Just nine days before the 2nd African Youth Games kick off, the Botswana Medical Aid (BOMaid) Society and its group of companies has partnered with the Botswana African Youth Games Organising Committee (BAYGOC) to ensure that the Gaborone2014 (2nd African Youth Games) are a success.
The medical aid company on Tuesday, unveiled over P2 million (P2, 251,075.00) sponsorship out of which is a cash sponsorship of USD 100,000.
As additional sponsorship, BOMaid will also, through the Medical Rescue International (MRI) Emergency Medical Services (EMS), second manpower resources, provide for all ambulance needs (24-hour) to service events, venues, games village, games polyclinic and delegate lodgings.
They will also coordinate resources, that is, a 24-hour seat in the call center with a dedicated coordinating supervisor.
Handing over the sponsorship, BOMaid chairperson, …said they have worked tirelessly through their subsidiary company, South view, to establish how best they could support the national cause from the moment they received invitation to support the games.
In finding how best they could be of best support, the medical company has committed key manpower resources to BAYGOC in the run-up to and for the duration of the games to provide expertise.
The BOMiad-BAYGOC partnership is expected to go a long way in making the Gaborone2014 games a success.
Gaborone2014 games will not only unite the country but improve the state of sport in Botswana.
It is time to deliver.
The moment of reckoning has arrived. Gaborone2014 is set to becoming a defining moment in the history of Botswana. Over 2000 athletes will be competing in 21 sporting codes. Botswana is ready to deliver a memorable sporting spectacular. All stakeholders involved; from BAYGOC, volunteers, affiliates, the business community and Batswana have made substantial contribution towards the youth games.