The LLCTC has an elected president and a small secretariat. The current President is the Honourable Reverend Leslie Boseto. The LLCTC holds an annual conference, attended by representatives of the Lauru clans and tribal institutions.
We are primarily concerned with land issues. We help resolve disputes over land and assist communities to protect, care for and manage their natural resources against unwanted exploitation. LLCTC takes a strong stand against uncontrolled logging and encourages all landowners to adopt sustainable practices.
We are also concerned with the exploitation of traditional knowledge and other natural resources.
A key way of protecting all of our resources is by recording our ancestors' wisdom and worthy customs. This is the oral knowledge known by our elders and chiefs, and this is being written down to create a permanent record. This record is being used to solve land disputes and social/cultural disagreements. The overall aim is to promote stability, justice and peace within Lauru.
LLCTC has programs in the following:
Environment and conservation.
The wisdom and worthy customs of Lauru.
Popoloto program, which in our language simply means ‘to put Lauru in order in relation to land, genealogy, and traditions’.
Peacemaking. We have a group that helps settle land disputes in each 'area meeting' (12 geographic areas based on language and