USSSA Zones Bugisu, Karamonja, Kigezi,Luwero fail to submit activity calendar

USSSA Zones Bugisu, Karamonja, Kigezi,Luwero fail to submit activity calendar

By Emmanuel Sekago

The Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Association (USSSA) has noted with concern that Zones Bugisu, Karamoja, Kigezi, and Luwero have failed to submit their activity calendars.

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This failure represents a significant gap in planning and coordination, hindering the effective organization and execution of sports programs and events within these regions.

Wallnetnews understands of the nineteen (19) zones that have submitted of Zonal Calendar of Activities, Events and Qualifiers For the Year 2024 include; Rwenzori Zone, Acholi Zone , Kampala Zone, Wakiso Zone, Masaka Zone, Lango Zone, Busoga Zone, Teso Zone, Ankole Zone, West Nile Zone, Bukedi Zone, Sebei Zone, Mpigi Zone, Bunyoro Zone and Mukono Zone.

The submission of activity calendars is a critical component of USSSA’s operational framework, providing a roadmap for the scheduling and implementation of sports activities throughout the academic year.

By outlining key events, competitions, and training sessions, these calendars serve as a guide for schools, athletes, coaches, and officials, facilitating optimal participation and engagement in USSSA’s sports programs.

The absence of activity calendars from Zones Bugisu, Karamoja, Kigezi, and Luwero poses several challenges and implications; Lack of Coordination:

Without clear timelines and schedules, there is a risk of conflicting events and overlapping activities, leading to logistical challenges and reduced participation rates among schools and athletes, Missed Opportunities:

Failure to plan and communicate upcoming events deprives schools and athletes of valuable opportunities for skill development, competition, and exposure to higher levels of play, Disruption of Program Implementation:

The absence of activity calendars disrupts the smooth implementation of USSSA’s sports programs, impeding progress and hindering the achievement of organizational goals and objectives also Inefficient Resource Allocation:

Without advance notice of events and activities, it becomes difficult for USSSA to allocate resources, such as venues, equipment, and personnel, in a timely and efficient manner, leading to potential wastage and inefficiencies.

In light of these challenges, USSSA urges Zones Bugisu, Karamoja, Kigezi, and Luwero to expedite the submission of their activity calendars without further delay.

The timely submission of calendars will enable USSSA to better plan, coordinate, and support sports activities within these regions, ensuring equitable access to sporting opportunities for all schools and athletes across Uganda.

Meanwhile, USSSA remains committed to promoting the development of school sports and fostering a culture of excellence, inclusivity, and fair play.

Through collaborative efforts and proactive engagement with all stakeholders, USSSA seeks to realize its vision of nurturing the holistic development of students through sports, instilling values of discipline, teamwork, and resilience that extend beyond the playing field.

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