It was April when Kenya’s government froze the bank accounts of the human rights organization Haki Africa, its director Hussein Khalid told us. Kenyan officials then raided Haki Africa’s office, taking away their computers and all financial records. Their health insurance company suspended coverage for all staff and their families. Although Khalid and his colleagues used their own savings to keep the organization afloat, they finally were forced to close the office in May. In recent days, some of Haki Africa’s employees – including Khalid – have been followed, day and night, even to their homes.