AfriKa Sports Foundation Center has appointed Ugandan music legend Rachel Magoola as its Global Goals World Cup East Africa 2020 ambassador for goal 4 – quality education.
Magoola is a renown singer, song writer, choreographer and dancer.
She is one of the members of Afrigo Band famous for the undying classic “Obangaina”.
Her other passion is education and currently she is the Principal Walugogo Primary teacher’s Collegevin Iganga training Grade 111 Primary School teacher’s and Early Childhood development teachers.
Magoola is also a community leader in Bugweri facilitating access to education for vulnerable and orphaned children in her community.
Her mission is to ensure that all children within her communities and beyond get access to quality education.
“Set your team and get ready to play for the Global Goals on International Women’s Day March 8th 2020 in Kampala, Uganda.”
About Global Goals
A GGWCup is an all-women 5v5 football tournament and the winning team is the team that combines sensational and creative activism with football most spectacular.
To qualify as a team, you have to choose one of the 17 UN Global Goals to play and take action for.
On match day, your 5-8 women team will play matches that last 6 minutes.
“We invite teams and partners from all over East Africa to join this event and celebrate the power of sports for the Global Goals.”
“Please reach out to local host Mariam Mell’Osiime Mpaata and GGWCup co-founder Majken Gilmartin to learn more about the partner opportunities.”
Details & Match Day Schedule
March 8th 2020, International Women’s Day
KCCA StarTimes Stadium Lugogo, Kampala
8AM – Team Registration
10AM – Entrepreneurship Space Open
10:30 – Opening Remarks by Invited Guests
11AM – GGWCup Matches
3PM – Celebrity Performances
4PM – Award Ceremony
8PM – Dinner.