The Women Land and Property Rights program area focuses on advocating for the effective implementation of constitutional provisions to secure women's land and property rights. We put women at the center of land reform discourses in Kenya.
The Land Governance Program at Kenya Land Alliance focuses on the laws, processes, and structures through which decisions are made about access to land and its use. Through this program, we interrogate the manner in which those decisions are implemented and enforced, and the way in which competing interests in land are managed.
Strengthening Community Land Rights Program area at KLA aims at offering technical assistance to communities in order to secure their rights to utilize and manage their land and natural resources.
Kenya Land Alliance is an umbrella network of Civil Society Organizations and individuals across Kenya who are committed to effective advocacy for the reform of policies and laws governing land in Kenya. The organization was established to create an institutional mechanism to advocate for enabling land laws and policies in order to ensure secure and equitable access to land and natural resources in Kenya. Kenya Land Alliance was formed in 1999 and operated as a Trust. It was later registered as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in July 2013.
Strengthening Community Land Rights.
In a statement, KLA CEO Faith Alubbe opposed, Ruto’s directive, terming it unconstitutional.