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Community Organizations Sustainable Development Institute
Sustainable Development Institute
Sustainable Development Institute
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SDI
Civil Society Organization
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SDI is complrised of grassroots activists using technology to hold the Liberian government & corporations to their commitments.  

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The Struggle between the Powerful and the People

Reports & Research
Mai, 2019
Liberia

In November 2018, the Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) commissioned field-based research on privately owned monoculture plantations across Bomi County, Liberia. The study sought to identify and provide a broader understanding on the nature and implications of privately owned land holdings on the livelihood/food sovereignty of local communities in view of the expansion of Sime Darby's plantation activities. The research is aligned with promoting SDI's approach on community rights and food security with good governance in forest and climate

Walking with villagers: How Liberia’s Land Rights Policy was shaped from the grassroots

Reports & Research
Octobre, 2014
Afrique

In Liberia it is estimated that around half the country’s land mass has been promised to foreign companies and investors. From 2009-11 the Sustainable Development Institute and NAMATI embarked on an action research project to support rural communities to protect, document, and manage their customary lands and natural resources. Drawing from lessons learned in the field, they sought to bring the voices and realities from rural Liberia to influential policymakers.

Walking with villagers: How Liberia’s Land Rights Policy was shaped from the grassroots

Reports & Research
Octobre, 2014
Afrique

In Liberia it is estimated that around half the country’s land mass has been promised to foreign companies and investors. From 2009-11 the Sustainable Development Institute and NAMATI embarked on an action research project to support rural communities to protect, document, and manage their customary lands and natural resources. Drawing from lessons learned in the field, they sought to bring the voices and realities from rural Liberia to influential policymakers.

Walking with villagers: How Liberia’s Land Rights Policy was shaped from the grassroots

Reports & Research
Octobre, 2014
Afrique

In Liberia it is estimated that around half the country’s land mass has been promised to foreign companies and investors. From 2009-11 the Sustainable Development Institute and NAMATI embarked on an action research project to support rural communities to protect, document, and manage their customary lands and natural resources. Drawing from lessons learned in the field, they sought to bring the voices and realities from rural Liberia to influential policymakers.