This project presents the findings from qualitative assessment of urban health as a case study of Tandale slums in Dar es Salaam. The aim of the study was to assess maternal, children and adolescents nutrition & WASH vulnerabilities. The study adopted a qualitative, exploratory, cross-sectional design. Data collection was done in two stages where the first stage included slum dwellers living in Tandale. A total of eight Focus Group Discussion (FGD) was done with mothers having children under 2, fathers with children under 2, adolescent girls and boys, and village and ward leaders. The second stage involved collection of data using interview guides from key informants.