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Sudan Women’s Land Rights Agenda 2021-2030

Sudan has no uniform land policy and no specific ministry responsible for the development of land policy. However, many institutions are responsible for the land issues in Sudan. The major one is the National Land Commission established by the act of the Constitution 2005(UNEP, 2017). The 2019 Constitution called for establishment of new land commissions. Article 38. (1) Independent commissions shall be established, and figures with attested competence and integrity shall be nominated, therefore. They are formed and their competencies are defined by the laws that establish them. In the recent past, the National Land commission has been put in place not functional yet. Only the Darfur Land Commission is active.

The Government of Sudan (GoS)) recognised the need to develop land policy, land legislation, and functioning land institutions and the supporting services; given that different contexts have different patterns of land use and land holding, which are influenced by the political system, geographical, economic, social, cultural and historical dimensions.

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