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FIFA delegation visits GFA to check progress of development projects

A delegation led by El Hadj Wack Diop, Regional Manager for the FIFA Development Office for West and Central Africa, and Silmara Sousa, Africa-Regional Coordinator of Member Associations Division of FIFA, has begun a three-day visit to the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

The designation showed up in Ghana on Tuesday to participate in conversations with the GFA on different football advancement matters and to audit progressing projects, especially those upheld by the FIFA Forward program.

Conversations will cover subjects, for example, looking into the GFA's Agreement of Concurred Targets for 2023-2026, surveying FIFA Forward Guidelines models, and assessing current ventures. The gathering will likewise dive into drives drove by the GFA's Specialized Division, including Ladies' football advancement, Ability Recognizable proof Plan (TDS), FIFA Superior Execution, and usage of FIFA forward reserves.

These commitment plan to give the GFA experiences to shape future ventures for show at impending AFCA or DevCo gatherings of FIFA. On Thursday, the appointment will visit project destinations, including the Ghanaman Soccer Focus of Greatness in Prampram, and meet with key partners, including the Overseer of the Specialized Center and the Specialized Chief.

Gatherings have proactively happened with the Leader of the Affiliation, Edwin Simeon-Okraku, the Overall Secretary, Head of Legitimate, Ladies' football advancement group, and the Overseer of Money. El Hadj Wack Diop and Silmara Sousa will finish up their visit on Friday, Walk 29, 2024, preceding leaving Ghana.

This visit highlights FIFA's obligation to supporting football improvement drives in Ghana and advancing cooperation among FIFA and national football associations.


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