All sixteen Women’s Premier League clubs have received office and internet connectivity equipment from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as part of the move to ensure effective communication among all stakeholders.
Clubs have been notified to pick up their office equipment from the Ghana FA Secretariat in Accra.
This comes after the GFA recently announced that it had procured computers, scanners, printers, IT systems, and internet connectivity materials for its stakeholders.
The GFA allocated an amount of two hundred and ninety thousand dollars ($290,000) from the Fifa Forward 1.0 Programme to purchase the equipment for all 16 Women’s Premier League clubs, 10 Regional Football Associations, 18 Ghana Premier League clubs, the 48 Division One League clubs, the GFA Secretariat and the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram.
Representatives of the WPL clubs are to contact logistics manager, Felix Gbafa, at the GFA secretariat from Thursday, March 25 for their respective equipment.
Below are the equipment each WPL Club will receive:
1 HP Desktop Computers
1 HP LaserJet M402N printer
1 internet Turbonet (4G Wi-Fi)
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