Contact details

FENU Secretariat,
Plot 58,
Block 254 Ggaba Road

0312 262 154/5


About FENU

The Forum for Education NGO’s in Uganda (FENU) is a national coalition of civil society organizations.

FENU is made up of over 100 civil society organzations and community based organizations who undertake joint advocacy work to influence government and campaign for change.

Collectively we stand up for the right to education for all children in Uganda. We are committed to linking people to policy and best practice for a better education.

Founded in 2001, FENU is guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We are working through different ways to influence government and campaign for change.

We have a number of thematic working groups which work together on different education issues.

We provide information on policy issues and help our members get involved in influencing government policy education. We also share best practice and provide a forum for members to work together.

We are always keen to welcome new members to FENU, so if you are interested in joining us or learning more about what we do please get in contact.



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