The partners of "International Sport Youth Camps" met in Rovinj
Health Life Academy, serving as both the host and coordinating organization for the project, welcomed project partners from across Europe, including AiCS (Italy), ASKÖ (Austria), TUL (Finland), Kalev (Estonia), and HOCSH (Greece). In this project, CSIT serves as a supervisor for the design, preparation and submission of the application.
See more about the CSIT project supervision agreement HERE.
The meeting day at the end of January commenced with a visit to the facilities that will soon host camp participants. The morning agenda included visits to the accommodation venues and the sports infrastructure, which encompasses a football field and sports halls. This tour set the stage for a productive day of discussions and planning.
In the afternoon, the partners sat together for a meeting, to discuss the progress and status quo about the upcoming International Youth Sports Camps. Health Life Academy took the lead by presenting the draft schedule and activities that would form the backbone of the camp's immersive experience. This laid the groundwork for open discussions among partners who shared insights, proposed additional camp activities, and collectively brainstormed to enhance the overall program. One of the main points of the meeting was the status update on registered participants for the upcoming camp.
To wrap up the meeting, as the project coordinator, Health Life Academy walked the partners through the next steps and outlined crucial deadlines to ensure the seamless execution of the camp at the end of March.
However, it wasn't all business; as tradition dictates, the meeting was connected with a city tour, offering participating project partners the chance to absorb the vibe of Rovinj and also bond together even more.
22. january 2024 / EU Projects News