Strategy & Funding

Since its inception, the Refugee Law Project has raised funds from a variety of sources. With one exception, our funding is all related to specific projects rather than core funding. In addition to present and past funds from major donors (see icons below), we generate a proportion of our income by providing consultancy services and by charging administrative fees for hosting interns and research associates. 

We welcome private donations, which allow us to make small but significant improvements in the work we do and the services we can deliver. One shining example of this is our emergency fund for survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence, which was established through a private donation. If you are able to make a donation, no matter how small, know that your money will directly support the lives of forced migrants in Uganda. 


A Brief History Of Refugee Law Project @20

What does it mean for Refugee Law Project, as a community outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University, to survive and flourish for two decades in Uganda, currently host to the third largest refugee population in the world?

Our Non-Discrimination Policy

Our Non-Discrimination PolicyThis policy was arrived at after an intensive and comprehensive workshop on political, economic and social exclusion attended by all the staff at Refugee Law Project. Download the poster
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Contact Us

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Plot 7&6 Coronation Road, Old Kampala, Kamplala (Opp. Old Kampala Primary School)


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