RECONCILE in partnership with Food and Agriculture of the United Nation (FAO) and the Land Sector Non-state actors executed advocacy activities to enhance land reforms from 2020 to 2021. This was through the FAO – Land Governance Programme ‘Support to the Attainment of Vision 2030 through Devolved Land Reforms in Community Lands of Kenya’ with financial support from European Union (EU). The implementation took place at two levels, national and county levels strengthening engagements of non-state actors in the land reform agenda. Specific objective is to boost targeted and evidence-based multi-stakeholders’ engagement for enhanced land laws implementation to secure land rights as the country implements vision 2030. The implementation of the activities is undertaken in coordination with the Coordinating Council that has RECONCILE as the Secretary while members are KLA, Kituo Cha Sheria, LDGI, GROOTS Kenya, KHRC, Action Aid, Pamoja Trust, Haki Jamii, KWCA and FIDA. The project is also informed by an outcome on An Effective multi-stakeholder’ engagement with Land Laws by Land Sector Non-State Actors.


  1. Land Sector Non-State Actors (LSNSA’s) Coordination Framework for stakeholder’s engagement participatorily established to contribute to the realization of the platform/network while acknowledging the gains and lessons learnt.
  2. Contributed to the functionality of the regional hubs by cascading the LSNSA Coordination Framework within the outfits of Coast, Nyanza, Northern and South Rift Counties; developing linkages with initiatives to ensure integration of county into national activities.
  3. It has built the potential for Land Reforms in the Country and enhanced diversity in engagement for stakeholders through constant media engagement, providing an in-depth conversation on the different processes that constitute the land debate.
  4. Established comprehensive multi-stakeholder coordination platform for promoting land governance dialogue, capacity building, sharing of experiences and good practices in land and natural resource use.
  5. Defined engagement for state and non-state actors including development partners in a bid to build capacities with the quest of promoting synergies thus enrichening coordination and collaboration for sustainable development of initiatives.
  6. Sensitization on various legal frameworks to facilitate engagement of land reform topical issues such as the development of a simplified version on the National Land Information Management System (NLIMS)