WLRI alumna Felicity Buckle developed a deeper understanding of different types of land rights that she uses to influence program development. Read more about her in our Student Spotlight.
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Incorporating Gender into Community Land Rights Programs in Liberia
While working for ACT, WLRI alumna Vivienne Francis expanded the organization’s approach to be more gender inclusive. Read more about her in our Student Spotlight.
Transforming Career Prospects and Opportunities in Namibia
WLRI’s focus on women and collective land guided alumna Tigisty Maswahu to explore new ways to pursue her interest in land rights. Read more about her in our Student Spotlight.
Developing a Community of Women’s Rights Advocates in Ghana
Bringing over 13 years of experience in the field, WLRI alumna Lois Aduamoah-Addo expanded her ability to train others. Read more about her in our Student Spotlight.
Making Space for Women in Lesotho’s Green Economy
The WLRI transformed alumnus Charles Tjelle’s perspective on the importance of including women in solar project design. Read more about him in our Student Spotlight.
An Inclusive Approach to Land Rights in Ethiopia
WLRI alumnus Abebaw Abebe Belay works to include women in polygamous unions in Ethiopia’s land laws. Read about his work in this Student Spotlight.
Nothing as Beautiful as Working for Women’s Land Rights
Eunice Nabakwa was a member of our Women Land Rights Institute April 2022 cohort. Learn more about her experiences in women and land rights.
Land, Forests, Water: Natural Capital And Security for Women
Based in South Africa, Ojong Enokenwa Baa works as a Gender Consultant for the Centre for International Forestry Research. Learn more about her experiences and what she’s learned from the Institute.
‘How the WLRI will help the women I work with to participate in decisions about their land’
Sabrina-Naa Akeleh Botchway shares her experiences working in land rights in Ghana, and how participating in the Women’s Land Rights Institute is helping her develop her skills.
‘Women Are Strong Like A Rock’
South African Gender/Field Worker Samke Mkhize shares with us why she joined the Women’s Land Rights Institute course: She’s keen to develop effective ways for women to assert their rights when it comes to land.