USAID/Kenya Supporting Land Reform through the Kenya Transition Initiative (KTI) (2008 – 2013) – $1,765,798
KTI uses a multi-pronged approach for land reform activities. These include:
- Research grants to inform KTI and civil society;
- “Pull” grants to assist change agents within the Parliament and the Ministry of Lands and the new National Land Commission;
- “Push” grants to assist civil society (including the private sector) in identifying problems and demanding reforms;
- Technical guidance through USAID/Kenya, the US Embassy, and the Development Partners Group on Lands (DPGL); and
- Support to build the capacity of local communities to address local land issues.