The S4HL campaign was profiled by The Nation in a piece about current movements in Africa to safeguard women’s rights. The initiative’s global advocacy director Esther Mwaura Muiru said: “When women don’t own the land they live and work on, they become trapped in patriarchal systems that reinforce gender inequalities.”
IPP Media profiled a meeting between land experts, academicians and other stakeholders to ensure women and smallholder producers benefit from foreign and local land-based investments in Tanzania.
Leaders and campaigners from across the world today launched Stand for Her Land in Africa, a global advocacy campaign for women’s land rights. Coalitions call for bold investments to secure women’s land rights – to set the course for a more climate resilient and sustainable future
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.
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, country coalition updates & more from the Campaign Secretariat.
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).