Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Burundi, Swaziland, Uganda and Djibouti only have one athlete each on the team.
That notwithstanding, there are still some lessons to learn from the biennial competition.
The second edition of the meet, featuring many of the country’s top talents at Namboole on Saturday, left everyone impressed.
She clocked one minute 58.39 seconds slicing 14 seconds off team-mate, Winnie Nanyondo’s record.
Semenya has been at the centre of debate because of her powerful physique.
Katende also urged the sports Federations to create clear athlete pathway from grass root to elite level.
The meeting also offers the last chance at qualification for the junior event in Tempere, Finland before the door is shut.
Each athlete is required to produce their national identity card or UNEB result certificates.
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