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Organisational Overview

AIAS is a regional organisation that  seeks to influence land and agrarian reform policies through  multidisciplinary social science research, policy dialogues, training  and information dissemination. The main focus of the AIAS is to mediate  in the policy making processes so as to enhance rural livelihoods  through an improved policy framework.

In its work, the institute interacts with and provides policy advice and  capacity support to various stakeholders who include, governments,  regional bodies, universities, NGOs researchers, students and the donor  community.

The AIAS is driven by a desire to contribute towards improved rural  livelihoods which should lead to greater capacities for the rural poor to determine their own destinies and contribute towards national  development. The AIAS approach entails encouraging continuous policy debates and refinement of policy.

This is achieved through generation and provision of research based  information, platforms for dialogue, creating and nurturing a policy  community in Africa. The ambition of the AIAS is to provide leadership  in land and agrarian policy processes, to become a Centre of Excellence  and remain an independent and credible institute with some level of  financial independence.

Vision
The AIAS strives for agrarian systems that enhance equitable land rights and sustainable land uses throughout Africa.

Mission
The AIAS is an independent research institute that works with key actors throughout Africa to enhance capacity to develop and implement equitable agrarian policies and promote sustainable land use in support of marginalised groups through undertaking research, policy analysis, training and dialogue.


 

AIAS OVERVIEW
AIAS is a regional organisation that seeks to influence land and agrarian reform policies through multidisciplinary social science research, policy dialogues, training, networking and information dissemination