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Under the State Department’s Empowering Women and Girls through Sports Initiative, the Gulf Nations Volleyball Visitor Program brought 10 female volleyball coaches from Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, and Yemen to the U.S. for activities focused on the development of sports programs for women and girls.
In November 2012, Sports Diplomacy brought five South Sudanese coaches to the U.S. for a 10-day dynamic people-to-people exchange focused on developing youth basketball programs in the country.
Sports Diplomacy tipped off 2013 with the first-ever State Department Burmese sports visitor program.
Sports Diplomacy brought five coaches to the U.S. from South Sudan for a dynamic people-to-people exchange focused on creating opportunities for young South Sudanese to play basketball.
The first sports visitor program brought Russian volleyball players and coaches to Southern California for a beach volleyball.
Working with the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, the U.S. State Department organized a dynamic taekwondo sports program.
Kazakhstan Sitting Volleyball Team Comes to the U.S.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs hosted a Russian delegation of 18 youth hockey players and their coaches, who participated in the first-ever ice hockey exchange between the two countries.
Empowering Women and Girls Through Sport