African Institute for Agrarian Studies
The African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS) "is a regional policy research organization that focuses on influencing land and agrarian reform policies through multidisciplinary social science research, policy dialogues, training and information dissemination." 
"The African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS) was founded in 2002. It is legally registered as a trust and a not-for-profit organisation, independent of any government, private firm or funding agency. The AIAS has been registered, through a Deed of Trust by the Registrar of Deeds in Zimbabwe . The mission of the AIAS is to provide objective policy analysis backed by solid research in order to enhance the quality of debate on land and natural resources issues in Africa." 
Accessed January 2009: 
- Joshua Nyoni (Chairperson) - Zimbabwean
- Doris Sikhosana (Vice Chairperson) – South African
- Kojo Amanor (Secretary) – Ghanaian
- Themba Maluleke (Trustee) – South African
- Sam Moyo (Trustee) - Zimbabwean
Partners & Associates 
- Institute for Development Studies (IDS) University of Zimbabwe
- Centre for Applied Social Science Research (CASS)
- Community Technology Development Trust
- Farm Community Trust of Zimbabwe
- Regional Environment Organisation (ZERO)
- University of Zimbabwe
REGIONAL - ARFICA
- Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE)
- Centre for Policy Studies (Zimb) (CPS)
- Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR)
- Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA)
- Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA )
- Southern Africa Poverty Regional Network (SAPRN)
- Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO)
- Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte , Brazil
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Home, African Institute for Agrarian Studies, accessed January 3, 2009.
- History, African Institute for Agrarian Studies, accessed January 3, 2009.
- Trustees, African Institute for Agrarian Studies, accessed January 3, 2009.
- Partners & Associates, African Institute for Agrarian Studies, accessed January 3, 2009.