Provide and facilitate academic education and training for African land professional and practitioners.
Define an agenda for research and conduct applied research on land related issues pertinent to the AU agenda on land.
Promote knowledge managemnt, dissemination and networking in support of land policy and governance in Africa by enhancing the community of practice for land policy experts.
Improve land-related curricula in graduate and post-graduate training courses in quantity and quality.
Develop a repository for data, indicators and information, in close cooperation with the LPI, RECs and governments.
Design appropriate monitoring and evaluation systems; and implement pilots to facilitate tracking of land related initiatives.
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