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Africa Regional (Kenya, Somalia and Uganda): Improving Governance of Land and Natural Resources

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06/22 - 05/24

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This project is part of

General

1) To improve land conflict management in Eastern Africa by supporting the adoption of a regional agenda on management of conflict over land and natural resources, as well as by strengthening land governance and related policies in three (3) pilot countries. 2) To champion the importance of rule of law in strengthening land governance by combining research, learning and organizational capacity development activities.

Objectives

The project aims to establish IDLO, at both the policy and programming level, as a recognized and credible player in the field of land governance, with important and unique capacities in terms of land conflict management and mitigation that are directly relevant to climate justice, particularly for women and girls, and food security.

Target Groups

Direct beneficiaries: Chiefs of Justice, Environmental Courts, Ministries of Land or Natural Resources, Directors of Ministry of Land or Natural Resources. Indirect beneficiaries: Populations in Kenya, Somalia and Uganda, particularly women and girls. Experts from governments, the African Union, the United Nations system and other international organizations, think tanks, academia, civil society organizations, and the private sector.