Who we are

The Social License Platform is run by Landesa and TMP Systems, with the help of local partners and the support of the UK Department for International Development. We are dedicated to helping you find the experts you need to invest in land responsibly and efficiently.

Landesa

Landesa is a global non-profit organization that works with governments, companies, and communities to shape and implement best practices related to land rights and governance, with a focus on emerging markets. Landesa helps companies to build capacity to manage investments that are legally and socially sound, to navigate risks and issues in their value chains and to meet global standards. Landesa has a cross-disciplinary team of experts who are leading implementation of the SLP.

TMP Systems

TMP Systems solves complex environmental and social problems using expertise in finance, technology and political economy. TMP develops and deploys systems that improve decision-making processes and outcomes related to public and private investments in emerging and frontier markets. The TMP network works with a wide range of clients, from private equity funds to development assistance organizations.

Pelum Uganda

Pelum Uganda are both supporting the implementation of the SLP. Pelum Uganda are part of a 12-country strong association of civil society organizations in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa working to improve the livelihoods of small-scale farmers and the sustainability of rural communities, through the fostering of ecological land use management.

Proforest

Proforest are providing technical support in the implementation of the SLP in our phase II expansion into West Africa. Working in more than 30 countries, Proforest supports companies, governments, civil society and other organizations in the responsible production and sourcing of agricultural and forest commodities.

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Donors

This material has been funded by UK aid from the UK government; however the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK government’s official policies.