The organs of ITAU shall be as follows:

  • The General Assembly / Annual General Meeting (AGM).
  • The National Executive Committee (NEC).
  • The Regional Committees (RCs).
  • Secretariat
  • The Board of Directors (BOD)


(i)      There shall be an Annual General Meeting of the ITAU, which shall be held not later than 30th November of each year.

(ii)    Notice in writing of such Annual General Meeting, accompanied by the agenda for the meeting shall be sent to all members not less than 30 days before the date of the meeting.

(iii)     The Annual General meeting will be deemed to be constituted when at least a half of the Bona fide members are present.

(iv)     The agenda of the Annual General Meeting shall be to-

  • Confirm the minutes of the previous annual general meeting;
  • Receive the report of the Executive Committee on the activities of the Association;
  • Consider the accounts submitted by the Treasurer;
  • Receive the reports of the Chairpersons of any ITAU Committees;
  • Conduct Elections for the office bearers on the Executive Committees for the subsequent year;
  • Be the supreme decision-making body of the organization on matters within its mandate;
  • Approve policies and programs for the coming year.
  • Any other business as may be brought suggested by the General Secretary.


(i)      There is a National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Association.

(ii)      The NEC is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the

(iii)   The NEC is comprised of elected officers including:

  • National Chairperson
  • National Vice Chairperson
  • National Secretary General
  • National Treasurer
  • National Projects Secretary
  • National Publicity Secretary
  • Special Interest Groups Secretary
  • Regional Committee Chairpersons
  • National Coordinator

Duties of the National Executive Committee

The Executive shall:

  • Be responsible for upholding the Constitution of the Association;
  • Develop workplan, and coordinate the activities of the organization;
  • Hire qualified staff to run the Secretariat and oversee the day-to-day operations of the Secretariat;
  • Preside over the functions for the promotion of the aims and objectives of ITAU
  • Represent the Association in fora where the Association needs to be represented;
  • Facilitate the actualization of the objectives of the Association;
  • Determine the specific policies of the Association;
  • Approve the programs and budget of the Association;
  • Establish special committees to carry out the functions of the Association as needed from time to time.
  • Work in liaison with the other organs of the organization and the Honorary Patron

4.2.3  Meetings of the National Executive Committee

(i)      The NEC shall conduct a physical or virtual meeting at least twice in a year in ordinary session at a date and place to be determined by it.

(ii)      The Chairperson may convene an extraordinary session in case of an urgent need.

(iii)    The quorum required for a meeting is at least 50 percent of the members, including the Chairperson.

(iv)     Deliberations of the NEC shall be open to all members present or their representatives and decisions shall be by consensus. Provided that where there is divergence of opinion, the decision shall be taken by vote of a simple majority of members present and voting except where otherwise provided for in this Constitution. The Chairperson shall have a casting vote in the event of a tie.

(v)      The NEC shall determine its own rules of procedure for meetings. Where provision is not made in the rules of procedure, the Chairperson or other person presiding at the meeting shall take a decision, which shall be binding on those present at the meeting unless the matter is otherwise provided for in the rules of procedure.

(vi)   The NEC meeting shall be chaired by the National Chairperson of the Association. In the absence of the Chairperson and the Vice, members present shall appoint among themselves a Chairperson to preside over the meeting.


Establishment of the Regional Committees

(i)      ITAU shall have Regional Committees for each of the four main regions of Uganda (Central, Eastern, Northern and Western Uganda). The National Executive Committee will organize workshops in each region, and it is during these regional workshops that the regional committee members will be voted. Each of the regions will have a regional chairperson, vice chairperson and sub-regional mobilisers as outlined below:


  • Regional Chairperson
  • Regional Vice Chairperson
  • Sub-regional Mobilisers for:
    • Busoga Sub-region (Bugiri, Buyende, Iganga, Kaliro, Kamuli, Luuka, Jinja, Namayingo, Namutumba, Mayuge)
    • Bukedi Sub-region (Pallisa, Kibuku, Budaka,  Butaleja, Busia, Tororo)
    • Teso Sub-region (Amuria, Bukedea, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Kumi, , Ngora, Serere, Soroti)
    • Bugisu Sub-region (Bududa, Bulambuli, Manafwa, Mbale, Sironko)
    • Sebei Sub-region (Bukwa, Kapchorwa, Kween)


  • Regional Chairperson
  • Regional Vice Chairperson
  • Sub-regional Mobilisers for
    • Bunyoro Sub-region (Buliisa, Hoima, Kiryandongo, Masindi, Kibaale)
    • Ankole Sub-region (Buhweju, Bushenyi, Ibanda, Isingiro, Kasese, Kiruhura, Kyegegwa, Mbarara, Mitooma, Ntungamo, Rubirizi, Sheema)
    • Tooro Sub-region (Ntoroko, Bundibugyo Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Kamwenge)
    • Kigezi Sub-region (Kisoro, Kabale, Kanungu, Rukungiri)


  • Regional Chairperson
  • Regional Vice Chairperson
  • Sub-regional Mobilisers for:
    • Acholi Sub-region (Nwoya, Pader, Agago, Amuru, Gulu, Kitgum, Lamwo)
    • Lango Sub-region (Alebtong, Amolatar, Apac, Dokolo, Kole, Lira, Oyam, Otuke)
    • West Nile Sub-region (Adjumani, Arua, Koboko, Maracha, Moyo, Nebbi, Yumbe, Zombo)
    • Karamoja Sub-region (Abim, Amudat, Kaabong, Kotido, Moroto, Nakapiripirit, Napak)


  • Regional Chairperson
  • Regional Vice Chairperson
  • Sub-regional Mobilisers for:
    • Greater Kampala Sub-region (Kampala, Wakiso, Mpigi, Gomba, Butambala)
    • Greater Mukono Sub-region (Mukono, Kayunga, Buikwe, Buvuma)
    • Luweero Triangle Sub-region (Luweero,  Nakasongola, Nakaseke, Kiboga, Kyankwanzi, Mubende, Mityana)
    • Greater Masaka Sub-region (Masaka, Rakai, Lwengo, Lyantonde, Ssembabule, Bukomansimbi, Kalungu, Kalangala)

Duties of the Regional Committees

The RCs shall:

  • Be ambassadors of ITAU in the their areas, during workshops, conferences, at marking centers and other for a where ICT Teachers physically meet.
  • Carry out grass root mobilization of new members to register with the association;
  • Add new contacts to the ITAU database, social media platforms and website.
  • Implement proposals and resolutions made by the NEC.
  • Organize regional meetings and seminars for ICT teachers and students.
  • Set regional joint mock exams for ICT and Computer Studies.
  • Carry out any other activities or projects which are in line with the objectives of ITAU.


There shall be a secretariat constituting of employees hired by the NEC to run day-to-day operations and activities of the organization.

  1. The Secretariat will be headed by an Administrative Manager who will be responsible for providing overall leadership and management, managing the Secretariat team and for supporting growth and development of the team.
  2. The Administrative Manager shall prepare an operating budget for the organization and table it before the Executive Committee for consideration and approval.
  3. S/he will Prepare quarterly activity reports, which shall be presented to the Executive Committee
  4. S/he will Be a signatory to the Audit reports and the Operations Bank Account of the Organization together with the Chairperson and Treasurer
  5. S/he will Control the assets of the organization and keep proper records of the assets and their development and use
  1. S/he will drive relationships with all stakeholders, and partner organizations, and will be expected to strengthen the Organisation’s Partnership through the incubation, evaluation and implementation of new ideas.
  2. S/he will be responsible for effectively delivering high quality services to the participating organizations per the agreed objectives.
  3. S/he will work closely with the entire Executive to develop the strategic goals and objectives of the Association.
  4. The chairperson / NEC shall appoint and assign duties to the other secretariat staff from time to time as may be needed.


  1. There shall be a Board of Directors, constituting of founding directors of ICT TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION UGANDA LIMITED, which is a nonprofit / company limited by guarantee Registered with Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) on 14th Feb 2020 under Reg No.  80020002392779.
  2. Other directors can be co-opted in line with the provisions of the Companies Act, 2012 of the Republic of Uganda.
  3. The purpose of a Board of Directors, ‘the board’, shall include being custodians of the legal framework of the organization / company, developing organization’s policies in liaison with other organs of the organization, ensuring that operations abide by relevant laws and regulations and making sure that any decisions or actions align with the interests of all stakeholders.
  4. The Board of Directors will have a committee member in charge of legal affairs, can contract a legal person or outsource a law firm to work as a legal advisor to handle matters when need arises.
  5. The board of directors shall be responsible for instituting an independent electoral committee led by a returning officer and other electoral officials as needed to conduct elections and byelections in the organization from time to time.
  6. The Board of Directors shall represent and protect the interests of shareholders, or the individuals, companies or institutions who are part and parcel of the association.
  7. The Board of Directors shall be obliged to mobilize for investment and support the Executive on any issues a company or organization may face.