Groupe de Recherches et d'Echanges Technologiques | Land Portal | Sécurisation des droits fonciers à travers les données ouvertes
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94736 Nogent sur Marne cedex , Paris (75)
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Groupe de Recherches et d'Echanges Technologiques (GRET) (French, Group For Research and Technology Exchanges) is a non-governmental association supporting international cooperation, professional solidarity and poverty reduction in the countries of Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America. It was established in the late 1970s.

Its activities include implementation of field projects, expertise, studies, research, running information and exchange networks. The main spheres of attention are:

  • Access to Essential Services
  • Sustainable Food and Agriculture
  • Institutional Development, Actors, Territories
  • Information and Communication for Development
  • Microfinance and Small Enterprise
  • Public Policies and International Regulations.

The Association is financed mainly by the European Union, the World Bank, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the French Development Agency and also by the Asian Development Bank, Unicef, USAID and many others. 

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Articles et Livres
décembre 2018

The research provides a holistic overview of the key changes that affected Northern Chin society from pre-colonial times up to now in villages close to Hakha town where State penetration was stronger than in more remote

Rapports et recherches
novembre 2016

This study emerged out of an identified need to document social
processes leading to land insecurity, and those leading to investment
and sustainable use of lands by rural populations. Focusing on the
Delta and Dry Zone, the main paddy producing regions of Myanmar,
this analysis unravels the powers at play in shaping rural households’

Documents de politique et mémoires
février 2016

Documents and analyses on land tenure in Burma/Myanmar.....
"1.Reconcile legality and legitimacy through clear legal recognition of existing
acknowledged rights, whatever their origin (customary or statutory) or nature
(individual or collective, temporary or permanent).
2.Initiate widespread debate on the choice of society that the land policies will

Rapports et recherches
mars 2002
Burkina Faso

Ensuring security for farmers is a fundamental economic, social and citizenship issue, raising institutional questions. There needs to be a break with inherited colonial legal dualism. Local management of land and resources is needed. There is no automatic link between land title and security of tenure. Looks at the main approaches adopted in West Africa in the recent past.

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