A dynamic society that recognizes, respects and upholds rights of women and girls.

Partnerships have been effectively utilized for optimal utilization of resources, institutional capacity building and sustainability. Over the last two decades, LAW-Uganda has received financial support from several partners and has built capacity to sustain its operations. Continued operations and partnership are evidence of its financial and administrative capacity to implement programmed activities. Some of the partners who have granted LAW-Uganda support include
• USAID
• UNFPA/UNICEF
• Ford Foundation
• The Netherlands Embassy
• French Embassy
• The Global Fund for Women
• UNDP
• American Jewish World Service
• Fund for Global Human Rights
• Match International Women’s Fund
• Wellspring Advisors
• National Democratic Institute
• DANIDA
• The American Bar Association
• Urgent Action Fund
• Amplify Change
• Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
• Minister of Internal Affairs
• Ministry of Health
• Local Governments in the Sabiny and Karamoja regions
• The East African Community
• Georgetown University, Law Center
LAW-Uganda has also received support from its Associate Members and Partners in the legal profession who formed a Strategic Litigation Coalition. In the execution of its work, LAW-Uganda has established and worked with a wide span of networks and Partners who include:

• The LAW-Uganda’s Strategic Litigation Coalition, the Legal Support Network (LSN), The Uganda Civil Society Coalition Against Trafficking in Persons (UCCATIP) and Coalition to Stop Maternal Mortality Due to Unsafe Abortion(CSMMUA) and Uganda Womens Parliamentarians Association (UWOPA)

• Community Based Organizations such as Reproductive Education and Community Health Project (REACH); The Sabiny Elders Association (SEA); Pokot Zonal Integrated Development Programme (POZIDEP); Community Human Rights Volunteers in the Sabiny and Karamoja regions;

• Policy makers in various Ministries of the Government of Uganda, parliamentarins in The Parliament of the Republic of Uganda, and The East African Legislative Assembly; the Justice, Law and Order Sectors; and

• Regional and International partners who include women lawyers in various parts of Africa such as Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya who attended the Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa Program or are working on similar issues and the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic situated at Georgetown University Law Center (USA).

• Equality Now is an International NGO with a regional office in Nairobi Kenya dedicated to ending violence and discrimination against women & girls and promoting the use of the LAW to advance their rights. Law Uganda’s collaboration with Equality now is focused on ending sex trafficking and prostitution in Africa.