Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU)


Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU) is a civil society organization that brings together like-minded entities and individual actors whose preoccupation is publicizing, exposing and advocating for curbing corruption in Uganda. ACCU aims at creating an accountable and corruption free society

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Transparency International Uganda (TI-U)

Transparency International Uganda (TIU) is a national chapter of Transparency International – the global coalition against corruption. TIU ‘s interventions are contributing towards a corruption free Uganda where the citizens actively condemn corruption and demand for accountability while leaders and public officials uphold the principles of good governance.

Rwenzori Anti-Corruption Coalition (RAC)

RAC is a coalition of civil society organizations empowering communities to expose and cause action against corruption through social accountability mechanisms to improve service delivery in Rwenzori region. The coalition is operating in the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu, Kyenjojo, Kamwenge, Kitagwenda, Ntoroko and Kyegegwa.

Teso Anti-Corruption Coalition (TAC)

TAC is a coalition of regional based organizations in the Teso sub region in Eastern Uganda that is addressing the challenge of poor governance. Specifically, TAC seeks to improve accountability and transparency by tackling corruption through social mobilizing and organizing of communities to monitor government actions, policies and programmes; and demand for accountability and action. TAC operates in the districts of Soroti, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Abim, Kumi, Serere, Ngora, Amuria, and Pallisa districts.

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Mid West Rwenzori Anti-Corruption Coalition (MIRAC)

Mid west Rwenzori Anti Coalition (MIRAC) is a platform through which civil society organizations promote transparency and accountability in public office, enhance social justice, and improve service delivery and social livelihood through anti-corruption interventions. MIRAC operates in the districts of Hoima, Kikuube, Buliisa, Masindi, Kibaale and Kagadi

The Apac Anti-Corruption Coalition (TAAC)

The Apac Anti-Corruption Coalition (TAACC) is a consortium of members comprising of CBOs, NGOs, Media Houses and Individual Activists focused on mobilizing, empowering and strengthening capacity of citizens to engage, and demand effective and sustainable service delivery from duty bearers. TAAC operates in Lango sub region in the districts of Apac, Kole and Oyam.

Kick Corruption out of Uganda (KICK)

KICK-U is a coalition of indigenous Civil Society Organizations, special interest groups and individuals in Uganda, working in partnership with public and private institutions to fight against corruption and abuse of fundamental human Rights to access vital development services. KICK operates in Kigezi region in the districts of Kabale, Kanungu, Rubanda, Rukungiri and Kisoro.

MAYANK Anti Corruption Coalition (MACCO)

MAYANK Anti-Corruption Coalition (MACCO) is a regional anticorruption CSO network based in West Nile sub region. MACCO works to enhance transparency, accountability and responsive governance with a view to improve service delivery, and human rights by fighting against corruption. MACCO operates in the districts of Marach, Arua Yumbe, Adjumani, Nebbi and Koboko.

Anti-corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB)

Anti-corruption Coalition of Busoga (ACCOB) is a platform of civil society actors that are engaging in fighting corruption in Busoga region. ACCOB contributes to community empowerment to demand for transparent and accountability of public resources. Through civic engagement ACCOB promotes political and electoral accountability. ACCOB operates in the districts of Iganga,Mayuge,Luuka,Namutumba and Busembetia districts.

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Western Ankole Civil Society Forum (WACSOF)

Western Ankole Civil Society Forum – WACSOF is a platform for CSOs operating at Ankole region. WACSOF influences governance and development processes, to deepen democracy and contribute to equitable and sustainable development in Ankole region. WACSOF operates in the districts of Mbarara,Bushenyi,Mitooma and Rubirizi districts.


Moroto Nakapiripirit Religious Leaders Initiative for Peace (MONARLIP)

Moroto Nakapiripirit Religious Leaders Initiative for Peace (MONARLIP) is a non-governmental organisation operating in Moroto and Nakapiripirit districts of Uganda. MONARLIP’s focuses on creating an environment in which marginalised men and women are empowered to foster sustainable peace, dignity in diversity and equal access to opportunities and resources in Karamoja. MONARLIP engages in accountability and civic engagement to promote political and electoral accountability.

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Community Development and Child Welfare Initiative (CODI)

Welfare Initiatives (CODI) is an indigenous child, governance and human rights focused non-governmental organization that envisions “a society that is prosperous, empowered and free for all. Through civic engagements CODI has promoted political and electoral accountability. CODI operates in the Southern Buganda region covering the districts of Luwero, Nakaseke and Nakasongola districts.


First African Bicycle Information Organisation  (FABIO)

FABIO is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) operating in the districts of Jinja, Kamuli, Iganga, Buyende and Luuka. FABIO envisions a society accessing inclusive sustainable transport and is purposed to enhance access of the disadvantaged in Uganda to socio-economic services through empowerment, networking and Non Motorised Transport advocacy with special focus on bicycles. FABIO also engages in social and political accountability initiatives to improve service delivery.

Native Voices International (NVI)

Native Voices International formerly Native Travel Festival is a non-profit making organization that applies Film, Media and Art including; music, drama, storytelling performances, community dialogues, training and sports as tools for communities’ self-determination.  In doing this empowers communities to take charge of their destiny.

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Citizens’ Platform for Democracy and Accountability (CIPDA)

Citizens’ Platform for Democracy and Accountability (CIPDA) is a registered non-governmental, committed to promoting democracy and accountability in Uganda. CIPDA (formerly IATM) was founded to engage the anti-corruption agenda through innovative citizen-centered mobilization approaches. CIPDA seeks to empower and enable citizens, especially the marginalized, to actively participate in monitoring service delivery, utilization of public funds/resources and decision making processes as regards decisions that affect their lives.

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Kapchorwa Civil Society Organisation (KACSOA)

KACSOA is network of active NGOs and CSOs operating in Sebei sub-region. KACSOA provides a platform through which CSO fraternity collaborates, coordinates and interacts on issues that require joint action by building a strong common voice meaningful engagements with duty bearers.