The Confederation of African Football (CAF), has voted US$16.2 million to support Members Associations.
The fund is to mitigate their financial challenges suffered by members associations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The amount was a top-up to an initial $10.8 million released on May 28, by CAF the same purpose, making it a total of US$27 Million.
Per the latest development, each of the 54 Member Association would be entitled to US$300,000, instead of $200,000 as earlier announced by CAF.
The decision was taken by the CAF Executive Council (ExCo) at a via video conference on Tuesday, June 30.
The funds are part of CAF’s annual grants to its Member Associations.