Special Report on Malawi National Paralympic on 27th July at the Bingu National Stadium (BNS) in Lilongwe
The Malawi Paralympic Committee (MPC) hosted the first ever Malawi National Paralympic on 27th July, under the theme “Developing Elite Para Sport at national Level”. The First Malawi Para Games took place at the magnificent Bingu National Stadium (BNS) in Lilongwe, the Capital City.
The games were further held in order to help promote inclusion of people with disability in all sporting activities. The Malawi Para Games are a symbol of unity and inclusivity. The games are an embodiment of Malawi nations commitment to breaking barriers and creating society where everyone can participate and thrive.
Malawi Paralympic Committee contributes to the overall development and growth of Para Sports in Malawi, as well as recreation sport, as such the purpose of the Para Games is creating opportunities for disabled individuals to excel in their chosen sports disciplines.
The games created a lot of excitement to MPC as well as several stakeholders. Being the first ever games, MPC was cautiously nervous. The games created a chance for MPC to practice holding its first ever important national event, where athletes and managers would all be given a chance to showcase their abilities.