The Community Land Act (2013) is a landmark legislation that gives communities the right to own and control their lands but implementation has been slow.
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and its impact is felt particularly hard by indigenous peoples. To help address this issue, we must support and build the capacity of indigenous peoples and their organizations to raise awareness and take action on climate change.
Conflicts have continued to weaken community capacity for resilience, especially among indigenous people. To strengthen and promote structured intra- and inter-community dialogue across the four targeted counties, a strategy of minimizing conflicts has been developed—and is now being implemented as part of this project’s activities.