Partners

Ministry of Youth and Sports

Ministry of Youth and Sports, Male', Maldives

Ministry of Sports

Ministry of Sports, Sri Lanka

Ministry of Youth and Sports

Ministry of Youth and Sports, Nepal

Ministry of Youth and Sports

Ministry of Youth and Sports, Bangladesh

Bhutan Olympic Committee

Bhutan Olympic Committee, Bhutan

Maldives Olympic Committee

Maldives Olympic Committee is the body responsible for the development of sports within Maldives. It is the international link between Maldivian Sports and international bodies. It is playing a vital role in fighting against eradicating doping in sport in the region. For this reason MOC is fully supportive of the SARADO and hosts the SARADO Office within its complex.

Olympic Council of Asia

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) is the apex sports body controlling the sports in Asia. It is one of the five continental associations recognized by the IOC.

The OCA was formed in 1982 and has its permanent headquarters in Kuwait. The main objective of the Olympic Council of Asia is to develop  sport, culture and education of Asian youth and to promote international respect, friendship, goodwill & peace through sports.

World Anti-Doping Agency

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is the international independent organization created in 1999 to promote, coordinate, and monitor the fight against doping in sport in all its forms.


Composed and funded equally by the sports movement and governments of the world, WADA coordinated the development and implementation of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), the document harmonizing anti-doping policies in all sports and all countries.

iNADO

iNADO is the international member body for National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) and their staff. iNADO promotes best anti-doping practices by NADOs, and is their international voice.

NADOs are at the heart of the anti-doping movement. They do the large majority of anti-doping work world-wide. They protect the right of athletes to clean sport in their own countries and territories, and abroad. They prevent doping, they deter doping and they detect doping. They educate and inform athletes, their coaches and sport doctors, and other support personnel. They collect doping control samples and they conduct results management if a sample returns an atypical or adverse analytical finding. They conduct anti-doping investigations and they prosecute individuals based on anti-doping intelligence.