Center For Women’s Land Rights
The Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights champions women’s secure access to land by providing resources and training that connects policymakers, researchers, and practitioners around the world.
Improving outcomes and opportunities for communities and helping companies do business in a trustworthy, transparent, and socially responsible way through guidance and practical advice on strengthening land tenure and stakeholder engagement.
Landesa’s global advocacy aims to elevate the importance of land rights on the global agenda, and build a larger and better connected network of land rights champions.
Landesa in India
Landesa partners with the state and national governments and organizations to help poor, rural women and men gain secure rights to land and the opportunity to build a better future.
Landesa in China
86 million farming families now have secure land tenure to 162 million acres. That is an area about the size of the states of California and Maine combined.
Landesa in Myanmar
Our goal is to support the civilian government of Myanmar’s efforts to develop and implement pro-poor and gender-responsive reforms to strengthen and secure land rights for rural families.
Landesa in Sub-Saharan Africa
Targeting root causes of poverty and insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa, including: insufficient recognition and protection of rural peoples’ land rights, and women’s lack of control over assets.