2015- 2020

  • Mass mobilization for land rights in the Constitution
  • Involves for national land policy formulation process
  • Involves in earthquake relief, recovery and reconstruction
  • Land Policy 2019, Land Use Act, 2019, Land Act (8th amendment), 2019
  • Engagement with three tiers of government for implementation of land laws
  • Establish as a resource organization of land and agrarian rights and government recognizes as an expert organization
  • Land Rights, Livelihood strengthening programme at local government
  • MoU with local government, federal government and UN-agencies to solve the problems of landless and informal settlers
  • Involve in action research on land and agrarian rights
  • Government forms High Level Land Commission to return back Encroached Guthi and Pubic Land and Executive Director of CSRC appointed as a member of commission

2009- 2014

  • Second Strategic Plan
  • Joint MoU with AAN, LWF, DANIDA HUGOU, CARE, CCO, OXFAM
  • Hosted a Global Land Conference in Kathmandu, jointly with ILC
  • National Women’s Movement for Land organizing 1000 women from 50 districts in Kathmandu
  • JLO Policy through Budget Policy of 2011/12
  • Community Led Land Rights Practices

2004- 2008

  • Partnership with DANIDA HUGOU
  • Expansion of working areas in 13 districts (7 supported by DANIDA HUGOU and 6 by AAN)
  • Establishment of NLRF through first National Conference
  • First National Conference on Women Rights on Land
  • Formation of National Land Rights Concern Group
  • Baseline study of 25000 households of Chure area and Chure Mahotsav in a partnership with Care Nepal
  • Agreement between MoLRM and NLRF
  • Mass mobilization in the districts through LRFs for different issues pertaining to land
  • Own office building in Kathmandu
  • Membership at International Land Coalition (ILC)
  • NLRF Chairperson as a chairperson of High-Level Land Commission
  • CSRC reached in 40 districts

2001- 2003

  • Focus shift entirely to Land Movement
  • Expansion of working area throughout Sindhupalchok
  • Increased collaborations with other likeminded organizations
  • Establishment of office in Kathmandu
  • Publication of Land Bulletin
  • Baseline study on land issues in 11 VDCs of 11 different districts in collaboration with Enabling State Program (ESP)
  • Started working in Dhanusha, Mahottari and Saptari

1993- 2000

  • Started to work in Kiul and Helambu VDCs of Sindhupalchok in a partnership with ActionAid Nepal
  • Integrated Approach to Development
  • Initiation of tenancy land campaign
  • Reflect approach for empowerment
  • 1700 farmers in a rally to create pressure at district level in Sindhupalchok

CSRC New Strategy Launched