Seriti provides Land Rights Services to the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, the Land Rights Management Facility, and the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights. Services offering include help with mediating matters in communal property associations and among dwellers on the land, providing transactional advisory and business support services, and implementing training plans for the Department.
Land Reform and Rural Development
Our work in land reform and rural development is cross-cutting. We effectively play a role to assist Communal Property Institutions (CPI), including communal property associations (CPA) and land reform, trusts to promote legal compliance and governance, financial accountability, commercial partnerships to develop their land and create jobs, and building the capacity of the executive members.
Seriti adopts a transformational approach that involves taking CPIs on a developmental learning journey to realise their strengths and understand their opportunities. We assist the CPI management and staff to map and understand their various kinds of assets and see how to use them more effectively, in addressing issues of concern. Key to our methodology is an ongoing review and assessment to establish whether the desired objectives were achieved and to identify gaps or areas to be strengthened.