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UNNGOF Successfully Holds the 22nd General Assembly

April 18, 2024    By NGO Forum

The Uganda National NGO Forum convened its 22nd General Assembly on the 18th of April 2024, marking a significant milestone in the organisation’s journey. Under the theme of “Building Community Agency and Advancing Accountability,” the assembly served as a platform to reflect on the achievements and challenges of the past […]

Accountability is Key, but Relevance is Desirable.

April 5, 2024    By NGO Forum

Civil society, the world over, is considered a force for good. NGOs, an integral part of civil society organizations, play a variety of roles in development and social change processes. In Uganda, civil society organizations more broadly and the NGO sector specifically are widely recognized in the humanitarian, development and […]

NGO Leaders’ Learning Excursion to The Albertine Graben.

March 27, 2024    By NGO Forum

It was a breathtaking experience for selected NGO leaders that toured the oil and gas production sites in the Albertine region on the 25th and 26th March 2024.  While setting the scene for the visit, Dr. Arthur Beinomugisha, the Executive Director of ACODE underscored the value of the learning visit. […]

UNNGOF Prepares for Aga Khan Foundation Learning Assessment in Arua

March 24, 2024    By NGO Forum Administrator

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, […]

30 UNNGOF Members Trained in Documentation and Storytelling.

March 22, 2024    By NGO Forum

Stories remain one of the most important tools for CSOs to demonstrate the impact of project interventions, as seen through the eyes of the participants (beneficiaries), implementers and other affected stakeholders. As part of learning, stories provide a framework and context for potential improvements, scale-up and concretizing models and approaches. […]

All CSOs Ought to Be Legit

March 17, 2024    By NGO Forum Administrator

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    By NGO Forum Administrator

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 […]

Call for Service Providers at CECORE

March 17, 2024    By NGO Forum Administrator

Our member, Center for Conflict Resolution (CECORE) in the process of selecting service providers for the following items/services.

Are Hand Washing Practices a Preserve for Transmissible Disease Outbreaks? WECISNET Spearheads Sanitation Awakening in Yumbe District.

March 15, 2024    By NGO Forum

Community conversations about service delivery are a cornerstone of empowerment and active involvement among residents. Such engagements provide a forum for voicing community needs lamentations and proposals, ensuring services are bespoke to the community’s distinct priorities. This interactive method heightens the responsiveness of service delivery and fosters community ownership and […]

Addressing Educational Gaps: Communities’ Call for Inclusivity and Responsibility.

March 9, 2024    By NGO Forum

Inclusivity and Responsibility for Impactful Educational Outcomes In a TOPOWA Forum discussion held in Kadatumi Trading centre, in Bulalaka village, Kadatumi Parish, Katira/Kameruka Sub-County in Budaka district, a local “boda-boda” (Motorcycle riders) association brought to light pressing concerns about the state of education in their community. The discussion on March […]