After graduating as a Premier Skills Coach Educator in 2019, Willis embarked on organising community coaching workshops, especially working with female participants.
Muwanguzi Willis Sserunyange
He has trained over 655 female coaches in Wakiso district where he also serves as a local leader at the district council. He has collaborated with several sports and charity organisations including Motivation UK, Uganda Society for Disabled Children, Uganda Cranes, and the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) to deliver community sports programmes and train coaches.
I started a girls’ soccer team to break gender stereotypes and several initiatives in the community. Life Eternal Soccer Academy is among those working with children in the slums of Nateete, a Kampala suburb to restore hope in the lives of young girls and boys to stay in school while playing football.
Sinza Sports for Inclusion, a charity organisation I co-founded is also offering sporting opportunities for children with disabilities in schools. We are now working with Kampala School for the Physically Handicapped, a school that educates children with disabilities to deliver sports activities for children with disabilities.
Willis with other community coaches recently worked on the Girls Stay in School campaign that helped many girls across Kampala return to school after the Covid-19 lockdown.