Jacinta Nyachae, Executive Director
Is an Advocate of the High Court and has experience in human rights issues with a special interest in HIV and AIDS. Is responsible for directing the administration of the organization, designing, formulating and implementing the programmes goals and objectives. Also in charge of research, resource mobilization and fundraising activities. Also a recipient of the Mary Robinson Award for young women leadership in human rights.
Edga Sichangi, Legal Officer
An Advocate of the high court of Kenya, a graduate of Moi University Eldoret with a diploma from the Kenya school of law. A candidate at the Kenya Institute of Management studying project management. Has attended the human rights and peace centre on the 3rd East African School on law, human rights and HIV, also trained on issues of LGBTI and also access to medicine. He is in charge of the legal services programme, and legal aid and litigation, research, resource mobilization,
Teresa Nyakonyu Mutua : Lawyer- human rights and health programme
Holds a bachelors degree (honors) in Law from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and just completed the bar examinations at The Kenya School of Law.
Has worked for Aids Law Project as a volunteer lawyer and now assistant legal officer. She is in charge of legal matters concerning the organization. She have a passion for human rights and in specific interest in rights of women, sexual and reproductive health. She is a trained Key Correspondent (KC) with the responsibility of highlighting issues relating to health and HIV in my community in an international platform (healthdev.com)
George Kerario, Financial Officer
Is a Certified Public Accountant of Kenya with a wide range of experience in Cost and Management Accounting Systems and Audit. Is responsible for the financial management at ALP, preparing budgets and financial reports.
A legal student, motivated by her surroundings and with a passion for human rights. She puts the legal skills she has acquired to fight for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS. She aids by helping in working on legislation that will better the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and by empowering them with knowledge of their rights.
ALP also has volunteer lawyers and students. ALP provides an opportunity for young lawyers to nurture their skills in community work through internships.
Jacqueline Wambui, HIV Program Associate
Works in communities on creating awareness on HIV,In charge of youth and reproductive health rights and Trained as a HIV and AIDS counselor.
AEMI Fellow: Paul Ogendi
Holds a bachelors degree (honors) in Law from University of Nairobi, completed the bar examinations at The Kenya School of Law, LLM Candidate University of Nairobi; Has worked ate HERAF on issues of health and rights. Now undertaking fellowship through the Access to Essential Medicines Initiative. The purpose of the fellowship is to develop legal advocacy and access to medicines expertise at key civil society organizations and to foster the development of a new generation of activists interested in access to medicines work.