Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity 74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament 74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament 74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament 74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting  April 2015 | Incheon Korea What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting  April 2015 | Incheon Korea What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting  April 2015 | Incheon Korea How valuable is your vote? How valuable is your vote? How valuable is your vote? How valuable is your vote? CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform
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Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity

On 6th – 8th May 2015, the Uganda National NGO Forum and the EASUN center for Organizational Learning conducted a training on building sustainable NGO Networks and collaborations. The training held at Foyers de Charite- Namugongo Kyotto, Wakiso was attended by 15 participants from Network Organizations at both District and National level. Ms. Sophie Kange, […]

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Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity

On 6th – 8th May 2015, the Uganda National NGO Forum and the EASUN center for Organizational Learning conducted a training on building sustainable NGO Networks and collaborations. The training held at Foyers de Charite- Namugongo Kyotto, Wakiso was attended by 15 participants from Network Organizations at both District and National level. Ms. Sophie Kange, […]

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Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity

On 6th – 8th May 2015, the Uganda National NGO Forum and the EASUN center for Organizational Learning conducted a training on building sustainable NGO Networks and collaborations. The training held at Foyers de Charite- Namugongo Kyotto, Wakiso was attended by 15 participants from Network Organizations at both District and National level. Ms. Sophie Kange, Coordinator Capacity […]

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Sustainable Networks and Collaborations Enhance CSO Capacity

On 6th – 8th May 2015, the Uganda National NGO Forum and the EASUN center for Organizational Learning conducted a training on building sustainable NGO Networks and collaborations. The training held at Foyers de Charite- Namugongo Kyotto, Wakiso was attended by 15 participants from Network Organizations at both District and National level. Ms. Sophie Kange, […]

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74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament

The gazetted Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015 is a perpetuation of systemic repressive laws crafted to curtail civic spaces, Civil Society Organizations in Uganda said today while releasing the CSO Position Paper on the NGO Bill today. Although the proposed Bill contains some progressive provisions, most of it requires reconsideration lest they curtail people’s right to freedoms of association, expression and […]

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74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament

The gazetted Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015 is a perpetuation of systemic repressive laws crafted to curtail civic spaces, Civil Society Organizations in Uganda said today while releasing the CSO Position Paper on the NGO Bill today. Although the proposed Bill contains some progressive provisions, most of it requires reconsideration lest they curtail people’s right to freedoms of association, expression and […]

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74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament

The gazetted Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015 is a perpetuation of systemic repressive laws crafted to curtail civic spaces, Civil Society Organizations in Uganda said today while releasing the CSO Position Paper on the NGO Bill today. Although the proposed Bill contains some progressive provisions, most of it requires reconsideration lest they curtail people’s right to freedoms of association, expression and […]

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74% of the NGO Bill must be amended, Civil Society urge Parliament

The gazetted Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015 is a perpetuation of systemic repressive laws crafted to curtail civic spaces, Civil Society Organizations in Uganda said today while releasing the CSO Position Paper on the NGO Bill today. Although the proposed Bill contains some progressive provisions, most of it requires reconsideration lest they curtail people’s right to freedoms of association, expression and […]

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UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song

NGOs spearheaded by UNNGOF with support from the Southern Africa Trust were running a campaign over the last two years to champion increased investment for nutrition interventions in Uganda. We also hoped that through this campaign we would build momentum for the passing of the Food and Nutrition Bill that has been shelved since 2009. […]

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UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song

NGOs spearheaded by UNNGOF with support from the Southern Africa Trust were running a campaign over the last two years to champion increased investment for nutrition interventions in Uganda. We also hoped that through this campaign we would build momentum for the passing of the Food and Nutrition Bill that has been shelved since 2009. […]

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UNNGOF launches the “Kyolya Kyoli” Nutrition Song

NGOs spearheaded by UNNGOF with support from the Southern Africa Trust were running a campaign over the last two years to champion increased investment for nutrition interventions in Uganda. We also hoped that through this campaign we would build momentum for the passing of the Food and Nutrition Bill that has been shelved since 2009. […]

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What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting April 2015 | Incheon Korea

As the world prepares for the adoption of a global sustainable development agenda for the next fifteen years, leaders from government, the private sector, academia and civil society held a three-day high-level symposium in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to grapple with the topic ‘Development cooperation for people and planet: What will it take?’. Korean Minister […]

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What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting April 2015 | Incheon Korea

As the world prepares for the adoption of a global sustainable development agenda for the next fifteen years, leaders from government, the private sector, academia and civil society held a three-day high-level symposium in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to grapple with the topic ‘Development cooperation for people and planet: What will it take?’. Korean Minister […]

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What will it take to realise sustainable development – high-level UN meeting April 2015 | Incheon Korea

As the world prepares for the adoption of a global sustainable development agenda for the next fifteen years, leaders from government, the private sector, academia and civil society held a three-day high-level symposium in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to grapple with the topic ‘Development cooperation for people and planet: What will it take?’. Korean Minister […]

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How valuable is your vote?

As the country prepares for the 2016 General Elections with both promise and anxiety, we need to pay attention to the different manifestations of electoral corruption, with a bias towards vote-buying, vote-selling, bribery and fake procurements. The month of March ushers in the Easter Season which presents a great opportunity for citizens to start engaging with their leaders […]

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How valuable is your vote?

As the country prepares for the 2016 General Elections with both promise and anxiety, we need to pay attention to the different manifestations of electoral corruption, with a bias towards vote-buying, vote-selling, bribery and fake procurements. The month of March ushers in the Easter Season which presents a great opportunity for citizens to start engaging with their leaders […]

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How valuable is your vote?

As the country prepares for the 2016 General Elections with both promise and anxiety, we need to pay attention to the different manifestations of electoral corruption, with a bias towards vote-buying, vote-selling, bribery and fake procurements. The month of March ushers in the Easter Season which presents a great opportunity for citizens to start engaging with their leaders […]

Read more
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How valuable is your vote?

As the country prepares for the 2016 General Elections with both promise and anxiety, we need to pay attention to the different manifestations of electoral corruption, with a bias towards vote-buying, vote-selling, bribery and fake procurements. The month of March ushers in the Easter Season which presents a great opportunity for citizens to start engaging with their leaders […]

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CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform

The Uganda National NGO Forum in collaboration with the Uganda Social Protection Platform held a national public dialogue under the theme ‘Social Protection: towards a more inclusive growth strategy for Uganda’. The dialogue will provide a platform to discuss the rationale, potential and challenges of establishing a comprehensive social protection system in Uganda that will […]

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CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform

The Uganda National NGO Forum in collaboration with the Uganda Social Protection Platform held a national public dialogue under the theme ‘Social Protection: towards a more inclusive growth strategy for Uganda’. The dialogue will provide a platform to discuss the rationale, potential and challenges of establishing a comprehensive social protection system in Uganda that will […]

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CSOs Urge Government to Fund Social Protection Platform

The Uganda National NGO Forum in collaboration with the Uganda Social Protection Platform held a national public dialogue under the theme ‘Social Protection: towards a more inclusive growth strategy for Uganda’. The dialogue will provide a platform to discuss the rationale, potential and challenges of establishing a comprehensive social protection system in Uganda that will […]

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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…