Land is an important resource. Its management is important to the entire society. People need land for shelter, clothing, to produce food, for investments and generally to support life systems.
This importance notwithstanding, land has become a source of social injustice, conflict, inequality and its highly degraded. Over 60% of land in Kenya is unregistered creating insecurity of title and room for conflict in use.
The Land Development and Governance Institute, (LDGI) offers a bridge for communities and stakeholders to meet policy makers as well as for policy makers to meet communities for effective policy formulation and implementation. Read More>>