The Confederation of African Football (CAF) is set to hold a second workshop for women's football administrators in Africa.
This comes a year and four months after the Confederation held a refresher course in Cairo, Egypt in November 2019, first involving 21 French-speaking countries before 27 English-speaking nations a week later.
The workshop, which is set to be held virtually from March 22 to 24, will see representatives from member associations present for the training via Zoom.
CAF, in a letter to African Football Associations, stated: "We have the pleasure to inform you that Caf is organizing a women's football administrators capacity-building online workshop from 22 to 24 March, 2021 for women's football administrators [member association employee responsible for women's football ”.
Furthering on the rationale behind this training the letter continued: " The objective of this is to inform, educate and increase managerial expertise of responsible personnel in women's football administration across all member associations of CAF".
"CAF women's football development department has the pleasure to invite your member association's women's football development administrator to be part of this course."
Meanwhile, member associations of CAF interested in participating in this workshop are required to make confirmation of their attendance by March 15th.