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Who we are

Zambia Land Alliance is a network of NGOs working for just land policies and laws that take into account the interests of the poor. The organization promotes secured access, ownership and control over land through lobbying and advocacy, research and community participation. The alliance began as a committee in 1997 to coordinate activities of member NGOs. The formation of the alliance was necessitated by the Zambian Government’s land reform process initiated in the early 1990s.

Land policy cheers Zambia Land Alliance

GOVERNMENT must remove red tape in the land acquisition process to enable vulnerable groups, especially women acquire land, Zambia Land Alliance (ZLA) executive director Henry Machina has said. Mr Machina said the bureaucracy in the land acquisition process was too complicated for the unemployed and women with humble education, hence their being disadvantaged. Read more »

Zambia Land Alliance happy with President Sata’s call for more land for women

The Zambia Land Alliance has commended President Michael Sata for directing the Ministry of Lands and the Ministry of Gender to ensure that women have access to land for economic development.

In a statement, Alliance Chairperson Ceaser Katebe said the directive if implemented, would see the economic status of many women change in Zambia. Read more »

Continued Deaths Over Land Disputes Worry Zambia Land Alliance.

The Zambia Land Alliance-ZLA- says it is unfortunate that lives have continued to be lost over land disputes.

Alliance executive director Henry Machina says the death of former Wusakile Member of Parliament Barnabas Chellah could have been avoided if there was proper management of land. Read more »