INEFI seeks to relaunch the School Sports Initiation Centers (CIDE) and School Clubs

The National Institute of Physical Education (INEFI) met this Tuesday with Professor Isaac Ogando, among other regional coordinators, physical education teachers and sports leaders, in order to coordinate actions to relaunch the School Sports Initiation Centers (CIDE) and school clubs.

The activity was headed by Alberto Rodríguez Mella and Franklin Duval, executive director and deputy director of INEFI, who received Professor Ogando, director of CIDE in Bayaguana, as well as several coordinators of the centers in various areas of the country.

In addition to rescuing the initiation centers, Rodríguez Mella revealed that the objective of the meeting is to know the needs and tools of the coordinators, as well as to listen to their proposals with a view to improving school sports in their communities.

Rodríguez Mella praised the work of the members of the CIDE in Bayaguana, highlighting the excellent work that has been carried out in that Monteplatense municipality.

“This way of working is worth imitating and copying in La Vega, San Juan, Moca and other regions that have CIDE centers.”

Meanwhile, Franklin Duval also highlighted the work of teacher Isaac Ogando, who he said has made great efforts to keep school sports advancing in Bayaguana.

Duval reported that President Luis Abinader Corona and the Minister of Education, Ángel Hernández, trust that the CIDE centers and school clubs continue to expand, strengthen and develop throughout the country.

“In this sense, we are preparing and working on the regulations that will allow us to open the schools to the community, to sports clubs, and that our CIDE centers can continue to develop both with sports facilities and educational centers,” he stressed.

Isaac Ogando thanked and praised the initiative of INEFI executives to rescue CIDE, especially in Bayaguana, where he said that “sport is a culture.”

The activity was attended by coordinators of the CIDE centers of Bayaguana, Moca, San Juan de la Maguana, and San Pedro de Macorís, among other representatives of sports clubs in the capital city.

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