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Empowering women in Comoros: Football referee training programme commences

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A landmark initiative in Comoros is set to unfold as a three-day training course for women’s football referees kicks off this Wednesday, April 24, 2024. Spearheaded by the executive committee of the Comorian Football Federation (FCF), the program underscores a concerted effort to bolster female representation in the sport.

Scheduled to run from April 24 to 26, 2024, the training sessions will span all three islands of the national territory

. Designed and coordinated by the Comorian Football Federation, the program aims to enhance the capabilities of referees actively engaged in women’s football.

Anticipation surrounds the participation of forty-five (45) aspiring referees slated to attend the training.

Guided by the expertise of Zeoudine Abdou, the head of the arbitration department at the FFC, the workshop will benefit from the instructional guidance of esteemed facilitators, including Dr. Moussa Hamidou (Ngazidja), Ibrahim Saindou (Ndzuani), and Elamine Ali Mbaraka.

The federation’s commitment to nurturing women’s football extends beyond the referee training program, forming part of a broader initiative aimed at fostering the growth and development of the sport among female athletes.

As the Comorian Football Federation advances its agenda to promote gender equality and inclusivity within the realm of football, the launch of the referee training program signifies a significant stride forward.

By providing women with opportunities to engage in officiating roles, the initiative not only empowers individuals but also contributes to the overarching goal of creating a more diverse and representative footballing community in Comoros.

The commencement of the training program marks a pivotal moment in the journey towards gender equity in Comorian football, signaling a commitment to harnessing the untapped potential of female referees and fostering a culture of inclusivity within the sport.

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