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New members join the ILS family

During the recent meetings of the ILS Board of Directors held in Glenelg, Adelaide, Australia in November 2018, many new member federations were accepted into the ILS family as new members in various categories on 21st November 2018:

Full Members
San Marino: The San Marino Swimming Federation became a Full Member of the ILS
Guinea Bissau: The Guinea Bissau Water Rescue Association became a Full Member of the ILS on 21st November 2018
Senegal: The Senegalese Swimming and Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS on 21st November 2018
Central African Republic: The Central African Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS
Gambia: The Gambia Swimming and Aquatic Sports Association had their membership upgraded from Corresponding Member to Full Member of the ILS
Morocco: Following a formal name change, the Royal Moroccan Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS
Rwanda: The Rwanda Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS
Burkina Faso: The Lifesaving Federation of Burkina Faso became a Full Member of the ILS
Mauritania: The Mauritania Association of Diving and Rescue became a Full Member of the ILS
Somalia: The Somalian Lifesaving Federation had their membership upgraded from Corresponding Member to Full Member of the ILS
Mexico: The Mexican Federation of Rescue and Aquatic Lifesaving became a Full Member of the ILS
Cook Islands: The Cook Islands Water Safety and Surf Lifesaving Council Inc became a Full Member of the ILS
Cameroon: Following the resignation of the former Full Member (RLSS Cameroon Branch), the Cameroon Swimming and Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS
Mali: The Mali Federation of Aquatic Rescue became a Full Member of the ILS
Libya: The Libyan Lifesaving Federation became a Full Member of the ILS

Associate Members
India: The Lifesaving Society of India became an Associate Member of the ILS
Germany: The Arbeiter-Samartier-Bund Deutschland (Workers Samaritan Union of Germany) became an Associate Member of the ILS
Denmark: The Danish Council for Greater Water Safety became an Associate Member of the ILS

Corresponding Members
Romania: The Professional Association of Lifeguards in Romania became a Corresponding Member of the ILS
Ukraine: The Beach Patrol of Ukraine became a Corresponding Member of the ILS
Denmark, the Faroe Islands: As the Faroe Islands are a part of Denmark, the Faroer Swimming Association, became a Corresponding Member of the ILS

The ILS welcomes all new members. As a result of their joining, the ILS family has now grown to 166 federations.