Our Programs


Land Administration

Global Land Alliance’s Land Administration Program builds upon this extensive and long-term global experience to provide, through our staff, associated consultants and Global Alliance partners, widely considered global practice leaders, innovative and progressive technical assistance and advisory services in the conceptualization, design, technical and operational oversight of land administration and land tenure projects.


Prindex, a joint initiative of the Global Land Alliance and Overseas Development Institute, is the first truly global, comparable measure of ‘perception of land tenure security’. We survey perceptions of a representative sample of citizens, not only heads of household. At end of 2019 Prindex will include date from over 140 countries. United States Government has accepted Prindex as the data source for reporting on SDG 1.4.2. Learn more at prindex.net

Community Land Access and Security

The Program on Community Land Access & Security seeks to address domestic and global threats to social equality that structurally targets access of land of low income and vulnerable communities. This program builds upon localized development of community-centered land strategies to foster new ways of addressing: eviction, land grabbing, urbanization, restorative justice, and policies targeting displaced- marginalized and discriminated groups.

Community-Based Resource Management

This Program supports communities and individuals in identifying and managing natural resources to ensure long-term sustainability especially of forest ecosystems. Global Land Alliance developed an analytical and assessment framework for forest tenure for the World Bank, which is currently being piloted, and a new initiative to quantify the benefits of forest tenure reform, the "tenure dividend", under development with partners from The Nature Conservancy and McGill University.


The Latest News


Jan 2019

“People who want to engage with tenure issues need a holistic view of the problems and a global starting point […] there are always situations where we can make progress—as organizations like Global Land Alliance are showing.”

Dr. David Stanfield / Read Full Article



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Since our founding in 2014, Global Land Alliance has recognized that well-defined and well-managed land and resource rights are fundamental to the prosperity of people and places, with a focus supporting  a broad range of poverty reduction and sustainability goals. Join our alliance to help reach that vision.


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