Thursday, September 10, 2015

Assessment and Plan for the Review of the Rwanda National Land Policy

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) LAND Project is pleased to share findings from an assessment of the 2004 National Land Policy. The assessment was conducted by a consultant to determine whether there was a need for review of the 2004 National Land Policy (NLP) and a plan for a comprehensive review of the NLP. The consultant worked closely with and was guided by Rwanda Natural Resources Authority (RNRA), Ministry of Natural Resources (MINIRENA) and USAID LAND Project.

The assessment includes insights gained from the discussions, together with the review of relevant documents and studies done on the land policy inside and outside Rwanda, which have enabled the consultant to come up with this note indicating whether the land policy should be reviewed, areas on which the review should focus and a road map to guide the review. For more details, visit

USAID Land Project will be glad to hear your feedback on the Proceedings Report. Send feedback to Innocent KARANGWA, Communications Specialist USAID LAND Project through e-mail

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