Matilda Mwaba

As Executive Director, Trustee and Founder of NOWSPAR, I am proud to share our work and invite you...
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NOWSPAR at NCAA Inclusion Forum

NOWSPAR at NCAA Inclusion Forum

The NCAA Inclusion Forum in La Jolla California, took place on 24th – 26th April, our Executive Director Ms. Matilda Mwaba who is Africa Representative to the IWG was presenting on NOWSPAR’s work.

She presented as part of the IWG Panel at the Forum, the Theme of the Panel was ‘Girls and Women’s Sports Progress: Around the World in 75 minutes’.

Panelists included Carole Oglesby, IWG Co-Chair, Etsuko Ogasawara, Japanese Association for Women in Sport, Kristina Thuree European Women in Sport and Susan Yee, Women and Sport Fiji.

The NCAA Inclusion Forum brings together intercollegiate athletics leaders passionate about improving the educational and…

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UN Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2015

UN Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2015

The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace was celebrated around the world on 6th April 2015. ‘In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 6 April as the International Day of Sports and Physical Activity, to celebrate the contribution of sports and physical activity to education, human development, healthy lifestyles and a peaceful world.’ UNESCO

NOWSPAR participated in this commemoration in two ways, media discussions and a sports event for girls. 

We featured on a Live Radio Program on Metro FM on Wednesday 1st April, where our Advocacy Officer Ms. Mofu Kandondo and Project Assistant Ms. Maketo N’gombe discussed…

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Golden Results at AU Region 5 Judo Games

Golden Results at AU Region 5 Judo Games

Congratulations to the Zambian National Judo Team for their shining performance at the Africa Union Sports Council Region 5 Tournament in Manzini, Swaziland happening this week. They so far have 5 gold medals by Nokutula Banda, Lungowe Chindele, Naomi Zungu, Simon Zulu and Joshua Nyondo and 3 silver medals by Florence Mupeta, Taonga Soko and David Chisenga. These Games are also qualifiers for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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