posted : Sep 27, 2012
Zambia Land Alliance is seeking for consultancy services to revise and finalise the organisational gender policy as well as develop gender policies for three District Land Alliances...
posted : Nov 26, 2011
In line with their custodian responsibility in traditional land governance, Zambian chiefs from the Copperbelt, Eastern, Central, Southern and Lusaka Provinces met at a ZLA/Action Aid organized customary land conference on the 25th August at Golf view’ Hotel in Lusaka. Line Government departments, cooperating partners and Zambian civil society organizations were also represented. The overall aim of the consultation forum was to explore ways of improving customary land administration and tenure security for the poor in order to promote social and economic development.
During the plenary and group discussions, the delegates emphasized the urgent need for a pro-poor land policy that will protect the rights and well being of people, especially when granting large scale investment licenses to both local and international firms.