Landesa's newsletter: Plotlines
Last week, 533 poor tribal families received legal title to plots of land where they can now build a house, grow crops and safely plan for the future

The Global Journal released its annual list of the Top 100 Best NGOs in the World and Landesa moved up the rankings eighteen spots from last year to #16

February 2013 Issue
Landesa's newsletter featuring program highlights, latest resources, and news.

Landesa in the News  
The Council on Foreign Relations posts Landesa CEO Tim Hanstad's blog on improving China's unsustainable urbanization.

ONE Campaign promotes our Justice Project in Kenya and the related video.

Fareed Zakaria's GPS blog on runs Hanstad's take on how to make women's rights advances stick.

The Wall Street Journal cites Landesa and quotes Landesa China's senior attorney, Li Ping, about our research in China.

Huffington Post and Skoll Foundation share Hanstad's reflections from the Sundance Film Festival about telling the story of land rights.

Girls Not Brides runs Landesa's story on how ensuring women's rights to land keeps girls out of child marriage in Kenya.

Dowser interviews Katrina Fried about her new book Everyday Heroes and she shares how she was moved by the story of Landesa founder Roy Prosterman.

The Council on Foreign Relations highlights Landesa attorney and land tenure specialist Amanda Richardson's explanation of how land rights are at the root of many obstacles to empowering female farmers.

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