FIFA has launched a Global Integrity Programme as part of the battle against match-fixing, in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
The new initiative aims to provide all 211 Member Associations with enhanced knowledge and tools to fight and prevent match manipulation.
The programme is designed to improve education and build integrity capacity within all FIFA's governing bodies by sharing advanced know-how and resources with integrity officers through a series of virtual workshops involving three modules that started this month.
The first edition of the programme, dedicated to the Member Associations from the Asian Football Confederation.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: "Match-fixing is an issue that is very real and threatens the integrity and credibility of football in many countries around the world.
"Working in close collaboration with experts at the UNODC and alongside other ongoing efforts that FIFA is taking, the FIFA Global Integrity Programme is another important step by FIFA to protect the integrity of football and will play an important role in educating and building capacity within member associations to help fight match-fixing at a local level."
FIFA has also announced that it will shortly be launching the FIFA Integrity Officers Community Platform.
This will be the first-ever community-driven online platform dedicated exclusively to integrity officers across all member associations and confederations worldwide.
This confidential platform will bring together a global network of integrity officers to share their experience and exchange best practice related to preventing and fighting match manipulation and promoting integrity in football.