Tennis Foundation Ghana is a not for Profit Organization that works closely with the Ghana Tennis Federation in providing training and competition Opportunities for Children in Ghana. All Volunteer Work will be done in Accra, the Ghanaian Capital.
Oscar is a sports enthusiast with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Management with Information studies. He joined the Tennis Foundation Ghana in October 2020 as a data entry clerk, shortly after completing his National Service with the Department of Physical Education and Sports studies at the University of Ghana.
about tennis foundation ghana Changing Lives through Tennis and School Our Mission is to Provide Life Changing Opportunities for young People using Tennis and Education.
The Ghana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) is coming up with a Sheroes Project, an initiative geared towards encouragi ... Table Tennis: Over 250 Young Players billed for Junior Championship Sep 27, 2021 | Tennis
The ”All Ladies Tournament” organized by the Ghana Table Tennis Association took off yesterday 16,2021,at the Accra Sports Stadium. As part of the Sheroes project, the All Ladies Tournament themed “Ladies can Loop” is geared towards unleashing talent within females and giving them the platform to exhibit their talent.
Ghana Table Tennis Association. 1,493 likes · 18 talking about this. This is a Page about the Ghana Table Tennis Association, it will share all the games, teams, players, officials and activities of...
2012.09.01 - Tennis for Kids! Collaboration with Greater Accra Tennis Association (GATA), Ghana Tennis Association (GTA) and Ghana International School during two weeks of GATA 2012.
Prof. Peter Twumasi. The National Sports Authority exists to develop, organize, promote and manage competitive and social sports with the view of promoting health fitness, recreation, national cohesion and professionalism that ensures sustainable wealth creation, vigorous infrastructure development and proactive management which leads to sports ...
Confederation of African Tennis ( CAT) ( French: Confédération Africaine de tennis) is the continental governing body of tennis in Africa. It is the non-profit private organization based in Tunis and affiliated with International Tennis Federation. The main aim of the CAT is to regulate the rules of tennis in the African continent, to develop the fundamental infrastructures for the sport, and to popularize it throughout the continent.