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ITTF Foundation in partnership with Pro Sport Development launch the Table Tennis for Development’ (TT4D) Handbook, as part of the collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Development Cooperation/GIZ on behalf of Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung/BMZ). This handbook provides content to demonstrate using table tennis to achieve specific UN Sustainable Development Goals in local, community-level contexts.

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Originally hailing from Falougha in Lebanon, Mayssa was a former Lebanese table tennis champion who competed in many international championships. She coordinated several table tennis projects which contributed to the increase of female participation in table tennis across Lebanon.

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The ITTF Foundation has launched its Strategic Plan for 2022-2025 with four strategic priority areas: Programmes, Organisation & Governance, Promotion, and Fundraising & Partnerships. This outlines the Foundation’s strategy, priorities, and organisational growth for the next three years, while some of the included actions have already been implemented during 2022. These four strategic priorities will be underpinned by 7 goals, 26 objectives, and 27 actions and key indicators.

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2022 has been a stimulating year for us at the ITTF Foundation. This year has seen many challenges to progress on equality, justice, peace, and conflict resolutions in some countries and territories. However, together with the table tennis family, we have shown our solidarity and resilience to bring the peace-making power of table tennis through the 2022 World Table Tennis Day celebration, themed ‘Peace on the table’.

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As part of the fundraising campaign, the ITTF Foundation commenced its Table Tennis Corporate Cup on 5 December 2022, in Amman, Jordan.

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The ITTF Foundation is seeking to commission the development of a handbook/toolkit for coaches, small-scale event organisers, and youth demonstrating exercises, sessions, and case studies using table tennis for sustainable development, focusing on table tennis acts for the planet and climate awareness. This resource will be launched ahead of World Table Tennis Day (WTTD) 2023 with the theme “Think Sustainably, Act Now”.

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Hope Kwa Vijana Mtaani, initiated by Vision Changers Kenya, is one of the Dream Building Fund 2021 projects. The three-year project aims to reach 1,000 reformed youths and Juveniles to constructively use their time while reducing stress, enhancing social development, and increasing employment opportunities. They integrate table tennis as a rehabilitation tool and crime prevention strategies for juvenile offenders.

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ASA Foundation, one of the six recipients of the Dream Building Fund powered by GSD, targets four pillars of sustainability: human, social, economic, and environmental, in their initiative, Table Tennis for Education.

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