Project Impact

Twelve months after the project’s launch, a mixed-methods assessment found noticeable improvements in women’s perceptions of their rights to land. More specifically, women reported accessing more land; they indicated that their rights are more likely to be recognized by their families and their communities; they believe their rights are less vulnerable to changes in their families and their communities; they reported being more likely to enforce their rights to land; and they perceive themselves as more likely to effectively influence their families’ decisions to sell, rent, mortgage or bequeath land.

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