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About us

‘Uongozi’ means leadership in Kiswahili, and inspiring and strengthening leadership is the core purpose of our organisation. Established in 2010 by the Government of Tanzania, UONGOZI Institute is dedicated to inspiring and equipping Tanzanian as well as African leaders to deliver inclusive and sustainable solutions for their nations and for Africa.

We apply a holistic and mutually reinforcing approach to capacity development which recognises that leadership competencies are developed through a continuous, lifelong learning process. Our two strategic pillars – leadership and sustainable development – are addressed through four main areas: executive education, policy dialogues, action-oriented research, and technical support. Our clients include organisations as well as individuals from the public sector, private sector, and civil society.

We believe that:

Leadership is the key to achieving sustainable development.

The development of a leader requires specialised grooming.

An African model of leadership is vital for achieving the most favourable development outcomes for Africa.

Our approaches are aimed at strengthening competencies of African leaders to design policies and programmes that are tailored to their country’s developmental needs whilst taking into account regional and global implications.

Read more about us here.

Our vision

A prosperous, equitable and sustainable Africa.

Our mission

To inspire and equip African leaders to deliver inclusive and sustainable solutions for African citizens.