Democratic Processes that Build Citizen-State Relationships Partners

Wizards Foundation is a not for profit media organization that specializes in producing radio and television programmes for positive social change. These programmes are shared amongst different communities in Uganda through: a network of more than 70 upcountry (partner) radio... read more

African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) is a non-profit media support organisation that strategically occupies the space between the media industry and academic institutions that train journalists. The centre champions excellence in journalism and mass communication in... read more

Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda that was formed in 2007 and incorporated in 2000. A membership organisation with 615 members to date, UNNGOF seeks to provide a sharing and reflection platform for NGOs to... read more

HRNJ-U was established in 2005 by a group of human rights minded journalists who developed a sense of activism amidst a deteriorating context due to glaring violations and abuses targeting the media. The Network gained formal registration as an independent non-profit and non-... read more

Brief Profile: Uganda Radio Network (URN) is a news agency and journalism training center that started in October 2005. URN provides accurate and reliable news and information to media outlets around the country, while at the same time increasing the capacity... read more

Masindi District NGO Forum (MDNF) is a regional civil society network that was founded and registered in 199. MDNF over time has been making interventions on Human rights monitoring and advocacy; Policy Research and Advocacy; Anti-corruption campaign; Access to Information;... read more

Western Ankole Civil Society Forum - WACSOF is a Sub-National Platform for Citizens’ Organisations operating in the Ankole Sub-region, Western Uganda. WACSOF was established in November 2005 and registered as a Non-Governmental Organization. The Membership is comprised of... read more

KACSOA was established in the year 2000. KACSOA is network of approximately 83 active NGOs and CSOs operating in Sebei sub-region. KACSOA started after a realization that the CSO fraternity in the region was working in isolation, with very limited collaboration and interaction... read more

Kabarole Research and Resource Center (KRC) is a well-established NGO operating in the Rwenzori Region of Western Uganda. KRC was found in 1996 and started implementing projects in research, micro projects/ Income generation, human rights promotion, peace and conflict... read more

Community Development and Child Welfare Initiatives (CODI) is an indigenous child, governance and human rights focused non-governmental organization based in Wobulenzi Town Council of Luweero district.  CODI attained its registration with the NGO Board in March 1996;... read more

Uganda Project Implementation and Management Centre (UPIMAC) is a Non-Governmental Organization registered with the National NGO Board, Ministry of Internal Affairs. The centre was founded in the year 1997 and started its operations in 1999.

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Amuria District Development Agency (ADDA) is an independent, not for profit local Non-Governmental Organization formed on 8th August 2006 as a service organization complementing government efforts in providing community based and focused development programmes. It... read more

Citizen Empowerment, Engagement, and Accountability Partners

The Human Rights Centre Uganda (Centre) is a nonprofit organization established in November 2008 with the sole aim of contributing to the protection and promotion of the rights of human rights defenders in Uganda. The vision is a society in which every... read more

The ULS is an association of lawyers established under the Uganda Law Society Act. It is charged with ensuring high levels of professionalism among lawyers in Uganda. With DGF funding, ULS runs two projects i.e. the Pro bono and the Legal Aid Projects.

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The Uganda Law Council is a body established by the Advocates Act, Cap. 267 (as amended). It is charged with the mandate of regulating the legal profession and legal aid service provision to indigent persons in Uganda. One of the functions of the Law Council under the ... read more

As a registered non-governmental organisation (NGO), the Uganda Christian Lawyers Fraternity seeks to mobilize Christian lawyers to serve the indigent community of Uganda by ensuring that God’s character of justice and mercy is communicated in both words and action

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The Refugee Law Project (RLP) was established in 1999 to provide legal aid to asylum seekers and refugees in Uganda. This was in response to an extensive research project that found out that despite Uganda's strong international reputation for providing asylum to refugees,... read more

Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is a National Civil Society Organization founded in 2000. PLA is focused on promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable and marginalized workers through empowerment of communities and individuals in Uganda. They target vulnerable and... read more

The Public Interest Law Clinic (PILAC) was established at the School of Law, Makerere University in January 2012, becoming the first clinic established at a university in Uganda. PILAC seeks to promote a hands-on experiential learning as well as exposing students to ‘live’... read more

NUDIPU is an umbrella NGO that brings together various categories of persons with disabilities. It was formed in 1987 after small fragmented groups thought of having one umbrella institution that would promote their rights.

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