Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High Performance programme embraces a truly holistic approach to the support it provides to athletes.

To support this and the Athlete Wellbeing & Lifestyle Performance initiative, SINIS is inviting a range of potential partners to a Community Engagement partnership event.

The event is scheduled for 4:30pm for 5pm start, Wednesday 19th January 2022 at the SINIS High Performance Office, Ranadi (Opposite Golf Club).

The focus of the partnership event is on introducing details of the HP programs with a special focus on the Wellbeing and Lifestyle Performance program, providing an opportunity for networking and identifying potential partners who may wish to collaborate on range of mutually beneficial programs.

“This event is open for organisations, where we are providing an opportunity to promote what we offer, and get to learn the core business of the invited organisations with the aim to consider mutually beneficial partnerships as we roll out our trainings, workshops and seminars,” WLP Coordinator Roslyn Bibimauri said.

She said there will be opportunities for interested organisations to partner in programs that focuses on a holistic approach to wellbeing, which includes areas in leadership, personal development, beliefs & behaviours, dual career and biopsychosocial.

SINIS High Performance Executive Director, Aaron Alsop, is positive about the event. “We have conducted similar events in the past in other parts of the Pacific and I’m always encouraged to see how willing organisations are to connect, share ideas and invest in something that will have significant impact on the community.

“We have not seen a program like this in the Solomon Islands before but we won’t stop the right people who see the same vision we do for our young people. Ultimately, the chance to link their brand with ours, where sport provides a platform for young people to succeed and thrive in life and sport, is going to attract a lot of positive attention from the NGO and business community.”

These will include the engagement of Government agencies, non – Government Organizations (NGO), Communities, Churches and other development partners for progressing opportunities for athletes in the Solomon Islands.

Source: SINIS Media