Decision-Making and Joint Control Rights over Land in Rwanda | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
Junio 2016
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mokoro:7502

Report explores and analyses community perceptions of the obstacles facing women’s participation in decision-making about jointly held land. Also examines the factors that prevent women from participating in community-level decision-making structures, specifically those related to land. Conducted in 4  districts of Rwanda: Ngororero and Rutsiro (Western Province), Huye (Southern Province) and Ngoma (Eastern Province).

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