The World Anti-Doping Agency has developed several mechanisms to achieve good results that reflect a safe and clean sports environment in the global sports community. The World Anti-Doping Program is considered one of the most important mechanisms at the international level, after most countries’ commitment to implement it and respect its provisions. To ensure the proper functioning of this program, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has set up bodies to ensure the implementation of the program within the borders of the countries, the most important of which are the 119 agencies anti-doping (NADO) and the 30 accredited laboratories for the detection of doping in athletes. The World Anti-Doping Agency divided the world into twelve Regional Anti-Doping Organizations (RADO), the North Africa zone (01) consisted of five countries (Algeria - Morocco - Tunisia - Libya - Mauritania). The study focuses in particular on the activities of these institutions by analyzing the content of their local and regional activities and the extent of their reactions against the phenomenon of doping in the elite sports environment and by detecting the indicators of the cleanliness of the sports environment from the scourge of doping. The results were negative due to the impact of geopolitical climate on the reliability of those institutions, noting the lack of coordination between the National Anti-Doping Agencies and remarking a weak influence in the sports community despite the great activity of the practice within these countries.
Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University of Algers, Alger, Algeria Mourad Chehat
Professeur, Institut Education Physique et Sportive, Institut Education Physique et Sportive, Université Alger 3, Alger, Algeria
NATIONAL ANTI DOPING ORGANISATION, REGIONAL ANTI-DOPING ORGANISATION, INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITED LABORATORY, NORTH AFRICA ZONE 01