Uganda has fertile soils and abundant natural resources - 64.5% of land is apt for agriculture, 27% is cultivable. Since 1995, the government has undertaken ambitious property rights legal reform, with an aim to achieve fundamental change in land tenure and resource governance. The Constitution(1995) and Land Act(1998) vest land in the citizens and recognize four historic forms of land tenure - customary, leasehold, freehold, and mailo. Most rural people have rights to their land in customary tenure terms, representing 75%-80% of landholdings. Only 15%-20% of the land is formally registered. Three lessons are presented in this module. These slideshows coincide with other media that further enriches the lesson, including maps, timelines, legal texts, institutional structures, procedures, publications, papers, presentations, and videos.