The Eastern African Land Administration Network (EALAN) was established with a view to create a platform for academic and knowledge exchange. The network’s ambition is to create a harmonized or similar land administration programs that embrace among others the above international and regional documents.

The East African Land Administration Network EALAN aims at providing a platform to its members for exchange of knowledge and experience for provision of quality services to achieve sound land policies and governance. Ultimately, EALAN envisions a society where people-centered land reforms are implemented. The Members strive to improve and strengthen their capacity to provide their products and services to clients in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.