The Challenges of Implementing The Community Land Act in Kenya | Land Portal
Author(s): 
Hussein Wario
Language of the news reported: 
English

The Community Land Act, No. 27 of 2016 (the Act) came into force on 21 September 2016. The Act gives effect to Article 63 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 (the Constitution) which provides for the classification of land known as community land. While the law is progressive on paper- it enables local communities to register and own their communal lands legally, its application has been slow.

To review progress in implementing the Act The Elephant was in conversation with Dr Hussein Wario, Executive Director at the Center for Research and Development in Drylands, Kenya. This interview can be viewed on YouTube or from the Elephant website.

 

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