INDONESIA AND SOUTH KOREA JOIN HANDS TO EMPOWER DISABLED ATHLETES
Empowering Disabled Athletes: Indonesia and South Korea's Sports Collaboration.
In a significant stride towards fostering inclusivity in sports, the Indonesian National Paralympic Committee (NPC) has teamed up with Seoul Sports Association for the Differently-abled (SSAD) in South Korea.
The collaboration aims to elevate the achievements of athletes with disabilities and establish state-of-the-art training facilities adhering to international standards.
The MoU signing between NPC Chairman Senny Marbun and SSAD Senior Vice President Hwang Jae Yun took place in Seoul on July 10, 2023, solidifying the partnership.
SSAD is a dedicated association working towards enhancing the quality of life for disabled individuals through sports activities, boasting an advanced training facility that hones the skills of talented athletes promoting disability sports in South Korea.
The MoU outlines several key programs, including bilateral athletes' exchanges, allowing Indonesian athletes to train in South Korea using SSAD's facilities and vice versa.
This dynamic exchange aims to produce high-caliber athletes, empowering Asian countries to excel and compete effectively with European counterparts on the international sports stage.
During his visit to a training ground for athletes with disabilities in Korea, Chairman Marbun expressed admiration for SSAD's advanced facility and sought inspiration for the development of an international-standard training center in Karanganyar, Central Java.
SSAD's Deputy General Manager of Public Relations and Cooperation Department, Jun Hee Sun, warmly welcomed the collaboration between the two nations. The MoU signifies a fundamental relationship, propelling SSAD and NPC to conduct joint international sports exchange activities.
This cooperative effort solidifies the commitment of both parties towards development, implementation, support, and the pursuit of collective sports cooperation for athletes with disabilities.
By nurturing such partnerships, Indonesia and South Korea are set to embrace an era of progress and excellence in disability sports, driving a powerful message of inclusivity and empowerment.#THE S MEDIA #Media Milenial #Sports Collaboration #Disabled Athletes #Inclusivity #Paralympics #Training Facilities #MoU Signing #International Exchange #Disability Sports #NPC #SSAD #Indonesia #South Korea