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Olympic Solidarity

The aim of Olympic Solidarity is to provide assistance to all National Olympic Committees (NOCs) for athlete development programmes, in particular those with the greatest needs of it.

 This assistance is achieved through multi-faceted programmes prioritising athlete development, but also training of coaches and sports administrators, and promoting the Olympic values (Olympic charter, rule 5).

2021 Olympic Solidarity annual report
The Olympic Solidarity and NOC Services Annual Report 2021 illustrates how solidarity is at the heart of the Olympic Movement and the NOCs’ activities, and how the Olympic Solidarity and NOC Relations team supported these efforts. It is available in PDF here and as an e-zine version here.

Today’s resources
The development and assistance budget approved by the Olympic Solidary Commission for the 2021-2024 plan amounts to USD 590,000,000, corresponding to the share of the broadcast rights from the Olympic Games (Tokyo 2020 and Beijing 2022) which belongs to the NOCs. Olympic Solidarity redistributes these funds through programmes offered to all NOCs recognised by the IOC.

Source IOC: to read the full article on the IOC Website CLICK HERE

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