GFA Commits to Gender Equity in Football Industry with Free Coaching Courses for Women

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Ghana Football Association Celebrates International Women's Day with Empowering Initiatives

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) celebrated International Women’s Day 2022 with a range of initiatives designed to support female stakeholders in the football industry.

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Under the banner of the #EmbraceEquity campaign, the GFA announced that it would provide free License C Coaching Courses for 30 women and free License D Coaching Courses for 40 women. This is a welcome step towards empowering women and promoting gender equity within the football industry.

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The GFA also hosted a stakeholders workshop to discuss and develop the New GFA Women’s Football Strategy, a crucial step in advancing the cause of women’s football in Ghana.

In addition, the GFA provided call credits to women’s football teams in the Women’s Premier League and the national teams. This was a gesture of appreciation and recognition of the important contributions made by women in football.

Overall, the GFA’s efforts on International Women’s Day 2022 demonstrate a commitment to promoting gender equity and empowering women in football in Ghana.

EmbraceEquity: GFA Leads the Charge in Promoting Gender Equality in Ghanaian Football.

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By Gabbie Odonkor Chief Executive Officer
Gabriel Djabatey Odonkor , known professionally as Gabbie Odonkor, is a Ghanaian Sports blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter. He founded, a sports website and blog that primarily publishes news about sports.
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