Land Governance

Land governance is the process by which decisions are made regarding the access to and use of land, the manner in which those decisions are implemented and the way that conflicting interests in land are reconciled.

We are working to ensure the youth have access to and use of land and enabling a seamless process through which land conflicts are resolved.

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Gender equality and equity

Foster gender equality and equity by influencing laws that will encourage women to own land, access land and participate in decision-making processes related to land.

 

 

 

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Training and Research

Training young people on land governance and facilitating their research and scholarship schemes in the agrarian field.

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Our commitments

Defend Youth Land Rights

Defend and guarantee the modern and customary land rights of Young people, development actors in Africa (SDG 1; 2; 13; 16).

Land Data information

Make reliable and transparent informations available to organizations for decision-making through studies and research relating to Young people’s acess to land (SDG 16 ; 4).

Women land rights

Guarantee equal opportunities in enabling women to access land as cited in women’s international land rights (SDG 5).

Actions for the youth to access land

Advocacy with organizations and governments for the provision of agricultural land to benefit projects associated with the youth (SDG 1; 2; 8; 9; 11; 12; 17).

Social Inclusion

Equality in decision-making processes related to land considering all strata and categories of young people (SDG 16).

 

Secure Rural Youth Land

Work to secure the rural Youth land and fight against land grabbing in order to guarantee the land rights of Young people in rural area.

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