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Robert Ndjana, President of Africa RADO Zone IV in 2nd RADO Conference in Kuwait
Africa faces challenges in anti-doping efforts

26 Jan 2012
Kuwait: Robert Ndjana, representing eight Central African nations and President of Africa RADO Zone IV, believes the African anti-doping community in general will benefit from the 2nd Regional Anti-Doping Organization Conference in Kuwait.

Visiting Kuwait for the second time, the African administrator said: “All the RADOs are here, and this allows us to know how other RADOs manage their programmes. Problems we have may happen in other regions.”

Mr Ndjana said Africa faced many challenges in the fight against doping, such as making sure that all National Anti-Doping Organizations joined their RADO, controlling out-of-competition testing and implementing education programmes.

“I believe the main priority for RADO in the future is to consolidate the National Anti-Doping Organizations,” he said.

“RADO must have the means and the resources to make the individual NADOs grow, so that each country can manage its own programme.”

The eight countries from Africa RADO Zone IV are Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Sao Tome and Principe.
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