After the successful petition on that was followed by the passing of the Toxic chemicals prohibition and control law, Ceresav is now embarking on a national advocacy and sensitization campaign to promote awareness of Acid Attack Violence in Uganda and to push for a separate Acid attack Violence Control

While CERESAV continues to advocate for legislative policy change to address the problem of acid attack violence in Uganda, attacks continue to be reported. Currently, CERESAV is working with 3 acid attack patients in the hospital. Specifically, one Sumaiya Namwaje was attacked at the time she was 7 months pregnant.