Governance Structure

ULGA is run by a number of committees as stipulated in the organization’s Memorandum of Understanding and Articles of Association.


The Executive

The Executive committee (EXCOM) provides strategic direction to ULGA’s work and the central bodies, having regard to any advice from the ULGA Leadership Board and the boards of the central bodies and representing the views of local government.


Ethics and Accountability Committee

Ethics and Accountability Committee is an advisory body that provides a steer to the ULGA Executive on current priority issues for local government.


EXCOM Sub – Committees

The EXCOM Sub – Committees directs ULGA’s activities and business, in accordance with the strategic priorities and direction set by the Executive. The committee reports and makes recommendations to the Executive on ULGA activities.


ULGA General Assembly

The Annual General Assembly (AGM)meets once a year and acts as the ‘parliament’ for local government. It is a key element of ULGA’s member structure.


Regional Assemblies

ULGA is the national voice for local governments in Uganda, however, its voice is the sum of Local Government Voices in all parts of the country. Members collaborate regionally to make an impact.