FAU to partner with Quiin Abenakyo for Women development

Abenakyo pose for a photo moment with FAU EXCOM members | FAU Media

The Futsal Association Uganda (FAU) is set to partner with 2018 Miss Uganda winner Quiin Abenakyo to accelerate the growth and development of Women Futsal in Uganda.

This is after a preliminary understanding between FAU and Queen Abenakyo Foundation was reached and announced by the Association on Thursday morning.

“Futsal Association Uganda shall partner with the Abenakyo Foundation to push and facilitate growth of Women Futsal in the country. ” Part of the Statement released by FAU read.

The partnership is aimed at promoting Futsal through pushing for more girl child and women to participate in the prestigious sport with a target of having a Futsal women’s team at the next Olympics.

This is in line with the recently released 2021-2025 FAU Strategic planning when the association  focuses in growing women’s involvement in Futsal across all areas starting from playing to administration.

Speaking after the preliminary understanding, FAU’s Excom member Najjuko Sumaiya thanked Abenakyo for the partnership and urged more parents to encourage their girls to participate in the fast growing sport.

“Today we have had an engagement with Queen Abenakyo and the Queen Abenakyo foundation.” Najjuko Said before adding;

” She has given us an opportunity about how we can partner to involve more women in the game across the country so that they can compete at levels like the Olympics so that they can flourish. ”

“We call upon parents to encourage their girl children to participate in the sport as it’s one of the fast growing sports and with space for participation for the women“Najuuko concluded.

Kamardin Shero
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