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The outbreak of Covid-19 which upset socio-economic and political life has heavily affected recreational activity. New frameworks with priority on health security have had to be established for all situations involving games and the use of recreational activities. This booklet examines the procedures that are being implemented for leisure within this unusual framework. In general terms, in Africa, this pandemic came to challenge a developing leisure environment with far-reaching infrastructural needs, compounded by persistent ignorance and unawareness of technical and administrative requirements. This publication, a handbook for leisure organisers and officials, highlights legal provisions and outlines some of the procedures currently in use. Overall, it calls on administrators of local and regional authorities to acquaint themselves with both the old and new recreational activities and reap the numerous benefits they offer for their entire communities.
Annie Laurence Sikali is the Director of Leisure Development in Cameroon's Ministry of Tourism and Leisure. Selema Akedjol is an expert of the Francophonie, the African Union and the UN in the area of youth policy, sports and leisure. Florence Kissougle is a Public Health Doctor in charge of COVID-19 response activities in the Centre Region in Cameroon.