Amka Africa
Access to Justice means disseminating
information to the communities
At the heart of grassroots partner organizations
to promote respect and protection on
fundamental rights of the poor, minority and
marginalized persons and communities.
We believe in working with communities
to improve their environment
Empowering healthcare workers from counties
to understand and address the needs of transgender
and intersex persons. At the heart of grassroots partner
organizations to promote respect and protection on
fundamental rights of the poor, minority and
marginalized persons and communities
Students from Partner University Legal
Aid Clinics are trained on practical
application of the law, clients care skills
and social justice advocacy.
Slide Holding Legal Clinics for vulnerable members of the community Slide We believe in bridging the gap
between minority groups
and key stakeholders.

ABOUT US

AMKA Africa Justice Initiative (AMKA Africa), is an independent non-profit organization registered in Kenya. It works collaboratively with university legal clinics and grass root organisations to promote access to justice for the poor, the minority and marginalised groups in Kenya and the rest of Africa. AMKA Africa’s core programmes are: Access to Justice programme and Good Governance & Human Rights programme.

OUR PROGRAMMES

OUR PROJECTS

  • Women Economic Empowerment
  • CFLI Project

Inua waresh na waless Kiuchumi

Businesses owned by womxn and gender minorities account for 49% of the Kenyan GDP.  However, 85% of these businesses are unregistered and unlicensed. The same applies to self-help groups that bring together such womxn and gender minorities.

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CFLI Project

Empowering and Influencing Change for Intersex, Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Refugees and Asylum Seekers' Registration and documentation rights in Kenya.

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"Equal justice under law...it is perhaps the most inspiring ideal of our society. It is one of the ends for which our entire legal system exists... It is fundamental that justice should be the same, in substance and availability, without regards to economic status. "
- Justice Lewis Powell, Jr.

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Exuctive Director, Milka Wahu explains to Bus radio sauti ya Kajiado, some of the challenges intersex persons face in Kenya. She elaborates on the lack of legal Recognition, a factor that limits intersex persons from accessing job opportunities and other government services. This was during a gender sensitization training of law enforcers in Kajiado County.