SCORING FOR HEALTH HOLDS WEBINAR FOR PROJECT PARTNERS
26 August 20
Sport is increasingly attempting to emerge from the long, deep shadow cast by the Covid-19 pandemic. Football, the world’s most popular sport, is back in stadiums and plans are in formulation across the world to get back to a relative sense of normalcy. In Europe, organisations like the European Football for Development Network (EFDN) that use football as a tool for development, are also taking significant steps to resume activities that had been set for the year.
It is against this background that partners in the European Union funded Scoring for Health project gathered for a webinar. The online meeting was held virtually due to existing restrictions as a result of COVID-19. Club Brugge foundation in Belgium were originally set to host this meeting to discuss various components of the project ahead of the first delivery phase. EFDN Project Manager Lewis Walker, the project lead said: “We had a conversation with all the partners about updates, how many people they would be able to reach, when they would be able to start the project based on when schools open.”
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