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Iranian archer wins individual SportAccord award /video/irans-zahra-nemati-individual-winner-2013-spirit-sport-awards /sites/default/files/images/130529153504942_paralympic_130529153501682.jpg 3oL17KvGJIA
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Youth Para Snow Circuit /video/slippery-slope-success-disabled-youngsters /sites/default/files/images/130318163140715_paralympic_130318163137564.jpg yPIUvg8Dv-8
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Agitos Foundation The launch of the International Paralympic Committee's development arm /video/agitos-foundation /sites/default/files/images/120904181122876_paralympic_120904181119897_1.jpg OPcf9N57Oew
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Flying Start Low Cost Racing Chair launched by Agitos Foundation /video/flying-start-low-cost-racing-chair-agitos-foundation-and-motivation /sites/default/files/images/120904181626905_paralympic_120904181623083_0.jpg uMnDd56saJs
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Agitos Foundation Youth Workshop, Rwanda The 2012 Agitos Foundation Youth Workshop in Rwanda opened on Monday (13 February) in Kigali with the aim of training participants to develop and implement a Paralympic Youth Sport Programme in their own countries. /video/agitos-foundation-youth-workshop-rwanda /sites/default/files/images/120423183942203_Rwanda_120423183939286.jpg aPBzAPD5U2M
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IPC Regional Training Camp in Zambia Southern African Paralympic Committees gathered in Zambia in October 2011 to exchange ideas on how to progress to the top. /video/international-paralympic-committee-regional-training-camp-zambia /sites/default/files/images/120120162645193_Zambia_120120162643477_0.jpg scpM20DHcKw
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Sir Philip Craven "We should be proud of our achievements" says President as IPC turns 25 Sir Philip Craven puts the IPC’s success down to all those within the Paralympic Movement. /news/we-should-be-proud-our-achievements-says-president-ipc-turns-25 /sites/default/files/images/140311115704422_Sir%2BPhilip_477111561.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Sit skier going down a slope leans to his left Snow Sports NZ hold talent identification camp The three day camp, in association with the Agitos Foundation, was held at Turoa ski field in New Zealand and saw the appearance of two of New Zealand’s winter Paralympic stars. /news/snow-sports-nz-hold-talent-identification-camp /sites/default/files/images/20140912/140616092459050_SOC_140314_154811_MH_06203.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Group shot of women (standing and in wheelchairs) in front of a white wall. WoMentoring mentor and mentee make great progress Anne Walufa Strike, a Kenyan-born wheelchair racer, mentors Georgian National Paralympic Committee vice president Tinatin Revazishvili through the Agitos Foundation’s WoMentoring programme. /news/womentoring-mentor-and-mentee-make-great-progress /sites/default/files/images/20140922/140513135657925_P1000271small.jpg
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A group of people pose in front of an Agitos Foundation pull-up Youth coordinators show incredible progress A group of coordinators from African countries have reported on how they have developed athletes for national teams. /news/youth-coordinators-show-incredible-progress /sites/default/files/images/140904100303975_Rwanda%2Byouth%2Bproject.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Agitos at London Grant Support Programme to fund 28 para-sport projects in 2014 The International Paralympic Committee’s development arm, the Agitos Foundation, on Wednesday (23 July) announced that 28 IPC Member organisations from around the world will receive EUR 650,000 of funding through the second edition of its hugely successful Grant Support Programme. /news/grant-support-programme-fund-28-para-sport-projects-2014 /sites/default/files/images/20140404/130828152710090_150867416.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Sylvana Mestre with IPC Development Camp graduates Marie Bochet and Jasper Balcaen Future faces of skiing revealed in snow circuit video The conclusion of the first IPC European Youth Para Snow Sport Youth Circuit, which included over 50 young skiing hopefuls from across Europe, is being celebrated with a video. /news/future-faces-skiing-revealed-snow-circuit-video /sites/default/files/images/130226163431641_Sylvana.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Professional ChangeMaker From volunteer to professional ChangeMaker ChangeMakers: Namibian Ambrose Trust Mutongomanya was inspired by his experience of volunteering within para-sport to make a difference through his company when in full-time work. /feature/volunteer-professional-changemaker /sites/default/files/images/140331221748877_20130216_135035.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Ghana ChangeMakers Ghana ChangeMaker helps parents, children through sport Francis Amedor from the Ghana Society for the Physically Disabled has helped to establish new projects, in partnership with the Danish Paralympic Committee, which have helped children and their parents not only to play sport but with equipment, legal rights and equality for people with impairments. /feature/ghana-changemaker-helps-parents-children-through-sport /sites/default/files/images/20140331/140331220306471_BAAS.mainpicture_612.JPG
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Sport 4 Socialisation Zimbabwe Sport fights discrimination in Zimbabwe An innovative project, Sport 4 Socialisation, uses sport to break down barriers and perceptions of ability in Zimbabwe. /feature/sport-fights-discrimination-zimbabwe /sites/default/files/images/140331115819362_SAM_0182.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Football for all in Vietnam Football gives Vietnamese youth ‘confidence, strength’ ChangeMakers: Ngo Huu Ky Phong shows how an accessible football project is helping Vietnamese children to develop skills as well as character. /feature/football-gives-vietnamese-youth-confidence-strength /sites/default/files/images/20140331/140331113811356_3.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Nepal para-table tennis Para-table tennis bridges social gaps in Nepal ChangeMakers: One Nepalese citizen decided to use para-table tennis as way of raising awareness of para-sport and impairments through a new national association. /feature/para-table-tennis-bridges-social-gaps-nepal /sites/default/files/images/140330164419830_Nepal%2Btable%2Btennis%2B2.mainpicture_612.jpg
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Amalia Perez Ones to Watch main picture Mexican blogger takes initiative ChangeMakers: Efren Andres Galvan Rangel decided to establish his own website and Facebook page to keep Mexicans informed about para-sport in their own language. /feature/mexican-blogger-takes-initiative /sites/default/files/images/20140924/130402114151884_Amalia-Perez.jpg
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