Creating a sport-developed society and making boxing sport an accessible and popular competition, the only way to generate more citizens for this sport competition is to give awareness about the sport from young children to adults, so that citizens can have a healthy and well-balanced body.
To raise the number of professional boxers in the world by raising the boxing sport and competition from the current level to a modern level. Upgrading the remaining African boxers to compete with technology
who resides in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada has been appointed as the WABA Commissioner to Ethiopia and Canada. Bereh who is a Canadian of Ethiopian ethnicity and leads African Canadian International Sports Association (ACISA).
The Canadian Bareh was a star boxer in both Ethiopia and Canada and cut teeth with the North Americas sports environment.
The appointment of Bareh comes on the heels of WABA’s gigantic efforts to expand its horizon in all continents of the world. Among Bereh’s many responsibilities as the WABA Commissioner is to establish WABA’s Africa’s office headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia also known as the Capital of African Union (AU).
Solomon Bereh is an accomplished scholar having studied at the University of Alberta, Canada and earned Degree in Physical Education, Sports and Recreation Management and is a mover who has promoted a number of boxing events in both Canada and Ethiopia.
Meanwhile, the African Canadian International Sports Association (ACISA) has become an associate member of WABA. ACISA is an international sports entity that regulates and administers the African Canadians diaspora. This is the third sports body to join WABA after the East & Central Africa Professional Boxing Federation (ECAPBF) which boasts member associations from Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Burundi and DR Congo respectively.