The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Education officer Timothy Tjongarero is currently in Zambia conducting a Refresher FIFA 11 for Health course as well as to oversee the training of the Cascade training in that country.
Timothy Tjongarero leads the Namibia football instructors who will be conducting FIFA courses outside of Namibia’s borders in 11 for Health, management and administration levels.
Tjongarero started with the course in Zambia on Saturday, 15 June and it will end on 29 June.
He was last year in Malawi where he carried out a similar assignment for FIFA.
11 for Health” is a FIFA initiative that works with national governments and football associations in unveiling a program that will use the sport of football as a tool for enhancing young people’s well-being.
The program is a result of FIFA's Medical and Assessment and Research Centre (F-MARC) working in collaboration with Grassroots Soccer.
Next month, Barry Rukoro and Mathew Haikali, two of Namibia’s FIFA accredited Football Management and Administration instructors, will jet out to offer their expertise as well.
NFA Secretary General Rukoro, will be in Gaborone, Botswana where he will conduct the FIFA six-day long high-level FIFA administration and management course aimed at enhancing the locals administrative capacity and will be attended by various office bears in the Botswana FA.
Haikali will be in Swaziland, also to conduct a high-level administration and management course for the Swaziland FA for six day. These courses will run from 15 to 20 July.
The high-level course is tackling key aspects of football administration including among others general organization, strategic planning and event management.