Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda. Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda. Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda. Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda. Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda. Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases 13th Annual General Assembly Meeting 13th Annual General Assembly Meeting 13th Annual General Assembly Meeting 13th Annual General Assembly Meeting Billions of Shillings Stolen from EAC Secretariat Billions of Shillings Stolen from EAC Secretariat Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!! Peaceful Power Transition Central to Uganda’s Prosperity
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Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda.

Uganda is said to have over 10,000 NGOs registered yet most are allegedly non-operational alias “brief case organisations.” Whereas many Local Governments have criticised NGOs in rural areas for not performing, Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA) set itself apart. Upon entry into Kikandwa town, KEA is praised, even by the sub-county leadership, for their work towards […]

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Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda.

Uganda is said to have over 10,000 NGOs registered yet most are allegedly non-operational alias “brief case organisations.” Whereas many Local Governments have criticised NGOs in rural areas for not performing, Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA) set itself apart. Upon entry into Kikandwa town, KEA is praised, even by the sub-county leadership, for their work towards […]

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Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda.

Uganda is said to have over 10,000 NGOs registered yet most are allegedly non-operational alias “brief case organisations.” Whereas many Local Governments have criticised NGOs in rural areas for not performing, Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA) set itself apart. Upon entry into Kikandwa town, KEA is praised, even by the sub-county leadership, for their work towards […]

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Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda.

Uganda is said to have over 10,000 NGOs registered yet most are allegedly non-operational alias “brief case organisations.” Whereas many Local Governments have criticised NGOs in rural areas for not performing, Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA) set itself apart. Upon entry into Kikandwa town, KEA is praised, even by the sub-county leadership, for their work towards […]

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Civil Society Leaders Learn from a community Immersion at Kikandwa Environmental Association in Central Uganda.

Uganda is said to have over 10,000 NGOs registered yet most are allegedly non-operational alias “brief case organisations.” Whereas many Local Governments have criticised NGOs in rural areas for not performing, Kikandwa Environmental Association (KEA) set itself apart. Upon entry into Kikandwa town, KEA is praised, even by the sub-county leadership, for their work towards […]

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Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases

As you are aware Civil Society started off the year in high gear with the release of the CSO New message where a number of issues were raised including the need to make 2016 count in the fight against theft of public funds. In the next few months we shall be sharing the 2015 Black Monday Movement […]

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Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases

As you are aware Civil Society started off the year in high gear with the release of the CSO New message where a number of issues were raised including the need to make 2016 count in the fight against theft of public funds. In the next few months we shall be sharing the 2015 Black Monday Movement […]

Read more
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Corruption in Uganda’s Education Sector as Failure in PLE Increases

As you are aware Civil Society started off the year in high gear with the release of the CSO New message where a number of issues were raised including the need to make 2016 count in the fight against theft of public funds. In the next few months we shall be sharing the 2015 Black Monday Movement […]

Read more
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13th Annual General Assembly Meeting

Uganda National NGO Forum is pleased to announce the 13th annual General Assembly meeting scheduled for Thursday 19th March 2015 at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel, Ndeeba. This year, the meeting will run with a pre-AGM activity under the theme “Internal Governance, Accountability and Standards.” As a –platform organisation, UNNGOF seeks to ensure that our sector is accountable […]

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13th Annual General Assembly Meeting

Uganda National NGO Forum is pleased to announce the 13th annual General Assembly meeting scheduled for Thursday 19th March 2015 at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel, Ndeeba. This year, the meeting will run with a pre-AGM activity under the theme “Internal Governance, Accountability and Standards.” As a –platform organisation, UNNGOF seeks to ensure that our sector is accountable and […]

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13th Annual General Assembly Meeting

Uganda National NGO Forum is pleased to announce the 13th annual General Assembly meeting scheduled for Thursday 19th March 2015 at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel, Ndeeba. This year, the meeting will run with a pre-AGM activity under the theme “Internal Governance, Accountability and Standards.” As a –platform organisation, UNNGOF seeks to ensure that our sector is accountable and […]

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13th Annual General Assembly Meeting

Uganda National NGO Forum is pleased to announce the 13th annual General Assembly meeting scheduled for Thursday 19th March 2015 at Pope Paul Memorial Hotel, Ndeeba. This year, the meeting will run with a pre-AGM activity under the theme “Internal Governance, Accountability and Standards.” As a –platform organisation, UNNGOF seeks to ensure that our sector is accountable and […]

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Billions of Shillings Stolen from EAC Secretariat

An audit of the East African Community financial operations has unearthed massive theft of billions of shillings, tainting the reputation of the regional law-making assembly.  The Report on the review of the EAC Financial Statements for the year ended 30th June 2013 said there is need to “comply to Financial Rules and Regulations, completion of […]

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Billions of Shillings Stolen from EAC Secretariat

 An audit of the East African Community financial operations has unearthed massive theft of billions of shillings, tainting the reputation of the regional law-making assembly.  The Report on the review of the EAC Financial Statements for the year ended 30th June 2013 said there is need to “comply to Financial Rules and Regulations, completion of […]

Read more
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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

Read more
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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

Read more
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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

Read more
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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

Read more
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Action 2015 is here: Leave No One Behind!!!

“As we draw closer to the 2015 global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) deadline, the post-2015 development discussion is the single most important debate of our time because any global framework agreed upon by world leaders this year will guide future government policies and spending on social and economic development, not only in developing countries, but […]

Read more
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Peaceful Power Transition Central to Uganda’s Prosperity

Uganda’s political history has been characterized by a violent transfer of power from one president to another. The recent entrenchment of patronage evidenced by deepened narrowing of civic space seen in the offing of unconstitutional legislation such as the Public Order and Management Act, has raised the level of anxiety about political transition in the […]

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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…