The study sought to ascertain the relationship between accountability and sustainable funding of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) in Uganda, using a case of Children at Risk Action Network (CRANE). The specific objectives of the study were to evaluate how budgeting, policy formulation and monitoring significantly influenced sustainable funding of NGOs in Uganda. The study used a cross-sectional design, deployingquantitative and qualitative approaches to collect data, which was analysed using statistical analysis programme - SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Scientists) and a Pearson and Regression method to test the relationship between the independent and the dependent variables under the study. Results revealed that there was a positive relationship between planning and sustainable funding of Non-Government Organizations.

This was reflected in Pearson correlation coefficient value of r = 0.244 at significance level .014. The results also revealed that there was a weak positive relationship between NGOs policies and Sustainable funding of Non-Government Organizations. This is shown by the Pearson correlation coefficient value of r = 0.357 at significance level .000. Furthermore, the results revealed that there was a positive relationship between monitoring of activities and Sustainable funding of Non-Government Organizations. This was reflected by Pearson correlation coefficient value of r = 0.616 at significance level .000. The study findings demonstrated that the three elements, namely, budgeting, policy formulation and monitoring,influenced sustainable funding of NGOs in Uganda. Therefore, this means that for CRANE to have regular flow of funds and retention of funding, it must not only have fundable projects, but also ensure sustainability through effective monitoring at all levels of strategic management, programming, implementation and reporting of its activities.