Land is a major resource of production and engine for economic development and community livelihoods. Access and security to land is a key precondition for poverty and hunger reduction in rural areas has improved for certain population groups, especially for women and marginalized groups. The project aims at promoting land security through popularizing registration procedures for the local communities to protect their property. This help in reducing crop losses, destruction of livestock, houses and other property as well as imprisonment and assault that usually occur during evictions, grabbing and other land related conflicts. By working with the local land governance structures, the project not only promote sustainability but also accountability and better service provision. It is important for rural women farmers gain control and make decisions over land as a resource of production for them to meaningfully participate in economic development. Security of tenure through land registration is paramount for this to happen.