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women land rights campaign chad
9 Outubro 2023
Authors: 
Mr. Neil Sorensen
Chade

Chad is at the verge of an emerging land tenure crisis. As observed in many countries in Africa, formal and customary tenure systems overlap. Customary tenure systems, that generally prevail in rural areas, differ from region to region, with each its own needs and practices. Land conflicts are abundant, caused by degradation and transformation of land surfaces caused by climate change, as well as land investments by domestic investors with disputed legitimacy. Women, particularly, struggle in practice to obtain the same rights to land as men, even though country’s constitution enshrines gender equality.

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.

Amahoro @ Scale
11 Julho 2023
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burúndi
Uganda
Chade
Colômbia
Global

Nowadays when it comes to land, many transitions are ongoing, and many organizations target processes of change to improve livelihoods while defining their target groups. In this roundtable we aimed to critically engage about who is targeted, who is left out and why, and how to deal with non-beneficiaries in the proximity of interventions to make these processes of transition fairer and more inclusive.

community-based initiatives
11 Julho 2023
Authors: 
Imke Greven
Tanzânia
Chade
Mongólia
Índia
Global

This panel session reflected on the definition of ‘scaling-up’ with experts from the field bridging experiences from the ground to the theoretical concept of scaling. The focus lied on scaling for increased tenure security – geographically and/or institutionally. Reflections were given on what was scaled, why, how scaling unfolds and what has been learned – in the field of land governance. The session was organized by LAND-at-scale. Scaling is at the heart of both the name as well as the strategy of the LAND-at-scale program (LAS). LAS is a land governance support program funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands and managed by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).

Vegetable farmer in Northern Tanzania. Photo credit: Bill Marwa
7 Junho 2023
Authors: 
Ms. Naomi Shadrack
Chade
Global

Au cours de la dernière décennie, le mouvement pour les droits fonciers, en particulier le mouvement pour les droits fonciers des femmes, a réalisé des progrès significatifs en renforçant la reconnaissance des droits fonciers dans les instruments nationaux, régionaux et internationaux. Malgré ces progrès, la traduction de ces recommandations en dispositions législatives et en pratiques dans les pays a été lente ou minimale

Vegetable farmer in Northern Tanzania. Photo credit: Bill Marwa
7 Junho 2023
Authors: 
Ms. Naomi Shadrack
Chade
Global

In the past decade, the land rights movement, particularly the women's land rights movement, has significantly made progress in strengthening the recognition of land rights in national, regional and international instruments. Despite the progress, translating these recommendations into legislative provisions and practices in countries has been slow or minimal

women land rights campaign chad
8 Março 2022
Chade

« Je prie Dieu qu’il ait partage et communion entre nous les femmes, que nous parlions d’une seule voix, pour se faire entendre par les autorités, qu’ils nous écoutent et nous soutiennent dans nos initiatives, à vaincre la faim et avoir abondement à manger’ Marthe Ladem, productrice rurale Logone orientale ( voir histoire de vie ‘Avec la femme rurale pour un Tchad sans faim 

AFP
14 Julho 2019
África
Camarões
Chade
Burkina Faso
Mali
Níger
Nigéria
Senegal

20 milhões de fulânis vivem sem lar e sem paz: seu modo de vida e o preconceito espalham conflitos na África 


Os fulânis, também chamados peul ou fulbe, são um grupo de mais de 20 milhões de pessoas dispersas por 15 países, da costa atlântica do Senegal à densa selva centro-africana.


Este povo, como todos os outros nômades, fascina e preocupa: contrariam os fundamentos de casa e fronteiras estabelecidos nas sociedades ocidentais e africanas desde a sua colonização.


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