Support to the National Land Centre to demarcate, adjudicate and issue title deeds for approximately 10m plots of land across the country, including promoting joint ownership of women. The programme supports a participatory mechanism for land adjudication and disputes resolution, has invested in mapping technology and is strengthening the land administration system.
Support to the Rwanda Initiative for Sustainable Development, a local NGO working on capacity building at the grassroots through policy research, advocacy, and networking. The main focus is on the Land Tenure Regularisation Support Programme (LTRSP) by means of a Land Dispute Management Program to avoid disputes deriving from the land reform process.
The aim of the programme is through the work of RCN Justice et Democratie to enable citizen participation in proximity justice; facilitate constructive dialogue and raise awareness about the rights and duties of the population, the law and the functioning of proximity justice; seek to safeguard the rights of vulnerable and marginalized groups in particular women’s access to justice and particip
The grants contribute to the development and integration of pro-poor tools and approaches for securing land and natural resource rights into development programmes in 15 selected countries within East and Southern Africa (ESA).
The grant aims to reduce rural poverty in Kirehe District, which is to be evidenced by a steep improvement in household food and nutrition security, asset ownership and quality of life indicators among vulnerable groups including woman-headed households, orphans and those living with HIV/AIDS.
The overall objective is to strengthen decentralised implementation of land and livelihood policies in all districts of Rwanda. Specific objectives include:
1) Create opportunities for engagement and dialogue between local authorities, NSAs, and citizens, especially youth and other vulnerable groups, on policies related to land and livelihood;
LANDac is a partnership between Dutch organizations active in the field of land governance with the aim to optimize the link between land governance, sustainable development and poverty alleviation by generating, analyzing, synthesizing and disseminating knowledge.
The Promoting Peace through Land Dispute Management project aims to manage and mitigate land-related conflict by improving the capacity and effectiveness of local institutions in managing land disputes. The project will also create a safe space for communities to discuss issues before they escalate into conflict.
The Rwanda HIV/AIDS Policy Reform Initiative supports reforms to strengthen the rights (including land rights) of those impacted by HIV/AIDS, by enhancing policy analysis and building civil society capacity to participate in policy formulation.
The LAND project is a five year program supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Its primary goal is strengthening the resilience of Rwandan citizens, communities and institutions and their ability to adapt to land-related economic, environmental and social changes.
The project worked to prevent, manage, and help resolve ongoing land conflicts and conflicts created through the land registration project, thereby maintaining micro- and macro-level peace and security and promoting reconciliation during the potentially destabilizing activities resulting from the implementation of the land law; to provide training for land conflict resolution; and to help the G
The Legislative Process Strengthening Project provided assistance to the executive and legislative branches of the Government of Rwanda to modify policies and laws to include people affected by HIV/AIDS.