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UNNGOF Prepares for Aga Khan Foundation Learning Assessment in Arua

March 24, 2024 2:04 am Published by Comments Off on UNNGOF Prepares for Aga Khan Foundation Learning Assessment in Arua

From the 19th -21st January 2016, The Uganda National NGO Forum, together with Uwezo Uganda and A-C-O-R-D Arua organized a training of volunteers for the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Learning Assessment at Ediofe Youth Center. The 20 trained volunteers were selected from 10 villages (Idioa, Egara B, Academy, Ayiforo, Mvara Central, Anori, […]


All CSOs Ought to Be Legit

March 17, 2024 7:03 pm Published by Comments Off on All CSOs Ought to Be Legit

It is a fact – Civil Society Organizations provide vehicles or space for people to participate in development and social change in ways that would not be possible through conventional government programs.   As they engage in development processes, they are expected to comply with the regulatory framework and the different […]


Registration for RINGO Learning Festival is Open!

March 17, 2024 6:53 pm Published by Comments Off on Registration for RINGO Learning Festival is Open!

We are delighted to announce that registration for the RINGO Learning Festival is now open! Click here to secure your spot in the festival: https://whova.com/portal/registration/ringo_202210/ Join us for a 4-day virtual* Learning Festival where we will celebrate the work we have done together in the RINGO Project and share our learnings with our allies and […]


Children should not be left behind in the SDGs Campaign

December 5, 2023 1:47 pm Published by Comments Off on Children should not be left behind in the SDGs Campaign

A 12-year old Justice Barack Edward from Green Hill Primary school challenges development practitioners not to leave children behind as they roll out SDGs campaign arguing that sustainable development can only be achieved if children are considered since they are the ultimate consumers of the services. Edward condemned the injustice […]


Women at the Centre of Humanitarian Response

December 5, 2023 1:43 pm Published by Comments Off on Women at the Centre of Humanitarian Response

With support from OXFAM and UNNGOF, the African Women and Youth Action for Development (AWYAD) in partnership with the Humanitarian platform rolled out two-day program focused on three domains; Importance, and strengthening the knowledge of women humanitarian leaders in humanitarian principles, such that they can ably design and implement humanitarian […]


Local Humanitarian Actors urge Government to prioritize the Rights of Refugees

December 5, 2023 1:39 pm Published by Comments Off on Local Humanitarian Actors urge Government to prioritize the Rights of Refugees

Today, Uganda is hosting more than 1.4 million refugees in various parts of the country, and the majority being hosted in the country’s poorest region. Uganda has been a haven for the refugees fleeing from DRC and South Sudan, even in the midst of a global crisis like COVID-19, the […]


Local Humanitarian Actors Push for the Realization of the Localisation Agenda

December 5, 2023 1:36 pm Published by Comments Off on Local Humanitarian Actors Push for the Realization of the Localisation Agenda

With the increasing rise in the number and complexity of protracted crises over the last decade, there has been a corresponding challenge for humanitarian actors to maintain the capacity to respond, at the right scale. To address this challenge, consultations which took place ahead of the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit […]


Time’s Up! Shift the spotlight to the Community

Time’s Up! Shift the spotlight to the Community

July 5, 2023 9:52 am Published by Comments Off on Time’s Up! Shift the spotlight to the Community

“We are not shifting power, what we need to shift is the spotlight on power. If for a long time, the spotlight has been on our power, it’s time to share the space, let’s shift it elsewhere. We keep giving spotlight on the things we complain about. In this discourse […]


The Uganda National NGO Forum has taken note of the ongoing

July 4, 2023 11:18 am Published by Comments Off on The Uganda National NGO Forum has taken note of the ongoing

As a sector that aspires to be transparent and publicly accountable, we are actively listening and documenting the numerous concerns that are being raised online. We shall, after the NGO Exhibition is completed as per the timelines of the organisers, collate all the feedback, and commit to collectively discuss and […]