Uganda, which is also a member of Fifa will benefit from the Forward Programme. The eighth FIFA Council meeting that sat in Kigali, Rwanda yesterday Friday, approved a new cycle which will see every association get $6m (about Shs 22.5 billion) - a $1m increment that was given to the associations previously.
"We have established the Forward Programme under the new cycle starting 2019 and each member of FIFA will receive 6 million US dollars in the four years," FIFA president Gianni Infantino revealed at the Convention Centre in Kigali.
Infantino explained that associations will get $1 million every year for the next four years to cater for operational costs, competitions for men and women and refereeing programmes.
He said that the remaining $2 million to be spread over the four years will go towards specific programmes as per the needs of different associations and infrastructure.
Each of the confederations will also get $12 million every year, while the zones in Africa including Cecafa and Asia will have $1 million every year earmarked for boys, girls and women tournaments.
"Accountability at FIFA has also been further strengthened. Each association must now engage services of a statutory auditor, and each association will be subjected to a central review by an international auditing company," Infantino said during the press conference.