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OFC helps campaign

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, April 05, 2014

THE Oceania Football Confederation will promote the "Kick Dengue Out of Fiji" program for the duration of the Oceania Champions League group stage from April 7 to April 15.

This will be in partnership with United Nations Children's Fund Pacific office, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Youth and Sport and Fiji Football Association.

The OFC will also support the Sport for Development and Peace Day on April 6 and the World Health Day on April 7 through the promotion of physical activity as an essential component of health and wellbeing.

On the OFC website president David Chung said the integration of these social responsibility initiatives was a natural fit for the Pacific region.

"The OFC Champions League is one of the most popular competitions in our calendar and reaches a regional and global audience," Chung said.

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