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Fatuma, an agricultural laborer in Tanzania, is among the millions of women worldwide who work on land but don’t own land of their own.
12 mai 2020
Afrique
Afrique sub-saharienne

This blog recapitulates the interventions made by the panelists of a recently held GODAN Action webinar on “Empowering Women for Open Data Mapping in Agriculture: Implications for Land Rights and the SDGs in Africa”, Victor Sunday, Dr. Toyin Ojo, Nathalie Sidibe and Uchechi Shirley Anaduaka.  

Maasai herder on the flooded Mundarara road, northern Tanzania
30 janvier 2020
Authors: 
Dr. Elizabeth Daley
Afrique
République-Unie de Tanzanie
Asie
Mongolie
Global

I write this blog as our project team embarks on a fifth year of work on women’s land tenure security (WOLTS) with pastoral communities in mining-affected areas of Mongolia and Tanzania. Just before Christmas 2019, we were in Mundarara village in northern Tanzania. Exceptionally heavy rains made getting around much more challenging than usual. Locals travelling on foot had to make wide detours to avoid getting bogged down in waterlogged grazing land, and it took everyone much longer to get to the village primary school for our long-planned training day. 

CLPA_UNECA
20 décembre 2019
Authors: 
Mr. Howard Stein
Stacey Zammit
Afrique

During the recent Conference on Land Policy in Africa, we had a chance to sit down and speak with Professor Howard Stein of the University of Michigan. Scroll below to read more.  


1) Can you tell us a little bit about your research, work and background? 

Marc Wegerif of the Human Economy Programme presenting at the Conference on Land Policy in Africa held in Abidjan (Pic: Neil Sorensen/Land Portal https://landportal.org)
18 décembre 2019
Authors: 
Dr. Marc Wegerif
Afrique

Marc Wegerif, of the Human Economy Program within the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship at University of Pretoria, was presenting at the 2019 Conference on Land Policy in Africa (CLPA) in Abidjan Cote d’Ivoire on 28th November 2019. The theme of the CLPA was “Winning the fight against Corruption in the Land Sector: Sustainable Pathway for Africa’s Transformation”.

25 novembre 2019
Authors: 
Charles Boamah
Afrique

The Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges in Africa very wisely prioritised three key objectives:

 

  • Land policy development and implementation;
  • Allocation of adequate budgetary resources to land management and administration;
  • And the establishment of enabling conditions for institutional innovation in land policy and governance frameworks on the continent.

As we gather here today, so much has been achieved over the past decade. And yet we know that a great deal of work still remains to be done.

21 novembre 2019
Authors: 
Mr. ODENDA LUMUMBA
Afrique

Next week the Conference on Land Policy in Africa - Winning the Fight against Corruption in the Land Sector: Sustainable Pathway for Africa’s Transformation, will take place in Abidjan. The African Union recognises that corruption is a key factor hampering efforts at promoting governance, socio-economic transformation, peace and security, and the enjoyment of human rights in the Member States.

21 novembre 2019
Authors: 
Prof. Rexford Ahene
Afrique

Next week the Conference on Land Policy in Africa (CLPA) - Winning the Fight against Corruption in the Land Sector: Sustainable Pathway for Africa’s Transformation, will take place in Abidjan. The African Union recognises that corruption is a key factor hampering efforts at promoting governance, socio-economic transformation, peace and security, and the enjoyment of human rights in the Member States.

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14 octobre 2019
Afrique
Global

Date: 25 Septembre 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabLe Courrier

Par: Catherine Morand

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26 septembre 2019
Afrique
Global

Date: 23 septembre 2019

Source: Farmlandgrab,  Mongabay

Par: Ashoka Mukpo | Traduit par: Héloïse Marguier

- Ces dix dernières années, vingt-sept concessions agricoles destinées aux plantations de palmiers à huile en Afrique occidentale et centrale ont fait faillite ou ont été abandonnées.

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26 septembre 2019
Afrique
Global

Date: 23 septembre 2019

Source: FarmlangrabRFI

Par: Laurent Correau

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17 septembre 2019
Afrique

Date: 13 septembre 2019

Source: FarmlandgrabRFI

Par: Anne-Cécile Bras

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