► Case studies
► Curriculum development
► Implementation of land administration reforms
► Legal and policy analysis
► National survey research
► Teaching and presenting
► Technical assistance
► Technical reports
► Assessments on land tenure, legal reforms and property rights
► Community land trusts
► Forest tenure guidelines
► Measurement and Evaluation: social and economic impact evaluation
► Participatory and gender-focused approaches
► PRIndex: Global Property Rights Index
► Technical and operational project design
► Agile. We are a flexible organization with a wide geographic scope and ability to engage from many locations-specific entry points with varying approaches.
► Independent. We are not part of any organization (firm, university, public structure, international agency) which might limit flexibility to strategic deployment of resources and to establish partnerships for effective innovation.
► Small core team. Our small core team works together with alliances to create a uniquely wide-ranging capacity while maintaining a hands-on engagement.
► Alliance-based. We work in flexible alliances with key partners who have established, long-term relationships with Land Alliance core team members.
► Field work in more than 40 countries
► Designed and accountable for more than $1 billion in global development projects
► Deep networks in global public, private, and civic organizations
► Ability to pinpoint critical path challenges and identify opportunities for pivotal action needed to take success to scale
► Alliances with major universities, private sector leaders and foundations
► Partnerships with senior experts around the world
► Team supported by rising next-generation land experts