NGOs Affirming their Relevance to Communities; Bufumira Island Development Association The 28th Edition of the BM Newsletter The 27th Edition of the Black Monday Newsletter! CSOs Call For Culture of Peace and Condemn the Disrespect for Rule of Law, Constitutionalism and Freedom of Assembly MATCHING QUANTITY WITH QUALITY – How Multi-stakeholder Dialogue can Enhance Financing for Development African CSOs Unite Towards Suitable Outcomes of the Upcoming UN Financing For Development Meeting in Addis Ababa. African CSOs Unite Towards Suitable Outcomes of the Upcoming UN Financing For Development Meeting in Addis Ababa. Affirming Our Relevance – Celebrating 5 Years of the National CSO Fair!
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NGOs Affirming their Relevance to Communities; Bufumira Island Development Association

As part of its membership and servicing function, UNNGOF in partnership with Kalangala District NGO Forum (KADINGO), paid courtesy visits to her members on Ssese Islands on 23rd July 2015. The team led by the Executive Director Mr. Richard Ssewakiryanga, visited Bufumira Island Development Association (BIDA), an organization spearheading the achievement of sustainable development for […]

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The 28th Edition of the BM Newsletter

We are pleased to share with you the 28th Edition of the BM Newsletter. The 28th Edition expounds further the call for an end to vote buying and selling. We bring various religious leaders’ voices on this issue and the plea to the country. The edition also presents a carton graphical demonstration of the theft scandals […]

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The 27th Edition of the Black Monday Newsletter!

We are pleased to share with you the 27th Edition of the Black Monday Newsletter! We continue to highlight the way electoral corruption broadly affects key sectors of the economy as we call upon all citizens to shun it. In the 27th Edition of the newsletter, you will find analysis on how the labour sector has been sacrificed […]

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CSOs Call For Culture of Peace and Condemn the Disrespect for Rule of Law, Constitutionalism and Freedom of Assembly

At a Press conference held at HURINET offices the morning of Monday 13th July 2015, representatives of civil society organizations came together to call for an impartial and independent Police Force and decry the growing trend towards militarism in handling public order affairs. Ms Margaret Sekagya of the Human Right Center highlighted the seemingly selective […]

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MATCHING QUANTITY WITH QUALITY – How Multi-stakeholder Dialogue can Enhance Financing for Development

As proactive supporters of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation, the Governments of Uganda and Sweden along with the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE), have co-organized a side event at the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. This side event will look at what works and what does […]

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African CSOs Unite Towards Suitable Outcomes of the Upcoming UN Financing For Development Meeting in Addis Ababa.

The Morning of Tuesday 7th July saw over 70 delegates from over 25 countries on the African continent join as a constituency to consolidate their common messages around the forthcoming 3rd United Nations International Conference on Financing for Development slated for 13th – 16th July 2015 in Addis Ababa. In collaboration with Reality of Aid […]

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African CSOs Unite Towards Suitable Outcomes of the Upcoming UN Financing For Development Meeting in Addis Ababa.

The Morning of Tuesday 7th July saw over 70 delegates from over 25 countries on the African continent join as a constituency to consolidate their common messages around the forthcoming 3rd United Nations International Conference on Financing for Development slated for 13th – 16th July 2015 in Addis Ababa. In collaboration with Reality of Aid Africa Network, Uganda National […]

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Affirming Our Relevance – Celebrating 5 Years of the National CSO Fair!

On the 25th and 26th of June 2015, Hotel Africana Kampala was the place to be! With exhibitors in hundreds and visitors to the stalls in thousands, the People’s Space was a colorful display of the diversity and richness in content of civil society work. The 20 parallel sessions, with rich and interactive discussions on the economic, […]

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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…