Working in Sierra Leone, ALLAT is an organisation devoted to fostering land rights and agricultural development by promoting a more transparent and accountable land governance. ALLAT's mission is to monitor the processes of large-scale agricultural investments and to advocate for rights with mutual consent and cooperation, in accordance with the new national Land Policy, existing regulations and laws, and the VGGTs.
ALLAT was established to ensure transparent and accountable land governance systems in the country. ALLAT monitors large-scale agricultural investments with specific focus on land rights, acting in accordance with the Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forest in the context of national food security.
ALLAT is a network of civil society organisations, with shared objectives, that carries out joint advocacy programmes. This network also facilitates information flows and the possibility to learn from successful interventions within the State, all of this in collaboration with local authorities. ALLAT also works to identify external actors who promote joint initiatives such as capacity development, the sharing of information, and mentoring and coaching. ALLAT is also involved in establishing programmatic partnerships with knowledge-based institutions and agencies (universities, think tanks and consultancy agencies) to support Research and evidence gathering.