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Seminar of sport and infrastructure management

February 26th 2009 Mozambique, Maputo

 

The Seminar was organized by the Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos (Sport Management Association of Mozambique), Comité Olímpico de Moçambique (Olympic Committee of Mozambique) and IASLIM, International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management. It was held on Wednesday, February 26th 2009 at the University Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, Mozambique. All the participants received seminar materials, program of IASLIM and program of International School of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management. Video projection was used during the presentations. Consecutive translation English - Portuguesse and Portuguesse – English, was provided for the lecturers and participants. President of the Olympic Committee of Mozambique Marcelino Macome, open the seminar, welcome the participants and emphasize the importance of transfer of knowledge. The lecturer was Jože Jenšterle, Secretary General of IASLIM. The participants received official certificates.

 

Present

Marcelino Macome, Presidente de Comité Olímpico de Moçambique, Jose Dava, Presidente de Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos, Sport Management Association of Mozambique, Jože Jenšterle, Secretary General of IASLIM, International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management, Penalva Cézar, Secretário Geral de Comité Olímpico de Moçambique, João Raul, Director Executivo de Clube de Desportos da Costa do Sol, Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos, Kátia Gizela do Rosário Levy, Chefe do Laboratório de Engenharia Civil, Universidade Politécnica, Dr. Edmundo Roque Ribeiro, Director Adjunto da Faculdade de Cièncias de Educação Fisica e Desportos, Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos, José Ernesto Mahwaie, DND, National Direction of Sport of Mozambique, Hèlio Danies Masocvane, Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos, Hèlio Adnin Manhique, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Aderito Aurélio Mungoi, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Lopes João Magha, Clube D. Estrela Verma, Eleurio Mutuke, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Albino José Aulambo, Radio Mozambique, Nadia Mondlane, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Paulo T. Saveca, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Edvardo A. Mabota, Sport Club Costa do Sol Maputo, Rabeca C. Costa, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Helio D. Mabewane, Okhaliha, Associação Moçambicana de Gestores Desportivos, Sergio Canji, Sport Club Ferroviario, Nazia Ismael Issufo Salé, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Thuzine Gonçalves Muhanha, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Igilio Zinda, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Sténer Lucas Tome, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, FCEFD, Faculty of science, education and fisical sport, Américo Carlos Pelemse, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, FCEFD, Manuela Iberto Mangave, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, FCEFD, Paulo Ussore Sanango, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, FCEFD, Augusto Teixeira Gocisa, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, FCEFD, Mantinha Mulungo, Fundo Promoçao Desportivo, Naida Baptisto Mondhne, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo, Elbutérito Muhale, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo and Helio Manhigue, Universidade Pedagogica Maputo.

 

Topics

  1. Sport and leisure infrastructure management
  2. Total quality management
  3. Sport and leisure infrastructure in Mozambique
  4. Future development of sport and leisure infrastructure

 

Content and Conclusions

Ad. 1

Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management is a sector of economy and important profession for development of sport and infrastructure. Most important goals of the sector are: sustainable development, efficient social management, new infrastructure technologies and innovative programs. Sport and leisure infrastructure encommpass: facilites, communal infrastructure, water & power supply systems, waste management infrastructure, transport, communication, security and other systems. There are several hundreds of different types of sport and leisure infrastructure (facilities). In different countries they have vriety of legal forms of the sport and leisure management: public institutions, public companies, professional non-profit organizations, municipalities, sport clubs and associations, private companies and other forms. Most important elements of the future development of the sport and leisure infrastructure management are: education programs, professional training, executive consiltancy, standardisation, certification, professional publication and new types of communication.

 

Ad. 2

Total Qualiy Management is important part of the professional planning, building, managing and maintaining the sport and leisure infrastructure. It must be introduced in all proceses which enable high quality of the facilities and services provided in these facilities. Employees must be educated and professional trained to fulfill high international standards and suport the system of providing quality services for the users.

 

Ad. 3

Bigger cities in Mozambique like Maputo, Nampula, Beira, Pemba, Lichinga, Quelimane, Tete and Chimoio, have more developed sport and leisure infrastructure. Sport facilities in smaller cities and around the county are not good. Most of the infrastructure is not properly financed, professionally managed and maintained. Those are the main reasons why sport and leisure facilities are not in good shape and can not provide quality programs and services. This infrastructure can also not provide quality services for school sport education, sport for all, recreation, tourism, events and other programs.

 

The Development Program of the sport and leisure infrastructure in Mozambique must encompass:

  • Network of National and Regional Sport Centers in Mozambique,
  • System (standards) of planning, building, managing and maintaining sport and leisure infrastructure,
  • Catalogue of Sport Centers in Mozambique,
  • Educational program “School of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management” and professional training and executive consultancy programs.

 

Ad. 4

Future development of sport and leisure infrastructure will be based on the following basic elements:

  • reconstructions and modernization of existing sport and leisure facilities and centers,
  • reorganization and renovation of the programs introducing new innovative programs especially for children, women and elderly people.

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