The social, health and economic benefits of activating under 15s are significant, and are compounded over lifetimes and between generations:
The schools Challenge: participation of 19 schools, 2 cities (Riyadh and Hufuf), 1441 participants.
200 participants and volunteers in the race from different grades in a global competition from different schools.
Different sports activities and competitions to encourage students to become more physically active. 2276 participants, 276 teachers, 29 schools. Teachers were trained on integrating different activities within PE classes through this program. 11 Federations participated including: Tennis, Volleyball, Taekwondo, Athletics, Karate, Table Tennis, Basketball, Archery, Cycling, Bowling and Football.
By 2020, 64% of U15s participate in sports and physical activity once a week.
By 2020, 20% of U15s participate in more than 1 organized sports outside of school.
By 2020, 5% of U15s meet WHO guidelines of exercising 60 mins/day
By 2020, 19% of parents participate in sports once a week.
Summer camps and leagues, capacity building programs for teachers and coaches, Parents’ targeted programs
With government stakeholders who serve the same segment, facilities for youth, and international organizations who have succeeded in serving this segment, other sports federations.
to enable and encourage U15s to participate in sports.
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