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Haki Nawiri Afrika works build the capacity of university students on human rights and social justice. This is implemented through organizing training, advocacy, and community engagement.


The organization trains university students on human rights to enable them to understand their rights and responsibilities and be able to defend their rights and those of others when violated.


Paralegal training is conducted for university students and out-of-school youth to help them understand basic law, legal procedures, and court processes.
Student-community engagement is implemented through students visiting communities to learn but also share the skills gained from their courses. For example law students carrying out legal rights awareness in communities, psychology students providing basic counseling during community outreach, and education students providing basic learning skills to vulnerable children. The students also provide mentoring to primary school and high school students.