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We help educate administrations and the public on why forensic DNA is important and how it aids to both deter and detect offenders.



We support campaigns which advocate for the inception of DNA policies and laws.



We track the establishment and growth of DNA Databases and forensic DNA labs throughout Africa, as well as monitor the reduction of DNA Backlogs.



We identify and highlight obstacles such as DNA backlogs, lagging DNA policies and limited DNA capacity, offering solutions to redress these roadblocks to help combat crime.


Through our experienced forensic DNA experts and network of key opinion leaders, we offer data and policy information needed to make strategic decisions in the following ways:



We help to ensure that the appropriate DNA capacity is in place to support the implementation of DNA policies and laws.

Some of the inspiring change-advocates

working together for the betterment of society in Africa.

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DNA Project

In 2012, the DNA Project created an awareness-raising campaign to educate the public on the importance of crime scene evidence. 

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Angels' Care Network

Angels’ Care assists children in informal settlements with heath care programmes, including a crisis centre for children who are victims of gender based violence.

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Wangu Kanja Foundation

Restoring dignity to survivors of sexual violence, the WKF is a center of excellence in prevention, protection and response to sexual and gender based violence

Malaika Oringo

Striving for the common goal of combating trafficking in human beings and exploitation the vulnerable population East Africa