Category Archives: Staff Articles

Positive Attitude towards Work is the Way to Fight Poverty.

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On 1st May 2017, CSOs, Government, Private sector and people from all walks of life gathered at Saza grounds, Kamuge sub-county in Pallisa district for the national celebrations to mark International Labour Day. The celebrations under the theme: ‘‘Building the Nation through Good Work Ethics’’ was attended by dignitaries, including the President, H.E Yoweri K. […]

Organizational Learning is Fundamental for Growth

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Successful networks are more process oriented in their management, rather than deeply rooted in hierarchical bureaucracies. They also focus on value creation for members and their beneficiaries, rather than succumbing to self-defeating competition, both internally and across organizational boundaries. It’s important to note that CSO Networks are made up of diverse membership that comes with […]

Achieving SDGs! A dream for Kalangala?

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Citizens in Kalangala have expressed concern that achieving the Sustainable Development Goals is far from near because of what they called “breakdown” in service delivery. Citizens expressed discontent over the breakdown, stressing that accessing services from government facilities remains a nightmare. Citizens argued that government has only enabled the rich to get richer while the […]

CSOs, Academia and Private Sector call for Regulation of the Economy

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On 22nd March 2017, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF), in Partnership with the Centre for Basic Research (CBR) organized a National Level scenario building Session on the state of the Economy. This was attended by Academia, Private Sector, CSOs and Students of Economics and Sociology. The main objective of the session was to analyze the […]

UNNGOF Holds 15th AGM

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On 23rd March 2017, the Uganda National NGO Forum held its 15th Annual General Meeting at Royal Suites Bugolobi. The AGM was attended by 85% of the paid-up members including District NGOs, National NGOs, International NGOs, Faith Based Organizations as well CSO Networks both at National and Sub National level. Hon. Idah Mehangye, the UNNGOF […]

NGOs in Masaka District Resolve to Revamp Masaka NGO Forum

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As part of the CSOs regional learning event, Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) supported Masaka NGO Forum to hold a stakeholders’ meeting to reflect on the different aspects of the Network. The reflection was against a background that Masaka NGO Forum has been experiencing many operational challenges that have almost brought her operations on a […]

ICCO Empowers Communities to Demand for Quality Service Delivery

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ICCO-Cooperation is rolling out a Convening and Convincing (C&C) Program in Lango, Teso and Karamoja region. This program is developed in line with the Uganda social and political context, past and current ICCO Consortium members program track record, and within the overall C&C programmatic framework. ICCO-Cooperation in this program focuses on the three pathways; Political […]

Regular Capacity Building key to Eliminating Briefcase NGOs- Jinja Chairperson

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The LC V Chairperson Jinja District, Mr. Titus Kisambira applauded Uganda National NGO Forum for regularly conducting capacity building trainings for NGOs in the country arguing that most people start NGOs without essential skills to run them leading into brief case NGOs. Mr. Kisambira, who confessed to a strong NGO background, stressed his appreciation for […]