- The National Legal Aid Programme (NALEAP)
- The Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA)
- CLEAR, an initiative of Kenya Christian Lawyers Fellowship
- AFCIC, Action for children in conflict
The process of filing for child support starts with hiring a lawyer. A lawyer will draft a letter to the party who is meant to pay child support. This approach is used to avoid the long court process.
If you need more Legal Aid on getting child support in Kenya, you can contact some of these organizations that can assist you: