a) Production of an information tool-kit which easy to read package information on gender analysis on the land chapter, and what it
means in terms of land rights, ownership for and by women, security and income, This will also involve advocacy tool for the local communities on how to engage on land issues and a comprehensive package for media on key
issues on women and land rights
b) Development of a media advocacy plan with several media activities both at national and vernacular stations for the sensitization of women on how to use the new constitution to
address severe obstacles to accessing their new formal land and property rights enshrined in the new constitution to improve their claim to rights.
c) Media activities in radio, TV, newspapers and meeting with the
Editor’s Guild and journalists both at national and in 8 Provincial headquarters to sensitize opinion leaders and traditional leaders on women’s property rights to promote fairer and more equitable distribution of land in order to
facilitate civil order, peace and economic growth.
d) Hold Land rights debates , 2 on TV and six on radio which will be translated into 6 major languages to be aired in the vernacular stations to promote debate and
awareness on land rights amongst the public, policy and decision makers and other stakeholders both at the national and the community level.
e) 24 opinion articles on women and land rights in the major newspaper
and a special pull-out of REJECT on women and land with an aim to enhance public vigilance on the provisions of the land rights in new constitution.