The South Sudan Football Association (SSFA) has appointed Uganda Crested Cranes defender Jean Sseninde as their Consultant for South Sudan Women’s Football.
SSFA says that the Sseninde will be working to implement their four year Women’s Football Strategy Sensitization plan starting in the month of October.
“I’ve sent it early to give time to members of the SSFA to inform and prepare all the relevant stakeholders on the dates stated. I have also stated clearly who is responsible for making sure all participants are available for each session. All these will be held virtually via zoom so I am hoping necessary preparations will be made for all participants to participate on stated dates,” Sseninde said in her email to SSFA.
She replied to SSFA’s tweet on her appointment that, “Am humbled for this exciting new opportunity as the South Sudan Football Association (SSFA)
“Women’s Football Consultant. I cannot wait to help take women’s football in South Sudan to another level together with the whole team.”
Jean Sseninde, 27, plays for Queens Park Rangers W.F.C. in the FA Women’s National League South. She works for FIFA as a Consultant for women’s Football development across the world.
The appointment is among the plans South Sudan Football Association has undertaken to develop their Women’s game.
Sseninde also sits on the CAF Women’s Football Committee and is a member of Common Goal organisation and the CEO of Sseninde Foundation.