The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) have said that the country is ready to host the annual School Mini Olympics in March.
BOC general secretary Abdulrahman Askar claimed the governing body, with assistance from the Education Ministry, "will leave no stone unturned" in their organisation of the upcoming event, which is held annually to help develop sport in Bahrain.
He added that the event is designed to discover promising athletes in various sports, promote Olympic values, encourage exercise among young people and to expand sports in a suitable environment.
During the meeting, Askar also decided on the formation of various Committees for this year's Mini Olympics.
These include the Technical Committee, Medical Support Committee, Information Technology Committee, Media Committee, Sports Facilities, Finance Committee, Services Committee and Activities Support Committee.
This year's event will be the fifth edition of the School Mini Olympics with more than 2,000 students from state and private schools expected to take part.
Sports included on the programme are football, 3x3 basketball, volleyball, handball, table tennis, athletics, cricket, hockey, aquatics, gymnastics, taekwondo, jiu-jitsu and karting.
The event will take place from March 8 to 22.
Bahrain has also announced plans for a "Baby Games", for children as young as two, in April.