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2nd National Women Games Aims Women Coaches and Officials

Besides the athletes, those behind the scenes such as capable coaches and officials who prove themselves will be absorbed into the Government’s coaching and technical schemes for grooming. “This will help fill the present void in the areas of coaching and officials involving sportswomen in the country,” said Sports Minister,...

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WSFFM receives recognition from United Nations

Women 2000 and Beyond December 2007 Title: Women, gender equality and sport “Promoting participation in sport in Malaysia The Women’s Sports and Fitness Foundation in Malaysia is an NGO established in 1995 to pursue the empowerment of women … The Foundation has established, together with the Ministry of Sport, the...

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Collective voice for women in sports sought

REPRESENTATIVES from five different regions exchanged views on women in sports at the Annual International World Games for Women in Sports meeting in Kuala Lumpur early this month. Co-chairperson of the meeting, Johanna Adriaanse, said the main purpose of the meeting is to have a strategic plan for the new...

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Azalina selected as an ambassador of Women Win

SPORTS Minister, Dato’ Seri Azalina Othman Said (pic), for her tireless efforts for Malaysian women in sport, has been rewarded by being the first Asian woman to be selected as an ambassador of the Women Win organization based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The non-governmental organization (NGO) is the first ever to...

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PERSIDANGAN WANITA DALAM SUKAN ASIA TENGGARA 2006

PERSIDANGAN WANITA DALAM SUKAN ASIA TENGGARA 2006 PERSIDANGAN “SEA Women In Sports – Paradigm Of Change” yang berlangsung di Hotel dan Pusat Persidangan Berjaya Times Square pada 21 hingga 22 September lalu bukan sahaja mendapat sambutan yang menggalakkan dengan jumlah penyertaan yang ramai, tetapi juga berjaya mengumpulkan beberapa tokoh terkemuka...

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Overwhelming response from women

PUTRAJAYA: About 2,500 athletes will participate in the Second National Women’s Games, which will be held in the Klang Valley from June 1-9. The Women Sports and Fitness Foundation Malaysia (WSFFM) executive director, Dr Shamala Subramaniam, said that it was an increase of over 700 from the inaugural Games held...

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