A human rights attorney and his client were abducted and brutally murdered in Kenya.
Our Christian attorneys on the ground in Kenya – who defend victims of human rights abuses – face new dangers.
Our Kenyan team is battling to defend young girls from forced child marriages. We face the influence of corrupt politicians in court. They’ve threatened the girls who have exposed them and the witnesses who stand up on behalf of these girls. Now, we face the threat of corrupt killings.
We’re mobilizing our Kenyan office, working with the judiciary, police, and community leaders to protect the persecuted from corrupt killings. We’re aggressively advocating globally, preparing critical legal letters to key officials to protect those who dedicate their lives to defending human rights.
Now our Kenyan attorneys urgently need your help. You could be the difference.
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