Land Administration

Conversations on climate activism & indigenous rights -with Judy K

As the world grapples with the consequences of environmental degradation and the urgent need for sustainable solutions, the voices and actions of young individuals have risen to the forefront of this global movement. Simultaneously, indigenous communities, with their deep connection to the land and traditional knowledge, have long been stewards of the Earth, fighting for their rights and the preservation of their ancestral territories. 

“Nurturing Africa’s Future: The Youth, Land, and Opportunities for Sustainable Growth”

Land! One of the most coveted resources globally but more so in the African cultures. In Africa, for instance, access to, use, and control over land are indistinguishably linked to access to other economic and productive resources. Moreover, the value of land in Africa transcends economic and market value. It extends to social, cultural, and …

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“Navigating Land Registration and Legislation in Kenya: A Comprehensive Overview”

Land Registration Kenya adopted a National Land Policy in 2009 after over ten years of consultation and debate. It provided a blueprint for a host of land reforms in the country, many enshrined in the 2010 constitution. The Constitution delved on land and environment in chapter five. It provided that the use and management of …

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Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in Kenya|Land Matrix Africa

Land Matrix Country Profile Land remains one of the most discussed issues in Kenya. Even more, Land acquisitions either driven by foreign investments or domestic investment needs have continued to polarize opinions. Furthermore the divide in opinions is aroused by the uncertainty of implications of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions to the community. To clarify , most …

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How many more tweets to END forced Evictions?

On May 16th 2020 just like most Kenyans, I learned about the Kariobangi forced evictions through twitter. My friend and I had a very emotional chit chat about it and left it at that. But not before we liked, retweeted a couple of tweets from the hashtags, #KariobangiEvictions, #justisticeforKariobangi etc. Local and International dailies wrote …

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Meet this Young Farmer

At 4 am we arrive at the local markets! It was a pleasure to have this young farmer to share his experience with landpages.co.ke.Listen to the recorded zoom call and learn more about youth and their engagement in Agriculture. Enjoy.https://landpages.co.ke/is-land-important-to-the-youth/

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