World Vision Angola | Land Portal
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Acronym: 
WVA
Focal point: 
John Yale, National Director
Phone number: 
+244 912 501009

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Angola
AO
Working languages: 
anglais

Active in Angola since 1989, World Vision Angola is currently undergoing an emergency response to alleviate the deepening food security crisis and save the lives of malnourished children under 5 in South West Angola. 

 

World Vision Angola Resources

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Documents de politique et mémoires
décembre, 2017
Angola

O objectivo deste estudo é analisar sistema legal fundiário angolano à luz das recomendações propostas pelas Directrizes Voluntárias Sobre a Governança Responsável da Posse de Terra, Pescas e Florestas no Contexto da Segurança Alimentar Nacional (VGGTs no seu acrónimo inglês). 

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Ressources et Outils d'entraînement
juillet, 2017
Angola

In view of the lack of human resources with specific competencies in customary land rights, within the past two decades FAO and various non-governmental organizations have developed materials and methodologies for the dissemination of the Land Law and the participatory delimitation of rural communities. Materials and methodologies were developed based on practical experience of several land projects implemented over a period of approximately 20 years.

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Manual para a Delimitação Participativa de Terras Comunitárias em Angola
Manuels et directives
juillet, 2017
Angola

In view of the lack of human resources with specific competencies in costumary land rights, within the past two decades FAO and various non-governmental organizations have developed materials and methodologies for the dissemination of the Land Law and the participatory delimitation of rural communities. Materials and methodologies were developed based on practical experience of several land projects implemented over a period of approximately 20 years.

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The recognition of the customary land rights: lessons from the Province of Bié in Angola cover image
Documents et rapports de conférence
juillet, 2017
Angola

Effective recognition of customary land rights is still a challenge in Angola, as in many other African countries. Despite customary land rights of the traditional rural communities are expressly recognized in the 2004 National Land Law, very few communities in Angola have been able to register their land. In the Province of Bié, in Angola central highlands, only five customary collective land titles (called Dominio Util Consuetudinario) had been issued within the period 2004-2015.

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