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Association for Land Development

Lusaka, Zambia
Joined February 2016
Presence in: Zambia
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights

Association for Land Development (ALD) is a Land Rights non-profit making organization that was established in May 2003 and is registered under the Registrar of Societies Act Cap 119 of the laws of Zambia (registration number is ORS /102/ 35/ 2720). This is a membership based organisation whose key areas of work include; advocacy on pro poor land policies, laws and other related laws, community sensitization of existing land laws and their land rights, promotion of models securing customary land, promotion of community participation in administration of customary land and provision of paralegal services to community members in the target areas.
The Association is headed by a Board of Directors and currently has three full time employees namely; Coordinator, Programmes Officer and Paralegal. ALD is currently a member of Zambia Land Alliance, Civic Forum on Housing and Habitat in Zambia and the Paralegal Alliance Network. ALD was formed comprising individual members have come together to contribute to addressing land issues in Zambia by promoting policy reform, a dvocacy and development of pro poor solutions to problems currently being faced in the delivery of land.

The mission of ALD is “an organization that promotes land development among poor and marginalized rural and urban poor by providing information, technical support, advice and alternative approaches for land administration.”

People Associated With This Organization

Mufalali Samalumo

Zambia  
Association for Land Development
Joined February 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
Am a land expert keen at ensuring and seeing to it that we develop pro poor land rights in our country, an advocate for equal access and ownership of land by all regardless of race colour status or reglion.
Mufalali Samalumo is the network champion (main point of contact) for Association for Land Development.

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