Is a three year project March 2017 to April 2020 which contributes towards improved food security and reduce poverty among the smallholder farmers in the southern Highland regions Tanzania. The project is implemented in three Districts: Mbarali (Mbeya Region), Makete (Njombe Region) and Sumbawanga (Rukwa Region) benefiting smallholder farmers women and men cultivating food crops and owning between 2ha to 3ha of land. In total number of farmers who are benefiting directly are 250 (125fe). The project benefit indirectly a total of 63,408 people comprising of 12,682 households based in 7 wards. The land advocacy project is jointly supported by DKA and Welthaus Graz all from Austria. Strategies for project implementation involve use of farmer forums and Social Accountability Monitoring approach to enhance local governance by advocating for access to productive land for agricultural production to farmers and creating sensitization to farmers for community land registration.