Harambee Starlets have dissolved the camp following the postponement of the 2018 Cecafa Women's Championship.
The tournament’s fate was thrown into the dark clouds after host nation, Rwanda adjourned the kick-off date that was initially set for May 11.
The games were set to run until May 22.
Rwandan Association Football Federation (Ferfawa) threw tantrums after Cecafa failed to release funds for the organization of the games well in advance.
“The reason behind the postponement of the tournament is basically due to the unavailability of hosting funds initially meant to be sent to Rwanda FA by the Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA).
“FERWAFA will take a decision to host this tournament upon reception of hosting funds. At that time, both FERWAFA and CECAFA will sit to decide on the suitable dates when this tournament will be staged.," Rwandese FA said in a statement.
Starlets, who hit camp on April 25, will have to turn their attention to the Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier against Equatorial Guinea between June 4, and June 12, 2018 as Cecafa fate continues to drag it's feet.