Logic of insertion of the practice of physical and sports activities in a telecommunications company in mali: dynamics and constraints


  • Abdoulaye Doumbia
  • Mamadou Aliou Barry
  • Mahamadou Namory Keita
  • Souadou Diallo




sports activities, telecommunications Companies, employees and physical education


In purpose to define a strategic direction for implementation of a program of physical education within companies of Mali, this study has objective to identify the needs of the employes in of Orange Mali. To achieve this 230 questionnaires were retrieved, corresponding to 74.19% recovery rate of the survey. The results show that our respondents were sedentary profile, 46.68% of them have a weight beyond the norm. Among the obstacles to regular physical education lack of time, fatigue after work and the lack of infrastructure are the most mentioned. 88.99% of these workers are interested in a program of physical education within the company. A Consideration of the choice of limits suggested by the respondents will make effective a program in the context of the study.


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How to Cite

Doumbia, A., Barry, M. A., Keita, M. N., & Diallo, S. (2023). Logic of insertion of the practice of physical and sports activities in a telecommunications company in mali: dynamics and constraints. South Florida Journal of Development, 4(2), 666–672. https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv4n2-003

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