What is the role of TOORONET?

The Network role has evolved since establishment, exits for two (2) main purposes:

  • To provide a joint platform for members to promote a collective approach to efficiently and effectively coordinate interventions and address key issues of common interests.
  • To provide a coordinated approach through which CSOs, the Government, the development partners, and other external stakeholders can exchange information and shared expertise, and establish guidelines for a more coordinated, efficient, and effective service delivery.

What benefits will a CSO derive if it joins the Network?

  • Collective Voice to engage and influence Government and other stakeholders on issues of concern to NGOs.
  • Sharing, Learning, Networking, and open debate on topical issues for engagement.
  • Representation of members’ views and interests in lobbying for relevant policy change.
  • Opportunity to stand for election to TooroNet Governance Organs such as the Board. Members can provide comments and offer recommendations to the Governance Organs on matters relevant to the activities of TooroNet/KANCA.
  • Technical specialized advice and support on different aspects to enable your organization to grow and improve its work.
  • Have a common place for resource sharing;

To learn more, visit our membership page

How is the network Financed?

Funding of the Network is supported by donations from development partners and membership contributions.

Where is the Network Secretariat located?

The Secretariat is located at Maguru A, Mucwa, Kijanju Ward, Central Division of Fort Portal Tourism City in Western Uganda. It exists primarily to serve the needs of its members and to act in their interest for better delivery of service to beneficiaries.

How can a CSO become a member of the Network?

An organization wishing to become a member submits a duly filled out membership Application form together with the following attachments:

  • A copy of the Certification of Registration from the NGO Bureau
  • A copy of the Organization’s Constitution;
  • A copy of the most recent Annual Report
  • Recommendation from Local Government
  • Pay membership fee

To learn more, visit our membership page

Where does the Network operate from?

The network operates from the Tooro region, comprising of Fort Portal City, Kabarole District, Bunyangabu District, Kamwenge District, Kitagwenda District, Kyenjojo District, and Kyegegwa Districts.