Welcome to Legal Resources Foundation Trust (LRF)

CJS Report 2

lrf_ke flying the Kenyan Justice Sector's flag high in Accra, Ghana, in a conference themed: “Use of Plea bargain in Criminal matters"

Plea Agreement session in progress in Isiolo Gk Prison

Prosecutors engaging remand prisoners on Plea agreement at Isiolo Gk prison on a mission to decongest the criminal justice system

Improving National Police infrastructure

Conditions of Isiolo police gender & children and desk before and after refurbishment

Criminal Justice System Audit Report

Following validation of Criminal Justice System Audit Report to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution in November 2016

Paralegal Support Network(PASUNE)

Paralegal officers with various partners at the East and Horn of Africa Paralegal Summit that took place from 22nd -25th July 2019 at Safari Park Hotel.


LRF has in the last 27yrs established itself in innovations to sustain legal inclusion and access to justice through interventions that premier access to justice as an approach and tool for improved human rights for victims of systemic exclusion.

Our strategic interventions are anchored on:

·         Practical advocacy

·         Policy negotiations

·         Stakeholder strategic positioning

·         Legal aid and legal education

·         Community organization

·         Mentorship and coaching

·         Select topical and issue specific media engagement

·         Research and evidence building.

Our actions are grounded on Sustainable Development Goals: 3, 5 10, 15 and 16 for which we endeavor to ensure that no one is left behind in legal discourses. We hold the view that access to justice must transcend race, gender, religion, faith, ethnicity and geographical misconceptions.

In the context of the Vision 2030 and Africa’s Vision 2063, LRF continues to press for more legal space and advocate for an improved judicial system, including the institutionalization of traditional dispute resolution mechanisms.

LRF’s Strategic Plan of 2019-2023 seeks to promote dignity, integrity and human security.

LRF collaborates with both state and non-state actors including but not limited to The Judiciary, Kenya Prison Services, Kenya Police Service, Child care institutions, National Committee on Criminal Justice Reforms (NCCJR), National Council on Administration of Justice (NCAJ), The Sexual Offenses Act Task Force and Special Task Force for the Review of the Children’s Act.



Opinion Poll

Opinion Poll: Do you support the supreme court's pronouncement on mandatory death sentence

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Help us Prosper