Handball federation launches national coaches program in Nairobi
The Handball Federation of Kenya has launched a project for the development of the National Sports System at Strathmore University and International Handball Federation (IHF) appointed lecturer Zoltán Marczinka from Hungary is currently in the country to conduct the IHF Level C coaching course.
The Project sponsored by the Olympic Solidarity program through the National Olympic Committee of Kenya, has seen a total of 28 coaches with level C coaching courses from Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda. The program becomes the first of its kind to be held in the region and is scheduled to run for eight days with an aim to help develop a comparatively uniform coaching system for handball in the country.
“This marks the start of new levels of handball coaching in the country. This training is very important for the development of the game in the country. We are aiming to harmonize the coaching system and structures in the country to play the same handball.