The SDA is a national Non-Governmental Organization founded in 2007 in Uganda. SDA is committed to work for the improvement of quality of life in the country through the provision of quality technical and advisory services; with the promotion and protection of human rights, justice, and the democratic development of the country as its overriding goal.
SDA’s Main goals;
• To promote human rights, justice and peace through: research; education; policy advocacy; advisory services to citizens, government officials and community leaders as well as fighting corruption and social injustice;
• To support socio–economic development in the rural community by supporting development initiatives.
• To empower individuals in sustainable development through capacity building, improvement of accountability and recourse to justice.
• To establish collaboration with donors, government, NGOs, and FBOs (Faith Based Organizations ) in order to encourage the communities to participate in our projects and activities.
1. Justice, Governance and Communications Program
SDA is driven by a strong belief on justice, good governance and effective communication as cornerstones of a vibrant and well managed society.
2. Citizen Empowerment and Social Action
The thrust of this program is promotion of democratic governance through strengthening citizen participation and influence on the democratization processes in the country and to build the civic competence of the citizens to promote democracy, accountable public leadership and the rule of law.
3. Leadership Development and Policy Engagement
This program area focuses on demystifying public policy and empowering citizen to scrutinize and assess the relevance and impact of public policies to them and be able to effectively influence the outcomes of these policies.