Land rights are the foundation of stability and prosperity.
people who rely on undocumented land are VULNERABLE
The unrecognized rights to land deny stability and opportunity to over one billion people worldwide and are a significant barrier to development, undermine confidence in government institutions, and seed conflict and insecurity.
Communities and countries seeking economic growth and sustainable development must ensure land rights are documented and secure.
15 Million PARCELS OF LAND
in Uganda are not registered. It will take more than 1,000 years for the country’s few dozen land surveyors to legally register all the parcels.
Land Rights Change Everything
Clarifying documenting, and strengthening land rights is essential.
We develop and promote the use of simple digital tools, technology, and approaches to help our partners efficiently document, store, and share critical land and resource rights information.
By creating an accessible digital record of land, housing and resource rights, we help empower individuals, organizations, communities, and governments with the information they need to make data-driven decisions to secure their land rights and improve resource governance.