Working towards these commitments
Secure Tenure Rights
Strong Small-Scale Farming Systems
Equal land rights for women
Transparent and accessible information
CSRC’s mission is to empower poor women and men living in rural areas, and enable them to claim and exercise their basic rights, including right to land resources. To achieve the mission, CSRC implements programmes and projects aimed to build the capacity of the rights holders (poor women and men), to change and/or enact polices in favour of the land poor, to develop new/alternative models of land reform, and to create and mobilize change agents at the community level in favour of pro-poor rural people.
CSRC is a social movement and organization which works directly with poor and excluded people, in order to establish a just and equitable society by tapping the potentials and building a sustainable movement of tenants, landless farmers, Kamaiya, Haliya and other land-deprived men and women. CSRC focuses on land rights and social mobilization through the capacity building of people deprived of land rights. CSRC's vision is of a Nepali society where everyone enjoys a secure, free and dignified life.
The organization's objectives include organizing, strengthening and mobilizing rights holders (land poor women and men) to claim and exercise their rights, to build national consensus on land reform framework and initiate actions towards development of a pro-poor land policy and land governance through policy advocacy both at national and international levels, to promote critical engagement with non-state stakeholders.
CSRC's constituencies include landless people and tillers.