The National Olympic Committee of Zambia (NOCZ) has held a sports administration course for the country's martial arts federation.
The event in Lusaka was attended by 24 participants, including athletes across the various martial arts disciplines.
Zambia Martial Arts Federation (ZAMAF) Executive Board members and representatives from other martial arts bodies were also present.
Background on the Olympic Games, ethics, harassment in sport, anti-doping, communication and risk management were among the main topics covered at the workshop.
NOCZ President Alfred Foloko claimed the workshop was a vital tool for anyone involved in managing, administering and organising sport and sports organisations in the country.
Foloko also thanked the attendees at the event and praised the ZAMAF for taking the initiative to ask for the training course to be held.
"The turnout clearly shows the federation's commitment to improving its governance and administration," the NOCZ President added.