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What We do

1. Capacity Building

We strengthen the effectiveness of community based structures and groups to demand their rights and to articulate their development needs.

2. Research and Documantation

We generate and disseminate relevant information on life in Uganda’s slums

3. Advocacy and Policy Influence

We influence policy formulation and implementation to reflect the rights and needs of slum communities

4. Oganizational Development and fundraising

We strengthen SAP’s organizational infrastructure and policies to match SAP’s internal and geographical shifts as well as the long-term fundraising partnerships

Areas of Operation

The current operational areas include 7 (seven) slums of Kampala District namely Wandegeya (Katanga), Katwe I, Kisenyi II, Nakulabye, Naguru II, Wabigalo and Kibuli.

Donors: Oak Foundation, Bread for the World, World Population Foundation, Danish Embassy, Global Fund for Women, Civil Society Capacity Building, AusAID

Target Group

The following are the estimated number of direct and indirect beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries

Women survivors of Domestic violence
Children from vulnerable families
Young girls who are victims of sexual violence/engaged in commercial sex.
Indirect beneficiaries

Local Council Leaders
Influential persons in the community
Men living in these communities
NGOs working with women and children
Line ministries such as the Ministry of Gender, Ministry of Local Government


Teenage Pregnancy in Slums

Slum Aid Project


Women Program


SAP Early Childhood Development Program

Who We Are What We do Our Location
Slum Aid Project

Postal Address: P. O. Box 10388
Kampala Uganda

Gerneral Line: +256 414 270537

Emergencies: +256 772506680

Fax: +256 41540297


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Prostitution research
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