Haiya, Mudege speaks football development – Capital Radio Malawi
21 April, 2024

Haiya, Mudege speaks football development

Part of FIFA delegation

Governance structures at the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) are expected to improve following an induction session conducted by the world soccer governing body, FIFA, to the local federation officials.

FIFA officials were in Lilongwe for a two-day induction session from Monday this week.

Speaking after the engagement, president Fleetwood Haiya described the meeting as very successful.

He mentioned that the FA exco has gained knowledge in governance structures, accountability and transparency which are key to the realization of the ‘transforming the game’ agenda.

“We have learnt a lot on governance issues especially on clear separation of powers for FAM stakeholders like president, exco, standing committees, member associations and the secretariat,” Haiya explained.

On his part, FIFA head of development programs in Africa Solomon Mudege revealed their body’s commitment to supporting the newly inducted FAM executive members.

He said: “We will remain in contact with FAM, engage its stakeholders, consult, finalize and implement their plan.”

The FIFA head of development programs in Africa’s entourage included Development Programme Coordinator Silmara Sousa, Member Association Finance Services Coordinator Meryem Atouk Lead, Regional Office, Southern Africa David Fani and MA Development Manager, Regional Office, Southern Africa Christine Gama.

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