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Who we are

CLEAR Kenya is the active charitable arm of the Kenya Christian Lawyers' Fellowship...MORE

What we do

CLEAR Kenya aims to uphold the biblical principles of justice for all by providing advice, representation, and...MORE


Please look at the CONTACT US tab for details of how to contact CLEAR.

Our aim is to bring  ACCESS TO JUSTICE to the most marginalized in society.

CLEAR’s work could not continue without the unstinting and unwavering generosity of our loyal supporters. There are many ways you can support us:

1250/- photocopies 25 charge sheets and witness statements for prisoners who don’t know what they are charged with.
3,000/- funds an “average case” in the CLEAR office.
60,000/- provides for a legal education seminar in an prison or village.
370,000/- pays for one office’s prison decongestion programme for a year.
1,850,000 runs a CLEAR office for an entire year, including salaries and rent.
6,200,000 opens two new legal aid centres in marginalised communities in Kenya.

You can donate to CLEAR Kenya either via a one-off payment or regular instalments. There are a two methods to do this:

• MPESA Paybill No.750277
A/C Name: Kenya Christian Fellowship

• African Banking Corporation Ltd
A/C No. 2000010774
Whichever way you decide to donate, please inform Joyce Kabaki (Executive Director) by phone (0727525858) or via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Have you ever wondered what it is like to represent a death row inmate, offer legal advice to prisoners, or even conduct a legal education seminar in a school or community centre?  Volunteering at CLEAR will give you these opportunities and much more.  Whether you’re a Supreme Court judge, or a university student interested in pursuing law as a career, we would love to hear from you!
With currently no permanent, in-house advocates in our offices, we’re particularly looking for advocates willing to take on cases on a pro-bono basis.

For more information, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Why not run a marathon, bake some cakes, climb a mountain, or even skydive for CLEAR? The crazier the suggestion the better!

As Christians, we firmly believe in the power and importance of prayer.  Without prayer, CLEAR would not be where it is today. Why not commit to praying for our work once a month, once a week, or even every day?!
Our UK partners, The Lawyer’s Christian Fellowship, conduct monthly prayer meetings for all of its international projects including CLEAR. For more information, contact Mhairi Hamilton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

CLEAR KENYA TEAM-The Executive Director of CLEAR Kenya (based in the Nairobi office) is Joyce Kabaki.  The current permanent team at the respective branch offices is as follows:

Nairobi: Joyce Kabki-Executive Director
       Nancy-Personal Assistant
Mombasa: Jorem-Paralegal
Kisumu: Eric-Paralegal
Eldoret: Miriam-Intern

The permanent team at the branches of CLEAR are assisted by local lawyers acting on a pro-bono or subsidised basis, and trainee lawyers and law students undertaking voluntary work with CLEAR.  From time to time CLEAR is supported by volunteer lawyers or interns from the UK and Australia.

The Kenya Christian Lawyers' Fellowship (KCLF) was founded in 1986 and registered as a society in 1994.  Although initially limited to providing fellowship among Christian Lawyers, the members of KCLF wanted to take positive action to alleviate the problems of access to justice that they witnessed in their day-to-day practices, especially for the poorest in Kenyan society.  To this end, in 1999, KCLF formed CLEAR, a charity designed to be the active arm of the fellowship.  With the help of funding and volunteer interns from Lawyers' Christian Fellowship (LCF) UK, the first CLEAR office became active in Mombasa; however, the work of the charity has since expanded to offices in Nairobi (where the charity is based), Kisumu and Eldoret.  Over time the CLEAR project has extended to sister charities in Uganda and Rwanda, and CLEAR Kenya has been able to develop partnerships with various governmental and non-governmental organisations within Kenya itself.

•    Legal advice and representation
Our interns and paralegals can offer one-to-one legal advice in our offices for a range of legal matters, particularly family law and succession cases. We also co-ordinate a network of experienced advocates who can provide legal representation on a pro bono or subsidized basis for the most vulnerable and marginalized.

•    Prison work
We attend prisons in Nairobi and Mombasa to conduct legal education seminars to train remandees how to represent themselves. We also conduct one-to-one consultations where we advise remandees on how to conduct their case and how to prepare for court. We are also able to refer the most serious cases where there is a high chance of a serious miscarriage of justice to our network of advocates to take on a pro bono basis.
•    Community legal education
Teaching adults and children on their basic legal and human rights. We attend schools and host adults near our offices to train attendees on legal rights such as the right to education, how to spot signs of child abuse, and how to enforce their rights. Our seminars for adults also contain advice on how to represent yourself in court.
•    Public interest litigation and law reform
Our advocates have taken on matters of public interest on a pro bono basis, for example, the mandatory death sentence for robbery with violence. We believe it is in the public interest that these laws or policies are amended so use the courts as a means to affect change.

•    Mediation
Mediations at CLEAR Kenya provide parties with an opportunity to sit down with the other side of a dispute and discuss the matter. Our trained mediators try to focus on the underlying problems and help the parties reach an agreement. After a successful mediation we are able to produce a legally binding agreement which both parties have a copy of for future reference.

Our Working Hours

We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Phone: 020 2715193

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