LRF Statement on the launch of the Zimbabwe Justice Sector Programme

The Legal Resources Foundation, with the support of the EU under the Zimbabwe Justice Sector Programme, is offering legal training to traditional leaders with the aim of improving access to justice for rural communities in Zimbabwe, particularly those who are marginalised and vulnerable. The training, which is being conducted in collaboration with the Council of […]

Bridging the gap between communities and elected officials

Communities have difficulty in finding platforms to interact with elected officials where the tendency is to seek such interaction when campaigning around elections but thereafter being conspicuous in their absence. The LRF has taken the initiative to bridge the gap between elected officials and their communities in Midlands, Manicaland and Masvingo and this is proving […]


The Legal Resources Foundation joins the rest of the World in commemorating the International Human Rights Day. This year, International Human Rights Day marks the beginning of a year-long campaign in recognition of the upcoming 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights under the theme “#StandUp4HumanRights”. The theme resonates well with the LRF’s […]

Grandma’s hopes restored

I had almost lost hope, but my grandchildren are back at school! My name is Gogo Phiri, I live in Bulawayo with my grandchildren Maclean and Phumuzile who are both orphaned.When I moved from Gokwe I decided to take my grandchildren with me since there was no one to take care of them in the […]

LRF makes legal aid a reality

Accessing justice is a nightmare in Zimbabwe as it is not only difficult to understand and follow the complex court processes, but also expensive, particularly if one engages a legal practitioner. For many, access to justice is a pie in the sky. The LRF’s legal services have, however, made access to justice a reality for […]