By Nji Nelson Chefor
Sports Writer, kick442.com Cameroon.
The Confederation of African Football, CAF, and the International Center for Sport Security, ICSS, has signed a partnership agreement.
The partnership agreement signed October 24, 2020 in Morocco is aimed at improving the safety, security, integrity and youth empowerment program within African football.
The partnership agreement will enable both organizations to work together to improve and develop training programs and also ensure security with CAF member associations.
Among the number of projects that both CAF and ICSS will work on is the development of training programmes aimed at educating security officers, supporting the growth of a professional network of security personnel in Africa and continuing to develop the security operations through joint programmes within Football Federations, Leagues, Clubs, Academies and other stakeholders including those operating at the grass-roots levels.
According to CAF president, Ahmad Ahmad, CAF is a values-driven organization connecting players and communities across Africa. Good
governance and safety are key pillars of CAF Transformation plan. Security and integrity are top priorities and a basic requirement for any football match to take place.
To the ICCS CEO Mr. Massimiliano Montanari, they are keen to initiate this cooperation with
CAF and work together to protect the African football and its capacity to promote economic growth and shared values.
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