The 4th National CSO Fair: Celebrating Our East African Citizenship Every Shilling Counts: Citizens Decry Proposed Budget cuts to Education Organisations Should Embrace Marketing and Communication CPDE elects new Co-Chairs Fundraising Drive for UNNGOF House Launched at the 12th AGM. Brief on Human Rights and the Human Rights Situation in Uganda” – OHCHR Uganda
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The 4th National CSO Fair: Celebrating Our East African Citizenship

Civil Society Organiastions present The 4th National CSO Fair from 26th – 27th June at Hotel Africana. The Fair will be hosted by a cross section of organizations operating in Uganda and other East African Community States. This is based on consolidated stakeholder linkages, synergy, networking and solidarity with the East African Civil Society Organizations […]

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Every Shilling Counts: Citizens Decry Proposed Budget cuts to Education

The budget is largely a technical document that, for most citizens, is difficult to read and understand in order to engage in the budget process. It is against this background that the Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) which brings together citizens, their organizations and other key actors such as Members of Parliament and government, […]

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Organisations Should Embrace Marketing and Communication

The East African Community Integration is a process that requires participation and involvement of all persons in the East African countries. This process has encountered many challenges ranging from political, social and economic. However, many Ugandans are not aggressively involved in the integration process and one of the major attributes made to the frustrations in […]

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CPDE elects new Co-Chairs

The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness has elected new Co-Chairs at the 1st High Level Meeting on Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation. The new members include Richard Ssewakiryanga, Justine Kilcullen, Tetet Lauron, Patricia Akakpo and Jorge Balbis. The High Level Meeting welcomed the new Co-Chairs and wished them the best with the work ahead. […]

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Fundraising Drive for UNNGOF House Launched at the 12th AGM.

The Uganda National NGO Forum, during the 12th Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 27th March at Hotel Africana launched a fundraising drive to establish the UNNGOF House as a home for CSOs in Uganda. The idea was presented by the Board Chairperson Ms. Beatrice Mugambe and majority of the 249 members agreed to the […]

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Brief on Human Rights and the Human Rights Situation in Uganda” – OHCHR Uganda

The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights (OHCHR) Uganda, launched a report on the human rights situation in Uganda in February 2014. While presenting key highlights and recommendations, Birgit Gerstenberg – Head of Office representative made a disclaimer that the report may not be country representative since the study was conducted […]

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About Us

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The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations. UNNGOF is however open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society.

UNNGOF’s operational scope is at national level, with focus on issues and processes that concern NGOs across the board. We recognise the independent existence of national thematic NGO networks and district networks and for a, as important NGO coordinating mechanism with complementary comparative advantages.

Vision

A coherent, respected, well-informed NGO sector in Uganda; actively contributing to citizens’ wellbeing and safeguarding their rights.

Programmes

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Citizen Mobilization

Civic Space, Mobilization, Campaigns, and Governance Monitoring The KRA2 aims at influencing internal and external (including global) operating environment issues of CSOs and to ensure a positive environment for NGO operations and citizen engagement in…

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Civil Society Strengthening

The Uganda National NGO Forum is a membership organization. Under this programme area, we deliver on the mandate as a service organization, by providing regular and specialized services to the members,…

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Policy and Advocacy

Under this programme component, we focus on effectively coordinating NGOs engagement on multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral policy processes. Some of these involve; monitoring of the National Development Plan, National…