Policy Recommendation on Land and Corruption in Kenya

Kenya is experiencing a land crisis in which many citizens are being forcibly evicted from their homes while investors encroach on forests, parks and farmlands. The main attempt at resolving the land problem began in 2010 after the country passed a new constitution. By enshrining land management principles and a land management institution, the new constitution intended to strengthen land reforms and ensure public land was protected. Crucial legislation was subsequently enacted to improve the dire state of land affairs and redress historical injustices. Within two years, parliament had passed the Land Act, the Land Registration Act and the National Land Commission Act. The Environment and Land Court Act and the Community Land Act were also passed more recently. READ MORE…


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