Uganda National Teacher’s Union (UNATU) is a Teachers’ labour Union that was registered in March 2003 under the Trade Union Act of 1971 now 2006, after a merger between Uganda Teacher’s Association (UTA) and Uganda National Teachers (UNUT)
UNATU was formed to promote and protect the Social, Economic, Intellectual and professional interests of its members/teachers. UNATU is also a formally recognized public Service Union under the public service Negotiating, consultative and disputes settlement Machinery, Act 2008.
Our Core Mandate:
UNATU’s core business and mandate is to advocate and bargain for improved working conditions of its members. At its registration UNATU had zero membership but has now grown to tune of over 159,000 members across all education sectors countrywide. UNATU has10 vibrant regional secretariats and over 139 branch/ district structures across the country.