The Futsal Association of Uganda (FAU) on Friday unveiled it’s four-year strategic plan under the administrative document themed “The game changer” at the FUFA house in Mengo.
FAU’s 2021-2025 plan is aimed at improving its internal practices in principles of strategic management. It will also aggregate resources and steer growth in areas around Governance, Financial sustainability, Women in Futsal, Competitions, Facilities, Marketing and National teams.
Hamuza Jjunju, the Association chairman, could not hide his delight on reaching such a milestone and highlighted on what the development means.
“We are glad that we have reached another milestone as FAU to launch what we call the game changer or the practical road map to achieve the targets we’ve set to achieve. This has taken us time I think around a minimum of 6 months to agree on the well stipulated tasks ahead of us,” the futsal boss noted.
He added, “our tasks are well laid out and it calls for our competence and support from all stakeholders, internal and external and with the good working relationship we have exhibited along.”
The former Express CEO believes they will be able to work with the football federation (FUFA) and make sure they achieve their targets.
FUFA Deputy CEO-Governance Sam Bakiika felt “happy that FAU has set out to have a plan. The plans are not the end in itself because we have the goals and objectives. We have to assess ourselves at the end on how we have performed on the objectives.”
Bakiika believes this is a first step in the right direction, and anticipates progress within the next four years when look back
FAU Technical development officer Ben Mwesigwa echoed that their commitment for the next four years is to push Futsal at domestic and grassroot level. With the league in place, he says they’re now embarking on ensuring that Futsal is played in schools and at community levels.