OUR MISSION

To complement the education system of Uganda through promotion of the development of productive literacy practices by encouraging and supporting the grouwth of Community Libraries.

OUR SERVICES

Community Libraries Association of Uganda (UgCLA) organizes and holds conferences and workshops for librarians; solicits and Administers grants from donors; places volunteers in libraries according to the volunteer interests and the libraries' needs.

OUR AIM

To establish and maintain a network of Community libraries throughout the country and collaborates with national and international organizations with similar interests to promote literacy for development.

Community Libraries Association of Uganda (UgCLA)

About UgCLA

The Community Libraries Association of Uganda (UgCLA) is a networking organization for community libraries in Uganda. It was registered as an NGO in 2007 with a certified constitution and since then has been joined by over 100 member libraries, more than 20 of which were founded as a result of UgCLA's existence and encouragement. Other libraries that were established before joining UgCLA have had their capacity increased as a result of their membership to the Organization.

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Mummy Foundation Comunity Library

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Board Members

Prof. Kate Parry

Founder / International Relations

Prof. Micheal Kevane

Founder / Fundraising

Mr. Justin N Kiyimba

Chairperson

Mr. Enoch Magala

Vice Chairperson

Mrs. Esther Kyazike

Treasurer

Mr. Ahimbisibwe Daniel

Secretary

Dr. Jane Kawalya

Member

Mr. Kaibo Ivan

Member

Ms. Olivia Mugabirwe

Member

Mr. Augustine Napagi

Member

Dr. Willy Ngaka

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