Partners The National Slum Dwellers Federation of Uganda is a the national urban poor federation of Uganda. The Federation is a member of the Slum Dwellers International network and currently boasts 38,000 members in six urban centers across the country. ACTogether is the national support NGO charged with providing technical and financial assistance to the Ugandan Slum Dwellers Federation.Visit their websitehttp://www.nsdfu.org/ Comic Relief is a major charity in the UK, with a vision of a just world, free from poverty. Comic Relief works tirelessly all year round to help make its vision a reality. And, in the years since is started out in 1985, with the support of some remarkable people, it has achieved amazing things and raised over 950 million Great British Pounds. As part of Comic Relief’s People Living in Urban Slums Project, Comic supports Sub-Saharan African urban communities facing multiple shelter deprivations to improve living conditions through community-driven solutions. The Cities Alliance is a global coalition of cities and their development partners committed to scaling up successful approaches to poverty reduction. The Cities Alliance has approved a program to transform settlements of the urban poor in Ugandan cities. To learn more about this program and the Cities Alliance/ACTogether partnership click HERE or visit their website www.citiesalliance.org Shack/Slum Dwellers International(SDI) is described as an international people’s organization. SDI supports the creation of national federations of urban poor. The fundamental building blocks of each country’s federation are community savings and credit groups. These groups promote a culture of saving, learning, cooperation, grassroots organization, and dialogue. These federations receive technical and financial assistance from national NGOs. In Uganda, ACTogether is the Federation’s support NGO. To learn more about SDI methodology click HEREor visit their website www.sdinet.org The Lutheran World Federation is a global communion of Christian Churches in the Lutheran tradition.LWF has partnered with ACTogether Uganda to provide support and assistance to communities living in informal settlements.The partnership seeks to support and enhance efforts of the urban poor to organize themselves through savings schemes and conduct community-led initiatives to improve living conditions in a sustainable fashions.For more information on the work of LWF please visit their website ;www.lutheranworld.org. The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is an alliance of global regional and National Partners contributing to poverty alleviation through land reform,improved land management and security of tenure particularly through the development and dissemination of pro-poor and gender sensitive land tools.This project focuses on developing (including implementing, pilot, testing and disseminating) of tools capable of recording a wide range of land rights, including private, public and customary/traditional, as well as both individual and group rights, and including both rights and claims.