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Announcement :

Call for expression of interest for the provision of consultancy services to develop the NGO Alternative Report on the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the two Optional Protocols in Uganda

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Welcome to UCRNN

Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) is a coalition of child-focused organizations comprising of community based, national and international non-governmental organizations advocating for the rights of children in Uganda.


The vision of UCRNN is “A society where all children’s rights are realised”


“UCRNN exists to undertake collective action for promotion and protection of children’s rights in Uganda”

Principles and core values

  • Child participation
  • Non-discrimination
  • Transparency
  • Accountability
  • Fairness

To achieve this goal, UCRNN will pursue the following strategic objectives in 2014 - 2018:


UCRNN strives to broaden and deepen the Child Rights Agenda in Uganda by collaborating and contributing to the effective role of 106 member organizations by 2018.

Strategic Focus:

  • To achieve the above vision, three (3) specific strategic objectives were set. These include:
  • To collectively advocate for the implementation of the rights and responsibilities of children.
  • To collectively monitor the implementation of and promote understanding of child rights at all levels in Uganda.
  • To strengthen the institutional capacity of the Network to fulfill its mandate

The above objectives were planned to be realized through interventions in three (3) programme areas that are aligned to each of the objectives. These included;

  • Collective advocacy
  • Monitoring and promoting child rights instruments
  • Institutional development
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UCRNN Adopts 5 year strategy

In 2013, UCRNN undertook a strategic review and organizational capacity assessment that led to the recasting  of the strategic plan of 2010/2014. A  forum that brought together the Board of Directors, members and strategic partners to share the study recommendations led to development of the new strategic plan 2014/2018 and a rebirth of a new organizational structure.

In addition, an extensive advocacy strategy for the network is being developed that will guide the network's advocacy agenda.