MALAWI NATIONAL LAND COALITION

Leveraging Diversity for Improved Land Governance in Malawi

ABOUT US
The Malawi National Land Coalition (NLC Malawi) is a collaboration of various organizations whom despite their varying backgrounds and expertise recognize the value in coming together and leveraging their difference in a complementary manner to influence inclusive and sustainable governance of land in Malawi.

The coalition is a national, member-led platform whose ultimate vision is a to realize an inclusive, participatory and coordinated land governance framework that responds to the needs of those living on and off land and other natural resources.

 The NLC Malawi  is part of global network of over 20+ NLCs, established and primarily supported by the International Land Coalition, worldwide working to realize the shared goal of land governance for and with people at the country, regional and global levels. At the heart of NLC's programming are the men, women, girls and boys whose identity and livelihoods are interwoven in the natural landscape of their jurisdiction.

Secure Customary Land Rights

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Women Land Rights

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Youth Land Rights

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Academia
  • Mzuzu University - Urban Research and Advocacy Centre
  • Polytechnic - Faculty of Built Environment
Civil Society Networks
  • Civil Society Agriculture Network
  • LandNet
  • Malawi Youth Network
  • Karonga District Land Network
  • Rumphi District Land Network
  • Mzimba District Land Network
  • Chikwawa District Land Network
  • Phalombe District Land Network
  • Nsanje District Land Network
  • Mangochi District Land Network
Civil Society Organizations
  • Mzimba Youth Association
  • Women's Legal Resources Centre
  • Circle for Integrated Community Development
  • Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy
  • Land Governance Alliance
Development Agencies
  • Oxfam in Malawi
  • United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization
  • WeEffect
Media
  • Zodiak Broadcasting Corporation
Government Ministries
  • Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development
Statutory Bodies
  • Malawi Law Commission
  • National Initiative for Civic Education
OUR MEMBERS

NES MALAWI COUNTRY STRATEGY

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NES MALAWI WORKPLAN AND BUDGET

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PHATA COOPERATIVE BUSINESS MODEL CASE STUDY

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  • Lilongwe, Malawi
  • Hosted By: Women's Legal Resources Centre, Lilongwe Offices, Area 47 Sector 2, Next to National Council of Higher Education (NCHE) Offices. P.O. Box31472, Chichiri, Blantyre 3, Malawi.