Cameroonian legend Samuel Eto’o and FIFA Chief Medical Officer Prof. Jiri Dvorak will visit the Kotobabi “3” JHS and Alajo “3” JHS to film the “11 for health” sessions 5 and 6 respectively, on Monday November 3.
The fourth leg of the ‘FIFA 11 for Health’, seeks to train kids in schools to avoid health problems through various football drills and Ghana has been approved by FIFA as the first country in the world to organize it.
The “11 for health” programme has so far covered 500 schools across Ghana with1000 teachers and about 30,000 students having gone through the training programme.
Prof Jiri Dvorak and Eto'o will launch the programme in Accra and hold a meeting with the GFA President, Kwesi Nyantakyi and the Executive Committee.
Officials of the FIFA Medical and Research Centre (F-MARC), GFA officials and other officers will also address the media at a Press Conference which will be held at the Media Centre of the Accra Sports Stadium on Monday afternoon.
The FIFA delegation is expected to pay courtesy calls on the Ministers of Health, Education and the Minister of Youth & Sports.