The Fafali Organization on Thursday, November 24, 2022, secured a lucrative partnership with Waterloo Minor Soccer Club of Canada to help soccer development in the African region.

Waterloo Minor Soccer Club is a non-profit organization that has been providing soccer programming in the Waterloo Region since 1971. Last year, the club partnered with highly reputable German professional football club, Borussia Dortmund. BVB International Academy – Waterloo, an extension of Waterloo Minor Soccer Club, was birthed from this partnership.

In a release published by both parties, the Executive Director of Waterloo Minor Soccer Club, Paul Burns said “We are looking forward to working together in the areas of player and coach development as well as providing much-needed soccer equipment to their athletes. This partnership is another way for the Waterloo Minor Soccer Club to develop relationships with like-minded organizations and help the game of soccer grow globally.”

The Founder of the Fafali Organization, Raymond Senyo Amezado, mentioned that, “We at Fafali believe the best partnerships aren’t dependent on a mere common goal but on a shared path of equality, desire, and great amount of passion”. Raymond also added that “It is upon both parties to make this partnership bear fruit to be of benefit not just to individuals but countries and continents.”

The Fafali Organization is a Social Impact project-based non-profit/charity organization that works with marginalized groups and underserved children ages 5-18 in the Anumle Electoral Area (Urban) in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, and the Kpoviadzi Electoral Area (Rural) in the Volta Region in Ghana.

Find below the full excerpts of the partnership between the Fafali Organization and Waterloo Minor Soccer Club.

Canada-based Waterloo Minor Soccer Club partners Fafali Organization

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