hespress that “The League of Hope aims to encourage the participation of women in football, and this initiative has received a good response and response from students of educational institutions in the Ashtok Ait Baha district, the number of which reached over 300. A student of 24 educational institutions in the primary grades.
He added, “Both the branch of the Association for the Development of School Cooperation of the Chtuka Ait Baha region and the regional office of the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports intend to make this league an annual event, and we are striving to enroll many institutions. participate in upcoming competitions to encourage women’s football training.”
On the other hand, the first edition of the Al-Amal League for female football students became an occasion to identify football talents among girls, with which Abdulaziz Latif called on associations interested in the sports field to “accept these talents” and wished to “create football schools in the region that will be a space for learning and training.” For the benefit of girls and giving them the opportunity to engage professionally.
As for Ibrahim Addar, Regional Director of the Association for the Development of School Cooperation in Chtuka Ait Baha, he felt that the choice of “hope” as the name for this football activity for students comes from “because it represents the first experience at the regional level, and we are delighted to have the honor of having this first organization of its kind in Chtuka Ait Baha.
Adrar added in a statement to Hespress that “this station, organized in connection with International Women’s Day, was a continuation of various activities and quality demonstrations organized by the association in various fields, such as road racing, educational activities and visiting various international and national exhibitions organized by in the Souss-Massa region, as well as theater training and environmental schools.
The head of the regional branch of the Association for the Development of School Cooperation thanked “all the white hands that have contributed and always contribute to the success of such demonstrations.”
The awarding ceremony for the winning students and educational institutions was attended by the regional director of the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, the head of the education department of the Souss-Massa Regional Academy of Education and Training, the heads of departments of the regional directorate, the head of the regional office of the Association for the Development of School Cooperation, as well as educational and administrative structures of participating institutions.