World Sports Alliance
Intergovernmental Organization​
World Sports Alliance IGO Members
WSA Membership Cost and Main Benefits as a Member State (Sovereign Nation)​
  
1) No accession cost, and no annual contribution or cost of membership.

  •  WSA is a self-funded and self-sustaining organization that does not solicit contributions from its Member States, but derives the funds for its subsistence, operations and social initiative through its commercial business model whereby WSA fosters and/or undertakes industrial and/or commercial revenue generating projects based, principally, on establishing its Public-Private Partnership (“PPP”) Program (“WSA Projects”), in which WSA, as an IGO, constitutes the Public component of the Public-Private Partnership and directs its share of the revenues towards WSA’s achievement of its purpose, mission and sustenance, both within the territory of the Member State participating in the said WSA Project, as well as globally; 

2) The immediate benefit is to participate, as an active Member State of a group of Nations with a shared vision carried out through an Intergovernmental Organization, to work together in good faith on issues of common interest allowing multilateral cooperation and, subject to international law, have the ability to enter into enforceable agreements among themselves or with other states or with the other stakeholders of the Alliance to pursue and achieve Global projects or National projects within their territory: accession cost, and no annual contribution or cost of membership.

  • WSA, an IGO structured as a Global Alliance which, as mentioned above, brings together Ministers of Youth and Sports, International & National Sports Associations and Federations, National Olympic committees, etc., to achieve its mission of designing, building, implementing and sustaining sports, cultural, social, community and health infrastructures within the territory of its Member States, as well as to create and dispense Sports, Physical Education & Leisure (SPEL) and SDG Training Programs for at-risk youth, adapted to each population’s specific culture, to facilitate the achievement of the SDGs, with the vision that, by educating the youth, at an early stage, in Sports, Physical Activities and in the SDGs, popular culture and attitudes will evolve leading to the achievement of the SDGs, thus contributing towards the building of a just, humane and equitable society well-connected with its environment and in full respect at its home, the Earth.
  
3) One of the direct benefits for the Member State joining WSA, is the creation, in collaboration with WSA and under the leadership of the National WSA focal point representative in this WSA Member State, of its National Centre of Excellence in Physical Education Sports and Leisure-SDGs (NCEPESL-SDGs), including the negotiation for the implementation of the Master Framework Training and Coaching Plan adapted to the needs and requirements of the Member State based on the four (4) Programs of the World Centre of Excellence as above mentioned, to design and implement extracurricular youth training and educational programs and a network of youth community sports centers within the territory of the Member State.

4) Within the two (2) first years of voluntary accession to the IGO and the WSA Member State’s proactive participation, WSA, in collaboration with technology partners and operators from around the world, who use environmentally responsible technologies to promote clean industrial activities, drive employment, improve economic conditions within a sanitary environment, with a view to increasing productivity and quality of life, will undertake the deployment and realization of various WSA Projects consisting of industrial infrastructure and commercial projects contemplated or desired by the Member State, thru a bilateral cooperation JV agreement between WSA and the Member State, establishing “For Profit” WSA Project(s), where the revenue shared by and between the public and private partners for each WSA Project, developed as a PPP or otherwise, will provide the funding and financing for the deployment of the WSAIGO’s Socio-Economic Initiative within the territory of the Member State.

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Deployment of the WSA Socio-Economic Initiative consisting of designing, building, implementing and sustaining Sports, Physical Education, Medical Fitness, Cultural, Social, Community and Health Infrastructures, including but not limiting to a network of youth community sports centers within the territory of the Member State.