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Capacity Building: UWFA Train Football Administrators

In a bid to improve Women’s football in the country, the Uganda Women Football Association (UWFA), in conjunction with the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA), organized a football administration and management course one (FAMACO1) for stakeholders involved in the Women’s game.

More than 40 participants graced the three days course that started on Wednesday January 04, 2023 and successfully ended at the FUFA SIGs offices Mengo on Friday 06th January 2023.

The participants in the course included current women football players and coaches. They were taken through various modules including finance, human resource, communication, FUFA and its roles, marketing, club administration and governance, among others with the FUFA electoral committee chairman – Yusuf Awuye the lead instructor.

“I am quite sure all the participants have benefited from this course, and I believe a very good breed of football administrators will come from this class,” Mr. Awuye said at the closing function of the course.

UWFA chairperson – Margret Kubingi Kebba Fatia is optimistic the stakeholders that have been trained have had their mindset towards football administration changed and they will put what they have been taught to practice when they go back to their communities and clubs.

“We organised this course to enable people change their mindset because they have been thinking negatively. We believe whoever has attended the course is a changed person now and can ably manage their clubs well,” she said.

A one Crested Cranes and She Coperate defender – Phoebe Banura was excited after finishing the course and she believes the knowledge she acquired will help her serve football in a different capacity when curtains fall on her playing career.

“I am glad to have completed this course. I didn’t only come to study but also to prepare for life after football. As girls, we play football but we can’t play it for too long. The course has been so good and I believe it will be a good cornerstone to usher me into sports administration after my playing career special thanks to Uganda Women Football Association UWFA’ Banura said.

Chairperson of the Uganda Coaches Football Association – Livingston Kyambadde was the chief guest at the course’s closing function.


List of participants

  1. Ochero David Robert
  2. Mudoola wyclif
  3. Kabi Sharifu
  4. Jordan Bonny Musoke
  5. Kabwaago Abdallah.
  6. Kutosi Daniel
  7. Masinde Joseph Olinga
  8. Farouk Seguya Lubega
  9. Damba Patrick
  10. Samuel Sule
  11. Kenneth Lokoola
  12. Moris Abiti
  13. Isaac Semyalo
  14. Musoke Simon Peter
  15. Fred Tamale
  16. Angella Nakintu
  17. Davis Kasujja
  18. Sida Alex Olowo
  19. Nassazi Faridah
  20. Ephraim Mukiibi Kijjenga
  21. Lyada Amos
  22. Gabriel Oscar Mazima
  23. Ibrahim Bbosa Siibi
  24. Katongole Jovan
  25. Brendah Nyamwiza
  26. Kivumbi Vincent
  27. Patrick Ayiga Obita
  28. Thomas Mukasa
  29. Bulega Faridah
  30. Fred Musiime
  31. Badru Chemisto
  32. Kirabo Benjamin Katende
  33. Walakira Dauda Lwanyaga
  34. Sadrack Benard
  35. Alfred Okurut
  36. Kizito William Gamusi
  37. Fred Bbosa
  38. Banura pheobe
  39. Justine Nambafu
  40. Saad Ahmed
  41. Veronica Mirembe
  42. Kenneth Jabo
  43. Mukwata Peter Roland
  44. Albert Bwire
  45. Aisha Nakanwagi
  46. Ben Mwesigwa
  47. Daisy Nakaziro
  48. Wilfred Mudanya
  49. Kevin Sentongo
  50. Christine Najjuma
  51. Paulino Musiime
  52. Joshua Kiyimba
  53. Humphrey Barugahare
  54. Michael Balinda
  55. Arthur Luzze
  56. Ruth Kavuma
  57. Nyonyintono David
  58. Waniala Charles Nambasi.
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