June 22, 2007
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Three New RADOs Established: Central Africa, Eastern Europe and South Asia

The fight against doping in sport continues to expand to new regions of the world with the establishment of three new Regional Anti-Doping Organizations (RADO). The Central African RADO (Zone IV), launched in April 2007, is being hosted by Cameroon, whose government and National Olympic Committee (NOC) have agreed to provide office and staff to coordinate anti-doping development in the region. Belarus will be hosting the new Eastern Europe RADO which was created in March 2007. The Belarus government and NOC have agreed to provide office and staff. In South Asia, a new RADO was established in May 2007, and is being hosted by the Maldives, whose government and NOC will provide the office and staff.

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