International Development Agencies remember UN bomb victims with soccer competition

Remembrance of the victims of the terror attack on the United Nations office in Abuja, Nigeria.

The competition will hold in Abuja.

 

The second edition of the Federation of International Development Agencies Football (FIDAF) will take place between November 17 and 26 at El Amin School in Maitama, Abuja.

This year, the agencies are playing in honour of colleagues who were affected by the UN Building bomb blast in Abuja in 2011. The teams vying for the trophy and other consolation prices are divided into four groups.

 

Group A: USAID Markets, US Missions, IHVN, and British Council

Group B: CIHP, Actionaid, MSH, and SFH

Group C: FHI 360, APIN, and the UN

Group D: EFCC, DFID and ADB.

 

Last year’s tournament was the maiden edition. The winner of the golden trophy was the EFCC team. FHI and ICAP emerged first and second runners-up respectively while USAID MARKETS II came Fourth. There were 14 teams in all.

The Golden Boot and Highest goal scorer trophies went to ICAP now CIHP. IHVN won the best cheered group, while the UN team won the best behaved team

FIDAF is an acronym for Federation of International Development Agencies Football. It is a non-profit oriented initiative intended to foster camaraderie amongst International Development Agencies (IDAs) and also to provide a forum for interaction both within themselves (the IDAs) and with their clients, prospective clients, and support organizations.

The tournament also provides a forum for participating organizations to showcase their objectives.


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