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Lignes directrices pour le développement des chaînes de valeurs agricoles en Afrique

Reports & Research
November, 2023
Côte d'Ivoire

Par ailleurs il existe aussi une demande interne, non encore satisfaite, de produits alimentaires transformés et d'autres produits agricoles.

Ces lignes directrices évaluent les efforts antérieurs de développement des chaînes de valeur alimentaires (CVA) en Afrique, proposent des politiques et des stratégies pour développer les CVA et listent les facteurs politiques et institutionnels nécessaires pour une mise en œuvre réussie.

Scaling in Context – Towards responsible scaling in land governance interventions

Reports & Research
September, 2023

LAND-at-scale (LAS) is a land governance support program for developing countries from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, which was launched in 2019. The objective of the program is to directly strengthen essential land governance components for men, women and youth that have the potential to contribute to structural, just, sustainable and inclusive change at scale in lower- and middle-income countries/regions/landscapes.

Bangladesh Country Overview Paper on Climate Change and Land Tenure Rights

Reports & Research
September, 2023

This country overview paper offers a perspective overview of climate change and land tenure rights in Bangladesh. It provides a review and analysis of how the official climate responses and those of other stakeholders impact on the land tenure, use and rights of people. Lastly, it discusses the emergent impacts/implications of climate change on land tenure rights, land use systems and governance.

In undertaking the above discussions, the paper has brought into particular focus the socio-economic issues of poor, marginalized, and at-risk sectors.

Adapted institutional analysis and development framework for understanding customary land institutions in sub-Saharan Africa – A case study from Nigeria

Peer-reviewed publication
July, 2023

Customary land institutions (CLIs) are social institutions that define local land governance in communities. Strengthening community rights continues to be an essential land policy goal, and several studies have focused on ways to improve local land governance through CLIs. Relatively limited attention, however, has been paid to understanding these institutions in themselves.

Land Professionals in the Arab region. Roles, capacities and contribution to land governance and land tenure security

Reports & Research
April, 2023

A functioning land sector is foundational to peace and stability, sustainable development, economic growth, food security, environmental conservation and poverty reduction in the Arab region. Effective and fit-for-purpose land administration is an important precondition for the functioning of the land sector and the foundation for good land governance.

Proceedings of the 2nd Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Forum on Responsible Governance of Investment in Land

Conference Papers & Reports
February, 2023

The second Multi-Stakeholders Dialogue Forum (MSD 02) was held from 29 to 31 March 2022 in Bahir Dar city, the capital of the Amhara region. The MSD Forum brought together 115 representatives of government officials, technical experts, investors, local community representatives, development partners, and the media in order to find solutions to the various challenges in the governance of largescale agricultural investments in Ethiopia. The three-days MSD meeting included presentations, group work and field visits.

BTI 2022 Country Report Lao

Reports & Research
October, 2022

While Laos largely avoided the health impacts of COVID-19, the pandemic’s economic consequences exposed existing vulnerabilities, and left the country at the precipice of fiscal and debt crises. At the 11th national congress of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP), held in January 2021, the LPRP reinforced key elements of the regime’s high-stakes economic strategy but also hinted that the pandemic had encouraged a shift in economic emphasis. Even before the pandemic hit, Laos’s economic transformation had started to slow in 2019.

Not Just Carbon: Capturing All the Benefits of Forests for Stabilizing the Climate from Local to Global Scales

Reports & Research
September, 2022

This report summarizes the science on the biophysical effects of deforestation on climate stability and explores the policy implications of the resulting impacts at three scales: global climate policy, regional cooperation on precipitation management, and national policies related to agriculture and public health. For each of these policy arenas, there are promising entry points to address current gaps through innovations in policies and institutions.