Representing ULGA at different fora

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered The directorate staff on assignment by the Secretary General, represent ULGA at different Fora and utilize such platform to advocate for the constitutional rights of ULGA members to ensure a conducive environment for operations of Local Governments.
Mode of Delivery Supply Driven
Cost to Client No cost

Prepare reports highlighting critical areas that require interventions

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered Writing capacity building gaps analysis reports
Mode of Delivery Both
Cost to Client No cost

Institutional strengthening services

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered Providing Capacity building interventions for the secretariat staff to enhance their capacity for effective representation of the interests of ULGA members in various forums both at national and international levels. These include: refresher courses, hands on support, tailor made trainings, twinning arrangements, support towards professional development, participation in National and International workshops/trainings, fellowships, provision of required tools to facilitate work etc
Capacity Building support to EXCOM, Committees and UNAT members to understand ULGA, decentralisation and Lobbying and advocacy. This is done through induction, training in lobbying and advocacy skills, enabling them to attend various training programs at National and international as workshops, seminars, conferences, short term courses, peer exchange learning visits, winnings , access to Fellowship opportunities etc
Mode of Delivery Both
Cost to Client No cost

Identify potential funders for Capacity Building Programs and lobby potential funding bodies for training and Capacity Building support to ULGA members and Secretariat staff

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered Development of funding proposals and submitting them to potential funders
Through writing Concept notes/draft MoUs and submitting them to potential funders under partnership arrangements
Mode of Delivery Both
Cost to Client No cost

Design robust capacity building plans with budgets to address the gaps identified

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered The developing directorate annual work plan and budget focusing on priority areas in relation to available resources Development and submission of project work plans and budgets to funders
Mode of Delivery Supply Driven
Cost to Client No cost

Communication to members and staff about available opportunities to enhance both demand and supply driven capacity building interventions

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered Through Phone calls, SMS, emailing, one on one discussions between directorate staff and potential beneficiaries , regional meetings etc
Mode of Delivery Supply Driven
Cost to Client No cost

Capacity Needs Assessment for members and staff to identify training needs

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered Through analysis of district Capacity Building Plans, meetings, training workshops to identify further gaps, administering of needs assessment tools, annual performance appraisal reports for secretariat staff, consideration of the recommendations of the Training , Capacity Building and Crosscutting committee etc
Mode of Delivery Supply Driven
Cost to Client No cost

Capacity Building support services to Districts and LLG staff and Councillors

Primary Clients Members of the Association
How it is Being Delivered
  • • Projects implementation like Local Governments Score Card Initiatives in partnership with ACODE,SKALAP project to address HIV/AIDS and Strengthening the Capacity of Local Governments in Lira and Gulu project funded by DFID,
  • Induction of newly elected leaders and quality assurance of the induction process,
  • Direct trainings in various fields through: workshops, field visits, ULGA annual conference, exchange visits to share best practices,
  • Holding district partnership forums
  • Provision of equipment/ tools for use at work, hands on support, twinning arrangements ,
  • Capacity building for district resource pools, dissemination of the association policy documents to enhance awareness and enabling them to access Fellowship Opportunities among others
Mode of Delivery Demand Driven and Supply Driven
Cost to Client Either