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Authored by Uganda Nationa… | On: Fri, 08/20/2021 - 13:00

We have learned of the recent statement by the National Bureau for NGOs in relation to compliance with NGO Act, 2016 by some organizations.

While we encourage our partners and members to comply with the law, we are concerned that the Press Statement was released without prior notice to some of the affected organizations. We have already contacted the majority of the organizations and learned that many of them were neither informed of the decision nor given an opportunity to respond before this press release. 


Vijana Corps launches its 2021-2026 Strategic Plan.

Authored by admin | On: Wed, 08/04/2021 - 15:50

"To engender a culture that empowers and creates room for active participation of youth in order to achieve social justice and equitable development in Uganda."

Established in 2013, Vijana Corps is a Ugandan-based, youth-focused organization working to achieve the above mission and realize an enlightened, empowered, and productive youth.  

Local Humanitarian Actors urge Government to prioritize the Rights of Refugees

Authored by editor | On: Fri, 04/30/2021 - 14:15

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 country has found ways to manage border restrictions in a manner which respects international human rights and refugee protection standards. The country has been praised for having one of the most progressive and generous refugee laws and policy regimes in the world.

Women at the Centre of Humanitarian Response

Authored by editor | On: Fri, 04/30/2021 - 12:42

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 programs in line with the acceptable standards.

Children should not be left behind in the SDGs Campaign

Authored by editor | On: Fri, 04/30/2021 - 11:00

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 against children like child negligence, domestic violence, teenage pregnancy, denial of education which all violate the SDGs 3, 4, 5, 16 among others.

CCFU Annual Report 2020 released

Authored by Robert Ninyesiga | On: Wed, 04/28/2021 - 11:03

Initiated and incorporated in June 2006, The Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda, a member of UNNGOF, is a national not-for-profit nongovernmental organization whose mission is to "promote the recognition of culture as vital for human development that responds to our national identity and diversity." The Foundation's mission is premised on the conviction that the positive aspects of culture can be harnessed to bring about sustainable, social, and economic transformation, recognizing the dynamis