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Washington D.C., 19 April 2011 — The Land Portal, an online platform to find, share, and collaborate on land information, was launched today at the annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.

Corn is the staple food of the peoples of the Central Planalto of Angola. The corn flour is cooked with water in a pan on the fire until it turns to an unsalted thick puré called funge. This is eaten with the conduto, most of the times, a stew. When there are no ingredients for the conduto, women and children look for a sour leaf called Sungua in the ovapya to make the stew.

During the 3rd European Forum on Rural Development —convened by the European Commission, the Government of Spain and the Global Donor Platform for Rural Development in Palencia, Spain, from 29 March to 1 April 2011— representatives from the International Land Coalition (ILC), ActionAid, the Instituto de Estudios del Hambre (IEH), the Centro de Estudios Rurales y de Agricultura Internacional (CE


Having started a new phase since February 2011, the GIZ Sector Project “Land Policy and Land Management” is seeking qualified consultants for various short term assignments. The aim of the project is to improve the integration of poverty-reducing and conflict-sensitive land policy and land management approaches into development cooperation. Topics that are covered include the following:


Applications are invited for a two-year Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in 'Policy Innovations for Environmental Markets' within the Department of Land Economy in the University of Cambridge, available from 1 October 2011.  This post presents an excellent opportunity for an outstanding early career researcher to gain substantial research and teaching experience within a leading university depart

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