What We Do

We work with government and civil society to reform policy, law and procedures that impact the rights of women and men smallholder farmers and indigenous communities to access, use and control land and natural resources.

Our approach involves work across three key programs, each with a clear aim and set of activities:

Multi-stakeholder engagement

We engage progressive actors in government to help them become more effective, and open spaces for the voices of affected communities, civil society organisations, and other stakeholders to be heard, to bring about improved land governance.

Civil society engagement

We work with civil society organisations on land-
related issues and support efforts to increase the voices of affected populations.

Research, knowledge, and information

We produce and share research, knowledge and information to strengthen understanding of key issues relating to land and natural resource governance in Myanmar.