Namati is a global network of grassroots legal advocates, seeking to give legal empowerment to poorer communities.
Founded in 2012, Natami supports communities around the world with securing their legal rights in matters of citizenship, health, and land and the environment. Namati works with partners at a grassroots level to train community paralegals, and its Legal Empowerment Network is the world’s largest community of grassroots justice defenders.
How You Can Help
Time: Various (based on commitment)
Namati does not take on volunteers, but you can join the Legal Empowerment Network for free, which (especially if you are a legal professional) may give you opportunities to contribute towards Namati’s mission.
Alternatively, you can sign up for Namati new alerts without being a Network member – visit this page and scroll to the bottom to register.
Give a one-off or monthly donation of your choice to Namati.
You can also explore other ways to give to Namati, such as starting a Facebook Fundraiser, or texting to donate.
Location: Global membership, with key operations in India, Kenya, Mozambique, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, and the United States
Find out more: https://namati.org/
(This information was updated 20/11/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)