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Civil Society Act toward Effective Implementation of SDGs in Uganda

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Nearly two years have passed since world leaders announced a replacer framework of the Millennium Development Goals, termed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the 2015 United Nations Summit in New York. The SDGs were formulated on an overarching principle of “Leave No One Behind” through crosscutting global consultations in what many have since referred […]

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 […]

UNNGOF Launches Key Reports

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On 23rd March 2016, Uganda National NGO Forum launched 3 key reports to a gathering of over 300 CSOs at Royal Suites Hotel Bugolobi. These three reports will be a huge resource to the civil sector and various other stakeholders at large. THE 2015 CSO SUSTAINABILITY INDEX REPORT This report, which includes a whole chapter […]

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 […]

“Put Your Money Where Your Mouths Are”- Citizens Tell State Parties to the African Anti-Corruption Convention

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PRESS RELEASE December 15, 2016-Arusha, as the world celebrated International Anti-Corruption Day, over 75 individuals representing African social movements including youth and faith based organisations, civil society organisations, the academia and research institutions, members of parliament, government officials, African constitutional bodies, the African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) and the African Union Commission (AUC), […]

THE 2015 CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION SUSTAINABILITY INDEX FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

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For the seventh year in a row, the 2015 CSO Sustainability Index for Sub-Saharan Africa offers a snapshot of seven key dimensions affecting the sustainability of CSO sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa-legal environment, organizational capacity, financial viability, advocacy, service provision, infrastructure, and public image. The index reflects a complex, rapidly changing region, where CSOs make vital […]

Strengthening Collaboration and Citizen Participation for Effective Delivery of the 2030 Agenda in Uganda

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The 2030 Agenda is a development framework comprised of seventeen aspiration goals and one hundred sixty-nine targets upon which global development will be measured over fifteen years, from January 2016 until 2030. Several issues remain critical as United Nations member states progress through successful implementation and delivery on the agenda. During the formulation and throughout […]

Opinion Polls are Key in Monitoring Governance.

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On 13th December 2016, Uganda National NGO Forum with Uganda Governance Monitoring Platform in partnership with Research World International launched the 2nd Socio-Political and Governance Poll report at Golf Course Hotel. Attended by governance analysts, political practitioners, Civil society, donors and media, the launch provided an opportunity for dialogue on Uganda’s governance, covering a wide […]