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CLPA LAS side-event panelists
23 Fevereiro 2024
Authors: 
Aoife Ossendorp
Gemma Betsema
África
Moçambique
Ruanda
Uganda

During the Conference for Land Policy in Africa (CLPA) which took place in Addis Ababa in November 2023, LAND-at-scale organised the side-event ''Climate-Resilient Land Use Planning as a Tool for Addressing Land Degradation''. The LAND-at-scale (LAS) project partners and their government constituencies from Mozambique, Rwanda and Uganda participated in person. The set-up of the session was dynamic with each country first ‘pitching’ how land use planning processes were important in their LAS interventions, and then the government representatives adding to that a perspective from government. In each of the countries, the LAS partners consisting of NGOs and UN organizations, work closely with national or district land use planning officers of the government in carrying out project activities.

9 Outubro 2023
Authors: 
Lisette Meij
Gemma Betsema
Burúndi
Moçambique
Ruanda
Somália
Uganda
Chade
Burkina Faso
Mali
Colômbia
Palestina
Global

Scaling is at the heart of both the name as well as the strategy of LAND-at-scale. Scaling and scaling potential are key in the way the program was designed and is reflected in the three pillars chosen to realize the aim of the program. The first pillar is about scaling successful initiatives and projects; the second pillar focuses on land governance innovations with scaling potential; and the third pillar covers knowledge management, with a focus on gaining a deeper understanding on the conditions required to make scaling successful.

Land Monitoring and the SDGs
16 Maio 2023
Authors: 
Robert Ndugwa
Marrocos
Tunísia
Quênia
Ruanda
Uganda
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Benim
Burkina Faso
Guiné
Costa do Marfim
Mali
Níger
Senegal
Togo
Iraque
Global

La tierra es un recurso finito, y el acceso a ella es esencial para la subsistencia de las personas y las comunidades. Para garantizar que el acceso a la tierra sea seguro y equitativo para todos, las Naciones Unidas han establecido el Objetivo de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) 1.4.2, que mide la seguridad de la tenencia de la tierra de las personas, y el ODS 5.a.1, que mide la seguridad de la tenencia de la tierra agrícola desde una perspectiva de género.

Land Monitoring and the SDGs
16 Maio 2023
Authors: 
Robert Ndugwa
Marrocos
Tunísia
Quênia
Ruanda
Uganda
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Benim
Burkina Faso
Guiné
Costa do Marfim
Mali
Níger
Senegal
Togo
Iraque
Global

La terre est une ressource limitée, et son accès est essentiel pour les moyens de subsistance des individus et des communautés. Pour que l'accès à la terre soit sûr et équitable pour tous, les Nations unies ont fixé l'objectif de développement durable (ODD) 1.4.2, qui mesure la sécurité tenure foncière des individus, et l'ODD 5.a.1, qui mesure la sécurité tenure sur les terres agricoles dans une perspective de genre.

 

Land is a finite resource, and access to it is essential for the livelihoods of individuals and communities. To ensure that access to land is secure and equitable for all, the United Nations has set the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 1.4.2, which measures individuals' land tenure security, and SDG 5.a.1, which measures tenure security over agricultural land from a gender perspective.

Land Monitoring and the SDGs
16 Maio 2023
Authors: 
Robert Ndugwa
Marrocos
Tunísia
Quênia
Ruanda
Uganda
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Benim
Burkina Faso
Guiné
Costa do Marfim
Mali
Níger
Senegal
Togo
Iraque
Global

A terra é um recurso finito, e o acesso a ela é essencial para a subsistência de indivíduos e comunidades. Para garantir que o acesso à terra seja seguro e equitativo para todos, as Nações Unidas estabeleceram os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) 1.4.2, que mede a segurança da posse da terra para os indivíduos, e o ODS 5.a.1, que mede a segurança da posse da terra agrícola a partir de uma perspectiva de gênero.

Land Monitoring and the SDGs
16 Maio 2023
Authors: 
Robert Ndugwa
Marrocos
Tunísia
Quênia
Ruanda
Uganda
Zâmbia
República Democrática do Congo
Benim
Burkina Faso
Guiné
Costa do Marfim
Mali
Níger
Senegal
Togo
Iraque
Global

Land is a finite resource, and access to it is essential for the livelihoods of individuals and communities. To ensure that access to land is secure and equitable for all, the United Nations has set the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 1.4.2, which measures individuals' land tenure security, and SDG 5.a.1, which measures tenure security over agricultural land from a gender perspective.

7 Setembro 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Ms. Gemma Betsema
Burúndi
Moçambique
Ruanda
Uganda
Colômbia
Global

Scaling is at the heart of both the name as well as the strategy of LAND-at-scale (LAS). Scaling and scaling potential are key in the way the program was designed and is reflected in the three pillars chosen to realize the aim of the program.

Title Deed
13 Julho 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Burúndi
Moçambique
Ruanda
Uganda
Burkina Faso
Colômbia
Global

Biden administration: How can women benefit from land technology?
20 Janeiro 2021
Authors: 
Yuliya Panfil
Ms. Ailey Kaiser Hughes
Stephanie Sampson
Ruanda
Tanzânia
Uganda
África do Sul
Estados Unidos

Land technology is moving at warp speed. How will the Biden administration and Samantha Power ensure women benefit?

AFP/Luis Tato
17 Setembro 2020
África
Moçambique
Ruanda
Zimbabwe
Angola
África do Sul
Europa Oriental

Por Hermenegildo Langa


Em África, muitas preocupações em torno da exploração de terra são semelhantes, sobretudo a necessidade de evitar conflitos assegurando a posse segura pelas comunidades. O Ruanda é um dos exemplos a seguir, mas há outras experiências, boas e más, sobre as quais vale a pena reflectir.


21 Março 2018
Authors: 
Klaus Deininger
África
Ruanda
África do Sul
Global

Many of today’s increasingly complex development challenges, from rapid urban expansion to climate change, disaster resilience, and social inclusion, are intimately tied to land and the way it is used. Addressing these challenges while also ensuring individuals and communities are able to make full use of their land depends on consistent, reliable, and accessible identification of land rights.


A woman holding her land certificate in rural Zambia. © Jeremy Green
6 Março 2018
Authors: 
M. Mercedes Stickler
África
Ruanda
Uganda
Benim
Gana
Costa do Marfim

There is broad global agreement that secure property rights help eradicate poverty and that securing women’s land rights reduces gender inequality.

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