The Alliance is owned by the governments of its member nations, which have the ultimate decision-making power within the organization on all matters, including policy, financial or membership issues. Member-States govern the Alliance through the General Assembly which makes all major decisions for the organization.
Alliance Membership is open to all. Per its voluntary membership process any Country and State/Province may join and become a member of the Alliance. Under the the Alliance Charter, Member-States have no obligation to make any monetary contribution and their obligations are to :
(i) comply with the Alliance Charter, Regulations and Decisions of the Alliance;
(ii) supply, data required for the proper implementation of the Alliance initiatives, duties and objectives within their respective territories;
(iii) enter into a Master Framework Country Convention and Host Site Agreement and;
(iv) support at least one (1) specific Alliance Venture and/or PPP Project in order to finance the Alliance Initiative in their territory.
The Alliance Fully-Fledged Member State status are granted to Member States of the United Nations that are in good standing, that have signed the UN Millennium Declaration, that adhere to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Program and that are not in conflict or subject to suspension by the U.N or under International Sanction.
The Alliance Associate Member status are granted to Intergovernmental Organization (IGO) that do not have an associated governmental status.
Alliance Associate Members have no voting rights at the General Assembly meeting, however, they may obtain the right to speak or to provide recommendations to the General Assembly that, if accepted may result in declarations or resolutions of the General Assembly.
The Alliance Observer Member status are granted to Non-Governmental Organization (NGO).
Alliance Observer Members have no voting rights, nor can they submit recommendations, however, they may obtain the right to speak at the General Assembly meeting.
Today, the Alliance counts 34 Fully-Fledged Member-States who collectively own and determine Alliance policies.
The Alliance 3 Founding Member-States
Le Royaume du Maroc 5/29/2007
The Dominican Republic 5/4/2007
La République du Niger 5/7/2007
The Republic of Zambia 6/9/2007
The Republic of Uganda 7/30/2007
République de Guinée 8/3/2007
La République du Bénin 9/24/2007
The Republic of Panama 9/24/2007
La République du Sénégal 10/31/2007
La République du Burkina Faso 12/24/2007
La République du Togo 12/31/2007
La République de Centrafrique 1/25/2008
La République de Côte d’Ivoire 2/3/2008
The Republic of Chile 5/8/2008
The State of Rio Grande do Norte 5/30/2008
The State of Gauteng 7/17/2008
La République du Congo 8/20/2008
La République d’Haïti 9/29/2008
La République de Madagascar 10/5/2008
The Republic of Liberia 10/21/2008
The Republic of Costa Rica 10/30/2008
La République Démocratique du Congo 12/16/2008
La République du Tchad 2/14/2009
La République du Burundi 3/25/2009
The Autonomous Community of Catalonia 5/17/2009
The Republic of Rwanda 9/7/2009
The Republic of Ghana 7/7/2010
La République du Mali 5/30/2011
La République Tunisienne 12/17/2012
Antigua and Barbuda 9/29/2012
The Republic of Sierra Leone 2/25/2013
The Republic of Yemen 7/30/2013
République de Guinée Bissau 9/27/2013
The People’s Republic of Bangladesh 11/17/2019
Dr. N’Zebela Togba PIVI, Director of the National Center of Excellence of Guinea
It is with great enthusiasm that the Alliance has appointed Dr. N’Zebela Togba PIVI as the Director National Center of Excellence of Guinea to implement the national Strategic Development Plan of Guinea and to co-manage the NCE and each ESLs with the Ministry of Sports.
Dr. PIVI has been a firm supporter of the Alliance Initiative in his country and the Focal Point for the Alliance in Guinea since September 2007. He accompanied the Alliance in its bilateral relations and prepared four missions that lead to the adhesion of Guinea, the signature of a Country Convention and a Host Site Agreement with the Alliance.
Dr. PIVI is currently National Director of Sports and Physical Activities at the Ministry of Sports. He obtained his doctorates in pedagogical sciences and philosophy at the Higher Institute of Sciences of Education and Sports of Cuba. He is the author of several research papers and publications. For ten years he was the Director General of the National Institute of Youth, Physical Education and Sports.
Dr. PIVI has participated and organized many youth and sports events. His collaboration with Cuba allowed him to develop skills in the Olympics, the organization and the national administration of sports. He took part in the work of the CONFEJES advisory committee, which lead to the beginning of the collaboration with the Alliance. He has led numerous courses, workshops, seminars and conferences including the training of sports administrators, the sports market, the challenges of African sports, the preparation of athletes, doping, etc.