Celebrating 10 Years of APP Changemakers

For over a decade, we’ve worked in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. Join us in celebrating the lives of these changemakers who are transforming prisons into places of dignity, hope and justice.

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"I have transformed in ways that I never thought possible" 

Rahab Nyawira was released on 15th September 2017 from Lang’ata Women’s Prison, where she had been an inmate for 6 years. Rahab's now a trained paralegal and advocate for her fellow inmates, in APP’s legal aid clinic.

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Meet Dickson, one of Kamiti Prison's changemakers 

Dickson is now in the final year of his Law Degree, which he is studying via the University of London’s Distance Learning Programme, with the support of APP. He was also awarded an MBA on 3rd August 2017.

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Empowering children born within the prison walls

Elizabeth Sivi, spotted something she believed was fundamentally wrong and through her own tenacity and strength made a school that caters for staff and inmates children to learn and play together.

 

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Share Pascal's Graduation news...

 

Find out more about APP's first Law graduate and what motivated him to finish his degree.

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Share Peter Ouko's victory one year on...

"Some of my biggest highlights have been speaking at the TEDGlobal in Arusha this year..."

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Share Susan's death penalty campaign...

 

She along side 417 inmates changed Kenya's legal system forever. 

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Share Frank's Secondment initiatives...

Frank completed his UK Secondment and introduced new initiatives at Kericho Prison.