Where SLF Partners Work

The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) delivers funds directly to grassroots and community-based organizations (CBOs), in sub-Saharan Africa, who are at the forefront of the response to HIV and AIDS. SLF partners work in communities in 15 countries most affected by the AIDS pandemic. Our partnership model reflects that the expertise and experience required to turn the tide of HIV and AIDS is found at the community-level. Find out more about How We Work and Areas of Work.

Click on a country on the map to learn more about our partners there.

In Angola, our community‑based partners include:

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In Benin, our community‑based partners include:

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In Botswana, our community‑based partners include:

  • Botswana Retired Nurses Society
  • Stepping Stones International
  • Women Against Rape

In Burkina Faso, our community‑based partners include:

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In Democratic Republic of the Cameroon, our community‑based partners include:

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In Democratic Republic of the Congo, our community‑based partners include:

  • HEAL Africa
  • General Referral Hospital of Panzi
  • Fondation Panzi
  • Rainbow Sunrise Mapambazuko
  • V-Day – City of Joy

In Eswatini, our community‑based partners include:

  • Swaziland Nurses Association Wellness Centre for Health Workers and their Families
  • Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse
  • Swaziland Positive Living

In Ethiopia, our community‑based partners include:

  • Developing Families Together
  • Kulich Youth Reproductive Health and Development Organization
  • Negem Lela Ken New HIV Positive Women Support Organization

In Kenya, our community‑based partners include:

  • Community Research in Environment and Development Initiatives
  • Ishtar MSM
  • Living Positive Kenya
  • LVCT Health
  • Minority Womyn in Action
  • Young Women Campaign Against AIDS

In Lesotho, our community‑based partners include:

  • Malealea Development Trust
  • Touch Roots Africa
  • mothers2mothers Lesotho

In Malawi, our community‑based partners include:

  • Centre for Alternatives for Victimised Women and Children
  • Centre For Human Rights And Rehabilitation
  • Ekwendeni Hospital HIV/AIDS Programme
  • Friends Of AIDS Support Trust
  • National Association for People Living With HIV and AIDS in Malawi
  • Nancholi Youth Organization
  • Rights Institute for Social Empowerment

In Mozambique, our community‑based partners include:

  • Kukumbi – Organization for Rural Development
  • Mozambican Treatment Access Movement (MATRAM)

In Namibia, our community‑based partners include:

  • Catholic AIDS Action

In Rwanda, our community‑based partners include:

  • Rwanda Women Community Development Network

In South Africa, our community‑based partners include:

  • Ekupholeni Mental Health and Trauma Centre
  • Grandmothers Against Poverty and AIDS
  • lzimbali Zesizwe OVC Feeding and Outreach Project
  • MusicWorks
  • Treatment Action Campaign
  • Zoëlife – Blue Roof Life Space

In Tanzania, our community‑based partners include:

  • Centre for Public, Law and Social Economic Rights Advocacy
  • Kimara Peer Educators & Health Promoters Trust Fund
  • Maasai Women Development Organization
  • Umoja wa Mapambano Dhidi Ya Ukimwi
  • Zanzibar Association of People Living With HIV/AIDS
  • Tanzania League of the Blind - Uyui Branch

In Uganda, our community‑based partners include:

  • Action for Rural Women's Empowerment
  • Freedom and Roam Uganda
  • Grandmothers Consortium
  • Icebreakers Uganda
  • Sexual Minorities Uganda
  • Women's International Peace Centre

In Zambia, our community‑based partners include:

  • Angelina Tembo Girls' School
  • Children in Distress Kitwe (CINDI)
  • Ranchhod Community Services and Hospice
  • Twavwane Home Based Care Initiative
  • Young, Happy, Healthy and Safe

In Zimbabwe, our community‑based partners include:

  • Chiedza Child Care Centre
  • Farm Orphan Support Trust of Zimbabwe
  • Hope Tariro Trust
  • Midlands AIDS Service Organisation
  • Mavambo Trust
  • Musasa Project