We pursue social transformation of indigent Kenyans through legal aid and empowerment, advocacy and lobbying for pro-poor policies and commitment to respect for human rights.
OUR EVENTS & PROGRAMS
We implemented our activities to achieve set goals through four core programmes and 4 support departments within the organisation. Our current strategy is themed “towards Legal Aid, Legal Empowerment and Social Justice”.
Our team is composed of established professionals right through the organizational structure, from the AGM membership, Board of directors and the Secretariat. This kind of leadership and commitment has led to our stability over the years and contributed to our ability to meet set objectives.
KITUO CHA SHERIA (KITUO) IS A HUMAN RIGHTS NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO HELPING THE DISADVANTAGED, POOR AND MAGINALIZED PEOPLE IN KENYA ACCESS JUSTICE.
KITUO IS LARGELY SUPPORTED BY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS BUT THE ORGANIZATION ALSO RECEIVES SUPPORT ACROSS THE COUNTRY FROM VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES, IN TERMS OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND PARALEGALS OPERATING FROM ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY AND PRISON JUSTICE CENTERS.
We Care for Justice
Vision: A society of Justice and Equity for All
Kituo Celebrates 43 years of promoting access to justice
Kituo Cha Sheria marked its 43rd birthday Wednesday, 6th 2016 at the Fairmont Norfolk hotel, Nairobi. The event which was full of pomp and color saw various dignitaries attend the occasion whose theme was, “Use of mobile technology in promoting access to justice”
Kituo founder members Steve Adere and Lady Justice Mary Ang’awa, together with other guests welcomed the M-Haki technology saying that it is a good move by Kituo in terms of access to justice.
The Chief guest was Ms Frances Singleton from HiiL Institute a justice technology innovation centre in the Netherlands.