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Women's Land Rights Agenda for Kenya

Land Reform in Kenya has gone through a process starting with the preparation of Sessional Paper No. 3 of 2009 on National Land Policy and the Constitution 2010. This process was prompted as a response to several land-related upheavals that confronted the country over time.

The Land Reform process has progressed systematically from policy formulation, enactment of the policy principles in the 2010 Constitution, and implementation through legislative enactment and institutional restructuring.

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