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While launching the plan, Duexmann also revealed that all Uganda sports administrators led by state sports minister Charles Bakkabulindi, sports commissioner Omara Apitta, National Council of sports chairman Bosco Onyik and Uganda Olympic Committee President William Blick will be travelling to German for a one-week study tour from May 20 to 27 this month.
The study is to be sponsored by the Germany Embassy. The German technical expert to Uganda, Gunter Lange will travel with the team to visit the various sports facilities.
They team will also study how the Germany Olympic Committee and National Sports Council joined to form the German Olympic Sports Confederation, and the benefits of that merger.
Duexmann noted that the study is aimed at strengthening the bilateral relations between the two countries and to borrow a leaf from the Germany’s organisational programme on how to manage and develop sports in Uganda to the international level.
“We are looking at helping build capacity in sports administration as the only key to better results and success,” said Duexmann.