We enable young people build ownership around safety, justice and social-economic issues.

Around the world, access to justice for the poor and underrepresented remains a mirage. Alarming high crime and youth incarceration rates in Kenya, where 75% of prisoners are below 30 years of age inspired Peter to seek to build a movement that directly dealt with access to justice, crime, and delinquency.

Our approach

Our Approach which is anchored on access to justice, advocacy and community engagement seeks to equip young people to build ownership around justice, safety and social-economic issues. We believe that awareness creation and knowledge sharing as prevention tools positively impact impressionable and vulnerable children and youth.

Prison and Reintegration Program (Phoenix)

This program focuses on the holistic reformation and transformation of persons in conflict with the law for seamless reintegration into the community upon release.

Community Engagement

This program builds the capacity of young people to be ethical, proactive and proximate changemakers in their communities.

Access to Justice

The program provides legal education to communities, empowering them to exercise their constitutional rights and responsibilities responsibly.

Our 2023 Impact

Children & Youth Reached in Schools & Communities
Communities served in 7 counties
Prisons served
Inmates Reached
Paralegals Trained

Awards & Recognition

May 20, 2021 – WASHINGTON, DC and LONDON – Global Fund for Children announces the winners of the 2021 Juliette Gimon Courage Awards today, recognizing the perseverance of three organizations working to advance the rights of children and young people living in difficult circumstances.