AMMAN (Jordan) - Basketball has seen a significant rise recently in Jordan to become one of the most popular sports in the country. After the impressive achievements by the men's national team of playing in the FIBA Basketball World Cup for the first time in 2010 and again in 2019, the rise is not that big of a surprise.
APIA (Samoa) - Samoa National Basketball Association (SNBA) partnered with the National University of Samoa (NUS) to help integrate basketball into their school calendar activities and continue the grassroots development of basketball in Samoa. The partnership will provide an opportunity for high school and collegiate student-athletes for continuous training and activities throughout the year.
PORT MORESBY (Papua New Guinea) - Despite the complicated situation regarding the Covid-19 pandemic Basketball Federation of Papua New Guinea (BFPNG) is finding ways to promote and develop the game.
Jordan Sere, BFPNG's Hoops For Health Officer accompanied by Hoops For Health volunteer coaches Norma Dobunaba, Apia Muri and Nestor Sape traveled to Daugo island, also known as Fishermans Airfield for a Hoops For Health session.
MUNICH (Germany) - FIBA Europe, supported by the European Union, is launching an exciting new project that will hand opportunities to the next generation of female coaches and referees.
MANILA (Philippines) - Women's basketball has made waves, leaps, and bounds in the recent years. There has been much effort put forth by many sides to continue the progress of women's basketball, especially in the Philippines.
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