Teso Anticorruption Coalition (TAC) is a coalition of registered indigenous Civil Society Organizations, Individuals as well as special interest groups in Teso region, working together to campaign against corruption and abuse of fundamental human Rights to access vital development services.
The organization was founded in 2001 and has its head office in Soroti Municipality but operates in Kumi, Katakwi, Kaberamaido, Amuria, Bukedea, Soroti and Pallisa Districts with anti-corruption structures established at selected sub-county, parish and village levels. Guided by a 5-year Strategic Plan (2012-2017), TAC in 2014 enshrined a membership Code of Conduct for all her members and is governed by a General Assembly as the supreme ruling organ - that meets regularly during Annual General Meetings. It also has a policy Board of 7 members voted every three years from its membership and is technically supported by a Secretariat headed by Programme Coordinator as the Accounting Officer who manages the organization. TAC is QuAM certified and is the regional host for the Regional QuAM Committee responsible for strengthening of internal CSO principles, accountability and integrity in Teso region. It’s also the Regional Coordinator for the Eastern region Budget Transparency and Advocacy Initiatives covering Busoga, Bukedi, Sebei, Bugisu and Teso sub regions of Uganda.
A developed and corruption free society
The TAC Mission
To be a platform in promoting public transparency and accountability
The overall Goal
To attain good governance, reduce poverty and improve livelihoods
- Non partisan