Members: all ILC Members
To work with Indigenous Communities in obtaining access to and control of their natural environment and in sustainably protecting, managing, utilizing and developing these as a means towards self-respect, self-sufficiency and a stable natural environment.
ReBeSeF/CGT has the mission to work for the awakening of conscience, the harmonisation of land policy to a more healthy and sustainable land.
The mission of the institute is to promote policies, laws and institutions that empower resource dependent communities in East Africa to effectively participate in natural resource management for improved livelihoods.
RISD’s Mission is to promote, advocate and foster social and economic transformation in Rwanda by Rwandans themselves, and to work towards poverty eradication through an equitable and participatory sustainable approach.
Support and empower people in knowledge accumulation, policy making and social movement strategy on agrarian reform and rural development.
In France, the Secours Populaire is mostly dedicated to exclusion problems related to children and poor families. In the rest of the world, the SPF works with local partners on development and education projects, including in emergency scenarios.
To provide a global framework to support the development and implementation of national and regional policies, programmes and measures to prevent, control and reverse desertification/land degradation and mitigate the effects of drought through scientific and technological excellence, raising public awareness, standard setting, advocacy and resource mobilization, thereby contributing to poverty reduction.
SDF is a humanist organisation working to impart scientific education among people to eradicate superstition and myths regarding women and vulnerable sections of the society. Agrarian reform with a gender sensitivity is one of the prime focus of SDF apart from right to food, secular values and development of scientific temper among the community they are working with, such as tribals, Dalits, women, minorities and other backward communities in India like fishermen, scavengers and women from Muslim community.
Protection of environment by following and implementing approaches of “Agenda 21”, through organization and capacity building of affected people, networking among stakeholders, initiating field research and advocacy.
To empower the powerless to build up such a Society. Siding with the powerless to unleash their fettered but inherent dynamism and strength to place themselves in the broad-way of growth, amply fueled and fired to move ahead and build up pro-progress environs, ensuring a harmonious society where social, political, economic, educational, cultural, in-family & inter-family and gender justice, equity, (possibly) equality and play of good conscience, rule the roost.
Afin d’accéder à un cadre technique, administratif et juridique plus proche des attentes de la population et favorable au développement, la SIF s’est donné pour mission de :
capitaliser les expériences sur terrain; représenter au mieux la population malgache par rapport à leurs perspectives en matière de sécurisation foncière,Faire circuler l’information sociale, économique et technique relative au foncier auprès de la population, des responsables de la réforme foncière actuelle et les autorités étatiques.
Veiller au respect des dispositions légales en vigueur.
To develop knowledge and insights related to the guiding philosophies, frameworks and strategies for achieving sustainable development of underdeveloped countries; enhance knowledge and skills for building working partnership with rural communities and design strategies for participatory planning, implementation, monitoring, feedback and evaluation.
To facilitate the development and application of innovative approaches to diversify and improve rural livelihoods based on the utilization, commercialization and sustainable management of natural resources.
To promote and strengthen Cambodian civil society actors, by initiating action, by cooperating with and supporting them, and by provide means for a common voice for those groups so that they can advocate for the democracy .
To improve the lives of the rural poor by supporting their initiatives to gain access to land, water and other natural resources essential in attaining a humane and dignified life.
The mission of Terra Institute is to design, implement, and evaluate the most effective strategies to promote equitable and secure access to land and the sustainable use of the earth’s resources.
Enables poor rural people to overcome poverty.
Our focus is on poor, marginalized and vulnerable rural people. They are small farmers, landless people, labourers, herders, artisanal fishers and small-scale entrepreneurs who depend on agriculture and related activities to survive. We give special attention to gender differences and to empowering women, who account for a disproportionate number of the world’s extremely poor. We recognize the particular needs of indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities, especially in Latin America and Asia.
To combat poverty, inequalities and oppression through People Centred Development (PCD), advocacy for access to land that was brutally and forcefully taken from our ancestors, substantive democracy, profound social, economic and political structural transformation, and facilitation of Sustainable Development for prosperity.
AR Now! mission is to engage government to seriously implement agrarian reform by waging nationally coordinated campaigns for pro-agrarian reform and sustainable rural development (ARRD) policies and programs, and to bring back ARRD as a national agenda and development imperative.
Conduct of national campaigns on agrarian reform and agrarian reform issues;
Support to local agrarian reform initiatives;
Conduct of policy research, analysis and advocacy;
Conduct of legislative lobbying;
Documentation of cases and experiences on agrarian reform implementation and issues
Networking and coalition building
As an NPO/NGO dealing in land reform, TRALSO seeks to:
Make a knowledge based contribution to land reform policies and practices;
Support equitable access to land by rural communities;
Support the development of institutional capacity of rural communities;
Render effective, efficient and accountable service delivery in land and agrarian reform.
To enhance access, control and ownership of land by the poor women, men, children and other marginalized females and males through the promotion of fair policies and laws for protection of land rights.
- Social justice
- Sustainable management of land
- Gender equity
- Participation and empowerment of communities
- Ethics and integrity
Como misión se ha definido fortalecer sus estructuras organizativas y consolidar la participación equitativa y sostenible de las mujeres campesinas y sus familias a través de procesos educativos y productivos que contribuyan a elevar su capacidad de autogestión, producción y desarrollo empresarial, con equidad de género y en armonía con el ambiente.
Con la finalidad de mejorar constantemente nuestro accionar en pro de nuestras afiliadas y contribuir al desarrollo económico del país , consideramos pertinente definir una orientación hacia donde iremos durante los próximos tres años en tal sentido se elaboró un plan estratégico de la organización.
UVOC is an indigenous and peasant organization that gathers indigenous and peasant communities of the departments of Alta and Baja Verapaz, Izabal and part of Quiche, so to co-ordinate joint actions to claim the right to land and territory.
To provide leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations.
To work towards an integrated development i.e. economic, social and cultural of the people and to stimulate sense of good relationship and cooperation among the villagers and raise their economic, educational, social cultural and moral levels.
To generate science-based knowledge about the diverse roles that trees play in agricultural landscapes and to use its research to advance policies and practices that benefit the poor and the environment
To fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results. To help people help themselves and their environment for providing resources, sharing knowledge, building capacity and forging partnerships in the public and private sectors.
In 1994, WFP became the first United Nations organisation to adopt a mission statement. It is the foundation on which we build our policy, defining the who, what, where and how of our ‘mission’ to alleviate global hunger and poverty.
As the food assistance arm of the UN, WFP uses its food to:
- meet emergency needs
- support economic & social development
The Agency also provides the logistics support necessary to get food to the right people at the right time and in the right place.
WFP works to put hunger at the centre of the international agenda, promoting policies, strategies and operations that directly benefit the poor and hungry.
Our mission is to move human society to live in ways that protect Earth’s environment and its capacity to provide for the needs and aspirations of current and future generations.
The Xavier Science Foundation encourages, supports and finances programs dedicated to the pursuit of social and educational development of Mindanao.
The Land Alliance is a platform for collective action committed to promoting equitable access and secured ownership of land by the rural poor, through lobbying and advocacy, networking, research and community partnership.
To work with rural and urban communities fostering balanced, healthy growth and self reliance within a rapidly changing world.
- Quienes Somos
- Miembros y Socios
- Iniciativas globales