The Confederation of African Football (Caf) on Monday began the second workshop for African women's national team coaches and doctors across the continent, Sport News Africa can exclusively report.
The event is coming a few days after a three-day virtual workshop for the women's football administrators was organized by the continent's football ruly body as part of activities to mark international women's history month.
The administrator course saw the instructors inform, educate and increase managerial expertise of responsible personnel in women's football administration across all member associations of Caf.
The three-day virtual meeting, coordinated by the Caf women's football division duo of Safia Dayem and Meskerem Goshime, started on March 29 and ends on March 31, with representatives from member associations in attendance.
The workshop which is involving national women's coaches from the youth to senior teams and medical officials in Africa is the second under the current Caf women's department since its establishment in 2018.
"We have invited your women national team head coaches and medical doctor and physiotherapists," A caf official disclosed to SNA.
On the course's objective, the source further disclosed that: "It is a three-day webinar focusing on the specificities of female athletes, especially the menstruation cycle and how it affects performance and how to manage it."
It also understands that at least 21 French-speaking countries and more than 27 English-speaking nations, including Nigeria are participating in the virtual workshop to be held via zoom from Monday.
The current webinar will be the last in the series of virtual meetings organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in the month of March with member associations and zones to excute its women's football strategy.