Ending land tenure system discrimination

Khadija Mrisho writes about the integral role that women farmers play in rural areas in Tanzania, and best practices for closing the implementation gap to achieve gender-equitable land rights.

The foundation for women’s empowerment, global food security and the eradication of poverty is beneath our feet

Beth Roberts, Landesa's Center for Women's Land Rights Director, explores the critical importance of securing women's land rights and provides an update on recent activities under the Stand For Her Land campaign.

Gender Dynamics of Climate Change and Land Tenure Security for Women – Webinar Recording

Stand For Her Land Tanzania hosted a webinar discussion on December 16, 2020 titled “Gender Dynamics of Climate Change and Land Tenure Security for Women.”

Action Items: A Letter from the Campaign Secretariat

Action items, country coalition updates & more from the Campaign Secretariat.

Sheria Kiganjani bridges the divide

Sheria Kiganjani is working with the campaign to integrate messaging into its mobile legal aid application on protecting women’s land rights, along with other health and safety information, in the context of the pandemic.

Meet Four Women Who Now Have Secure Rights to Land

Meet the women who now have secure rights to land as result of S4HL Tanzania Coalition member, CARE International Tanzania’s Ardhi Yetu Program (Our Land Program).

Closing the gap on women’s land rights

In half of all countries around the world, women experience gender discrimination in their rights to land. A movement is swelling across the Global South, where women are demanding equal rights to their land and natural resources.