The workshop is discussing political, economic, social and technological impacts on the game of football
Heads of department at FUFA and government representatives as well as FIFA officials have gathered in Kampala for a four-day workshop to discuss a four year strategic plan for the federation at Imperial Hotel.
FIFA instructor Edmund Coan and FIFA development officer Patrick Onyango are facilitating the workshop that is also meant to enlighten FIFA affiliates across the globe on how to make the best of football management.
FUFA President Moses Magogo is among the federation officials at the workshop that closes tomorrow.
"We are glad for FIFA fully supporting the federation in the planning exercise of the game. We have a job to do in terms of advocacy," Magogo told the officials that include NCS assistant general secretary in charge of technical David Katende and Norah Nassimbwa of State House.
The workshop is discussing political, economic, social and technological impacts on the game of football and how FUFA can analyse if they should benefit from the new trends.
"It is crucial to recognize roles played by different stakeholders that include FIFA, FUFA, governments, the media and other commercial partners in football planning and development," Coan said.
The workshop will also help FUFA understand how to successfully request for the FIFA goal project under new guidelines developed.