QBVA NEWSLETTER No.1 2013 .pdf


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Qatar Beach Volleyball
Academy
V O L U M E

The National Vision
aims at transforming
Qatar into an advanced country by
2030, capable of
sustaining its own
development and
providing for a high
standard of living for
all of its people for
generations to come.

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I S S U E

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In which CONTEXT QBVA is implemented
Qatar National Vision 2030
« QNV 2030 »;
« QNV 2030 builds on a society
that promotes justice, benevolence and equality. It embodies the principles of the Permanent Constitution, which protects public and personal
freedoms, promotes moral and
religious values and traditions,
and guarantees security, stability and equal opportunities. »

National Development Strategy for the State of Qatar
2011–2016;
« The National Strategy deepens our commitment to increasing the well-being of all Qatari
citizens and lays out a carefully
designed program for how to
continue providing the best
education and healthcare as
well as social protection and
employment opportunities in a
prosperous, stable and secure
society that nurtures its members and preserves and protects
family cohesion.»

INSIDE THIS
ISSUE:

Context

1

Qatar BV History’s
Time Line

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QBVA Philosophy

2

QBVA Strategic
Domains

3

QBVA Services

4

QVA & QBVA
Contacts

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Sport Sector Strategy 2011–
2016;
«Qatar will continue to place
emphasis on sport, especially to
meet the challenges presented
by a rapidly increasing and
youthful population, cultural
change and more affluent lifestyles. Like many developed societies, Qatar’s health system is
challenged by the cost of treating chronic preventable diseases borne from sedentary
lifestyles and a lack of physical
activity. The increasing prevalence of obesity leading to hypertension, heart disease and
diabetes, requires a whole-ofgovernment strategy starting
with physical education and
training in childhood, traversing
through rigorous sports activity
in adulthood and culminating in
moderate physical activity at
older ages.»

Qatar Beach Volleyball History’s Time Line
The project was initiated in 2001 and
locates in the Dana Club on Doha
Cornishe. The project included a
4,000-seat stadium, four courts,
offices and meeting rooms as well as
a parking. The actual area is dedicated to Al-Sharq Hotel and SPA.
In 2004, the request was reformulated to build a beach volleyball facility
in Doha or Al-Khor or Al-Wakra, but
our request was vain because the
entire coast returned in the rehabilitation project of the Cornishe.

In the aftermath of the Asian
Games 2006, we negotiated with
the decision makers of Aspire
Zone to continue to use temporary beach volleyball venue, but
our request was rejected because the plans on this area
should be a park from 2008.
In 2010 QOC approved the construction of a beach volleyball
permanent venue into perspective of the Arab Games Doha2011, which would be a legacy
for QVA and Beach Volleyball in
Qatar.

January 2012 was the official date
of receiving the infrastructure “Al
-Gharrafa Beach Volleyball Venue” to be at the complete disposal of the QVA.
November 2012 “Qatar Beach
Volleyball Academy Project” is
approved by the QOC which gives
him an annual operating budget
to promote and develop beach
volleyball in Qatar and the region.
The project “QBVA” is totally
aligned with SSS. 2011-2016.

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QBVA Philosophy
iQatar Beach Volleyball Academy (QBVA) system of instruction is aiming to deliver
several services in order to promote and develop Beach Volleyball in Qatar and
the region. QBVA also aim to prepare a new generation of Players to be in the
world's top players. The success will not be by accident. It will take years of hard
work, planning, monitoring, evaluating and setting goals to help each player reach
his or her full potential. It also demands a commitment to the QBVA Creed on the
part of the athlete and the coach.
As a staff we feel that it is our Mission to be regarded as the most successful and
innovative academy in the region. We want to continue to be the measuring stick
by which all other beach volleyball academies worldwide are compared.
We have created a Visionary institution, determined to develop each and every player
to his or her full potential on and off the court. Yes, we will built champions, but we
are more interested in helping our players grow not only as athletes but also as

“Beach Volleyball is
our sport, our passion,
our community – we
inspire Citizens and
Expatriates to embrace
Beach Volleyball for
Life”

We aim to lead the
development of all
elements of Beach
Volleyball in Qatar and
the Region”

QBVA Mission
Qatar Volleyball
Association and
its Beach Volleyball Committee together aim to build Qatari's
position in elite beach volleyball, a continental and regional leader in our approach to the
game and the results we achieve. We also
aim to make beach volleyball the ‘game for
everyone’ – a sport that is accessible and
enjoyable for male and female Citizens and
Expatriates of all ages and backgrounds.

QBVA Values

QATAR



Leadership



Engagement (Excellence)



Recognition



Teamwork



Partners Focus.

BEACH

VOLLEYBALL

QBVA Vision
Achieving this
Vision
will
require
the
collective efforts of the Qatarian Volleyball and
Beach Volleyball Community. This Community includes the leading administrative bodies – Qatar
Volleyball Association and its partners – volleyball
clubs, recreational clubs and schools throughout
the country. It encompasses volleyball and beach
volleyball players and coaches, from our national
teams through to beginners and club players. All
members of the community have a part to play.

VOLUME

1,

ISSUE

1

QBVA’s STRATEGIC DOMAINS

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QBVA Services
Service

Service Name

Customers

Service
No.1

« Beach Volleyball Training Camps, Group & Individual Lessons »

Local and Foreign Individuals, Teams
and Clubs

Service
No.2

« Open Doors for Communities resident in Qatar »

Residents and Expatriates of Qatar

Service
No.3

« Beach Volleyball Training Kids Centers »
«Baby Beach Volleyball Program»

Clubs – Educational Institutions

Service
No.4

«Daily Training Sessions »

Private and Public Clubs - Enterprises

Service
No.5

« National and Local Sports Events »

Clubs – Organizations - Institutions

Service
No.6

« Training – Courses - Seminars – Conferences – Exhibitions »

Sport Sector – All Sports Movement
actors

Service
No.7

« International Events »

QOC – FIVB – QVA – BVB Actors

Service
No.8

« Analysis – Tests – Statistics – Sports Research Laboratory»

Federations – Clubs – Educational Institutions

Service
No.9

« Communication Network »

Sport Movement and Beach Volleyball
Actors

Service
No.10

« Sales of Beach Volleyball and Derivative Products »

Sport Movement and Beach Volleyball
Actors

QATAR VOLLEYBALL
ASSOCIATION
Indoor Hall 1st Floor
Al Mishaal St. Al Salata Al Jadeeda, PO Box
6522
DOHA
Qatar
Phone: +974 4455 46 59
Fax: +974 4455 46 58
E-mail: volleyball@olympic.qa
E-mail : kalmawlawi@qf.org.qa
E-mail : m-benhamida@qatarbeachvolleyball.com
Website : www.qbva.org
Website: www.qatarbeachvolleyball.com


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