This study is part of a broader research project on capacities in land management and land administration in the Arab region. The aim is to assess the capacities of land administration and land management, and to map existing institutions and their learning offers on land governance-related courses in Yemen. This research proposes some recommendations to develop and improve land administration and management and the capacities of institutions and agencies at all levels. The recommendations highlight the need to improve and strengthen (1) legal, institutional and technical reforms, and (2) human and financial resource development. It also provides some recommendations for developing curricula and training related to land governance and suggests research topics to improve the performance of land administration and land management.