With support from Joint Oxfam Program in Malawi, LandNet organized, in August 2003, the first National Civil Society workshop on the land policy reform to agree on a strategy to engage government on the participation of civil society organizations in the land policy and law formulation process.
LandNet is a paid-up member of the International Land Coalition (ILC) which is a global alliance of 116 member organization’s in more than fifty countries, including Malawi. In this capacity, LandNet Malawi hosted the 2011 annual conference for ILCAfrica Region whose theme was “Building Joint Action for Pro-poor Land Policy.”
Funding Partners. Current funding partners are the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), Oxfam GB through Oxfam Malawi, the UN FAO, International Land Coalition (ILC) and the University of Western Cape‘s Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS). Previous donors included Actionaid, World Bank.