South Sumatra is one of the provinces in Indonesia that has a lot of land ownership conflicts caused by plantation, mining, and Industrial Timber Plantation (HTI) industries. Cawang Gumilir hamlet, Bumi Makmur village, Musi Rawas District is the examples of areas affected by land conflict in South Sumatra that has not been resolved since 2015. To this day, that case has led to the eviction of community to surrounding areas. To ensure the land conflict’s solutions and provide justice for community to obtain the rights for managing their land, Civil Citizens Organization such as WALHI South Sumatra, Woman Solidarity (SP) Palembang, and LBH Palembang assiste the community, especially women’s group to be involved in resolving the conflict.