In a bid to develop women’s football in Ghana, Ghana Football Association (GFA) and French Football Federation (FFF) entered into partnership.
The partnership is funded by the Foreign Affairs Ministry in France and will see young players, referees, coaches and technical personnel go through series of training and exchange programs in Ghana and France to perfect their skill in various fields.
A delegation of FFF arrived Accra, the capital of Ghana to discuss with GFA on how to make the partnership a successful one.
Ludovic Debru – International Technical Director, France Football Federation and Nada Amartey Mills – Project Manager, Cooperation and Cultural Affairs Manager at the France Embassy in Accra met President Simeon-Okraku Tuesday.
The meeting was also attended by Technical Director Bernhard Lippert, Head of Women’s Football Development, Ama Brobey Williams, Director of Communications, Henry Asante Twum, Lead on Women’s football Communication, Matilda Dimedo and Project Lead and coordinator, Janice Odonkor.
Ghana women’s national team will hope to qualify for the 2024 Olympic in Paris which will further enhance the collaboration and effect it to a great deal.