Working towards these commitments
Secure Tenure Rights
Equal land rights for women
Secure territorial rights for Indigenous Peoples
SSuLA works to enhance access to and ownership of land for all people of South Sudan, particularly the marginalized men, women, and children, by advocating to influence land policy and legal frameworks.
SSuLA envisions that South Sudan will be a state where citizens and non-citizens have equal rights to access, own and use land and natural resources for ensuring lasting food and livelihood securities, as well as sustainable development under secured land tenure systems.
The SSuLA’s objectives are to raise awareness of land rights among all South Sudanese communities living within South Sudan and abroad, regardless their gender, age, faith and ethnicity; to strive to protect the land and resource rights of the people of South Sudan in accordance with the constitution of the Republic of South Sudan; and to advocate for fair and just land policy and legal frameworks for enhanced land administration and good governance thereof.
The constituencies of SSuLA include men, women, youth, elderly people, traditional leaders, farmers and pastoralists in the Republic of South Sudan.