Dr. Prince Pambo and Dr. Christine Amoako Baah represented Ghana at the CAF Doping Control Officers’ Workshop which was held in Johannesburg, South Africa from December 5-6,2023.
They joined Medical Practitioners from across the continent for the two-day workshop.
The workshop makes an official return to the CAF Calendar of programmes following the last workshop that was held in 2019 in Cairo, Egypt.
This year’s workshop forms part of a number of ongoing CAF workshops, courses and programmes being rolled out by the governing body of African football across the continent in upskilling its remote staff, Member Associations and Zonal Unions.
The opening day of the workshop was attended by South African Football Association (SAFA) President, Dr Danny Jordaan who was accompanied SAFA CEO, Ms. Lydia Monyepao in officially welcoming the 41 Medical Practitioners from across Africa to the two-day gathering.
Day 1 of the workshop involved a series of presentations by CAF on the latest developments of Doping, which include CAF’s Anti-Doping Unit’s fight against doping in African football as well as CAF’s collaboration with FIFA and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
The CAF Doping Control Officers workshop ended on Wednesday, 06 December.