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District Networks urged to Reposition themselves for Greater Performance and Impact.

On 1st and 2nd December 2014 at Esella Country Hotel, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) hosted the 3rd Annual SPAN Convention with the theme, Beyond 2014; Securing the Change we Desire! Following three previous conventions, this year’s objective was to take stock of the year 2014 – the progress and challenges that emerged and lessons learned. The convention also provided […]

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District Networks urged to Reposition themselves for Greater Performance and Impact.

On 1st and 2nd December 2014 at Esella Country Hotel, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) hosted the 3rd Annual SPAN Convention with the theme, Beyond 2014; Securing the Change we Desire! Following three previous conventions, this year’s objective was to take stock of the year 2014 – the progress and challenges that emerged and lessons […]

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District Networks urged to Reposition themselves for Greater Performance and Impact.

On 1st and 2nd December 2014 at Esella Country Hotel, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) hosted the 3rd Annual SPAN Convention with the theme, Beyond 2014; Securing the Change we Desire! Following three previous conventions, this year’s objective was to take stock of the year 2014 – the progress and challenges that emerged and lessons learned. The convention also provided […]

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District Networks urged to Reposition themselves for Greater Performance and Impact.

On 1st and 2nd December 2014 at Esella Country Hotel, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) hosted the 3rd Annual SPAN Convention with the theme, Beyond 2014; Securing the Change we Desire! Following three previous conventions, this year’s objective was to take stock of the year 2014 – the progress and challenges that emerged and lessons […]

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Home Management Moulds Women Leaders

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) in partnership with National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU) conducted a Women Leaders fellowship in Mbale District. This was attended by over 27 women leaders from six districts i.e. Kibuku, Pallisa, Namutumba, Bugiri, Budaka and Mbale. While speaking at the two day fellowship, held from 17th to […]

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Home Management Moulds Women Leaders

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) in partnership with National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU) conducted a Women Leaders fellowship in Mbale District. This was attended by over 27 women leaders from six districts i.e. Kibuku, Pallisa, Namutumba, Bugiri, Budaka and Mbale. While speaking at the two day fellowship, held from 17th to 18th November […]

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Home Management Moulds Women Leaders

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) in partnership with National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU) conducted a Women Leaders fellowship in Mbale District. This was attended by over 27 women leaders from six districts i.e. Kibuku, Pallisa, Namutumba, Bugiri, Budaka and Mbale. While speaking at the two day fellowship, held from 17th to […]

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Home Management Moulds Women Leaders

The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) in partnership with National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU) conducted a Women Leaders fellowship in Mbale District. This was attended by over 27 women leaders from six districts i.e. Kibuku, Pallisa, Namutumba, Bugiri, Budaka and Mbale. While speaking at the two day fellowship, held from 17th to […]

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Integrity and Leadership Accountability key in Fighting corruption

Civil Society Organisations, on 3rd December 2014 agreed to incorporate integrity in the fight against corruption. This was at the 4th Anti-Corruption Convention which also marked 100 weeks of wearing Black every Monday. The Convention, themed “Fighting Corruption and Building Integrity”, brought together over 600 citizens from different walks of life including office of the […]

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Integrity and Leadership Accountability key in Fighting corruption

Civil Society Organisations, on 3rd December 2014 agreed to incorporate integrity in the fight against corruption. This was at the 4th Anti-Corruption Convention which also marked 100 weeks of wearing Black every Monday. The Convention, themed “Fighting Corruption and Building Integrity”, brought together over 600 citizens from different walks of life including office of the […]

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Integrity and Leadership Accountability key in Fighting corruption

Civil Society Organisations, on 3rd December 2014 agreed to incorporate integrity in the fight against corruption. This was at the 4th Anti-Corruption Convention which also marked 100 weeks of wearing Black every Monday. The Convention, themed “Fighting Corruption and Building Integrity”, brought together over 600 citizens from different walks of life including office of the […]

Read more
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Integrity and Leadership Accountability key in Fighting corruption

Civil Society Organisations, on 3rd December 2014 agreed to incorporate integrity in the fight against corruption. This was at the 4th Anti-Corruption Convention which also marked 100 weeks of wearing Black every Monday. The Convention, themed “Fighting Corruption and Building Integrity”, brought together over 600 citizens from different walks of life including office of the […]

Read more
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Integrity and Leadership Accountability key in Fighting corruption

Civil Society Organisations, on 3rd December 2014 agreed to incorporate integrity in the fight against corruption. This was at the 4th Anti-Corruption Convention which also marked 100 weeks of wearing Black every Monday. The Convention, themed “Fighting Corruption and Building Integrity”, brought together over 600 citizens from different walks of life including office of the […]

Read more
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Mentoring Women Leaders

Women in different historical and cultural contexts have found it easier to become active at local level through community organizations, self-help groups, traders’ association, faith-based organizations, mothers’ Union groups, name it. Evidence suggests that women who attain leadership roles in NGOs have had to develop specific coping strategies to deal with the cultural and social […]

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Mentoring Women Leaders

Women in different historical and cultural contexts have found it easier to become active at local level through community organizations, self-help groups, traders’ association, faith-based organizations, mothers’ Union groups, name it. Evidence suggests that women who attain leadership roles in NGOs have had to develop specific coping strategies to deal with the cultural and social […]

Read more
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Mentoring Women Leaders

Women in different historical and cultural contexts have found it easier to become active at local level through community organizations, self-help groups, traders’ association, faith-based organizations, mothers’ Union groups, name it. Evidence suggests that women who attain leadership roles in NGOs have had to develop specific coping strategies to deal with the cultural and social […]

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100 Weeks of Black Monday and still counting!

Corruption has for long been a constant narrative in Uganda’s political sphere but in 2012, the Ugandan Society were unanimous on the new and worrying state that the Pearl of Africa found itself mired in. Ugandans had grown seemingly weary of cases where taxpayers’ money is siphoned off by well-connected government officials, often walking away […]

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100 Weeks of Black Monday and still counting!

Corruption has for long been a constant narrative in Uganda’s political sphere but in 2012, the Ugandan Society were unanimous on the new and worrying state that the Pearl of Africa found itself mired in. Ugandans had grown seemingly weary of cases where taxpayers’ money is siphoned off by well-connected government officials, often walking away […]

Read more
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100 Weeks of Black Monday and still counting!

Corruption has for long been a constant narrative in Uganda’s political sphere but in 2012, the Ugandan Society were unanimous on the new and worrying state that the Pearl of Africa found itself mired in. Ugandans had grown seemingly weary of cases where taxpayers’ money is siphoned off by well-connected government officials, often walking away […]

Read more
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100 Weeks of Black Monday and still counting!

Corruption has for long been a constant narrative in Uganda’s political sphere but in 2012, the Ugandan Society were unanimous on the new and worrying state that the Pearl of Africa found itself mired in. Ugandans had grown seemingly weary of cases where taxpayers’ money is siphoned off by well-connected government officials, often walking away […]

Read more
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100 Weeks of Black Monday and still counting!

Corruption has for long been a constant narrative in Uganda’s political sphere but in 2012, the Ugandan Society were unanimous on the new and worrying state that the Pearl of Africa found itself mired in. Ugandans had grown seemingly weary of cases where taxpayers’ money is siphoned off by well-connected government officials, often walking away […]

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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

Citizen Mobilisation1

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…

For Civil Society Strengthening1

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,…

For Policy and Advocacy1

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…