A bit about our background

Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) is a coalition of over 150 child-focused organizations
including community-based, national, and international NGOs working for the welfare and rights of over 3
million vulnerable children in Uganda. Established in 1997 to spearhead the generation of the NGO
Alternative report on the progress of implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child,
the Network has over the years played a leading role in mobilizing child focused organizations for
collective action at national, regional and international level and has been the CSO voice on child rights in
Uganda. UCRNN’s current programs include
– Monitoring and reporting on the implementation of national, regional, and international child rights

– Collective Advocacy on key child rights concerns and issues;

– Promoting the understanding and application of the child rights principles and standards;

– Knowledge generation for evidence-based Advocacy;

– Child Rights awareness