The Integrated Land and Resource Governance (ILRG) program—managed by the E3/Land and Urban Office—is a broad, multi-faceted field support mechanism available for field Missions and USAID/Washington operating units to buy into for activities through July 2021, with options years extending to July 2023. ILRG can provide short- and long-term technical assistance, analytical services, and field implementation across four areas of support:
- Support the development of progressive and inclusive land and resource laws and policy;
- Assist policy implementation, including clarifying, documenting, registering, and administering rights to land and resources;
- Support the capacity of local institutions to improve equitable and secure land and resource tenure; and
- Facilitate responsible land-based investment that creates optimized outcomes for communities, investors, and the public.
ILRG is a highly flexible field support Task Order under the Strengthening Tenure and Resource Rights (STARR) II IDIQ managed by the E3/Land and Urban Office. ILRG will provide technical assistance services to improve land and resource governance, strengthen property rights, and build resilient livelihoods as the foundation for strong economic growth, stability, self-reliance, and resilience. USAID Missions and Bureaus can request technical assistance through ILRG for a variety of services: assessments, policy support, institutional capacity building, facilitation and partnership building.