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9 October 2023
Authors: 
Mr. Neil Sorensen
Burundi

Burundi has the world’s highest hunger score and around 45 percent of the population is affected by food insecurity. The country copes with increasing scarcity of land as a result of increasing population size, returnees and IDPs and climate change. With the majority of Burundians depending on agriculture for their food and livelihoods, land scarcity makes this reliance on agriculture precarious. This pressure on land causes elevated levels of land disputes with over 55% of all court cases being related to conflicts over land. The results of these disputes are often highly uncertain, as land is commonly not registered and no good documentation of ownership or use rights exists.

9 October 2023
Authors: 
Lisette Meij
Gemma Betsema
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Somalia
Uganda
Chad
Burkina Faso
Mali
Colombia
Palestine
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 July 2023
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burundi
Uganda
Chad
Colombia
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.

7 September 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Ms. Gemma Betsema
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Uganda
Colombia
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.

Discussing Land Use Rights
24 August 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Maaike van den Berg
Monica Lengoiboni
Burundi
Ghana
Global

Le programme LAND-at-scale vise à appliquer des approches transformatrices de genre à la gouvernance foncière dans ses projets.

Discussing Land Use Rights
24 August 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Maaike van den Berg
Monica Lengoiboni
Burundi
Ghana
Global

This blog describes the common trends and actions across the projects, and is enriched with additional insights from the LANDac Annual Conference 2022 and other events.

Title Deed
13 July 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Uganda
Burkina Faso
Colombia
Global

14 October 2021
Authors: 
Dr. Anne Hennings
Burundi
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Côte d'Ivoire
Colombia
Timor-Leste
Sri Lanka

Over the last month the news all over the world broke with stories about the departure of US forces from Afghanistan and its takeover by the Taliban. Many wonder what the future will bring to those who remained and to those who fled the country. This thought immediately raises all sorts of questions which include 'what will happen to access, control, and ownership of land in states of transition?'

Smallholders in Kenya
2 July 2021
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burundi
Ethiopia
Global

 

La recherche doctorale fournit des éléments clés pour renforcer notre base de connaissances sur l'accès à la terre, la gouvernance foncière et les défis liés au développement, aux crises et à la résilience. C'est pourquoi LANDac réserve une place spéciale dans le programme pour discuter de leurs contributions.

Smallholders in Kenya
2 July 2021
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burundi
Ethiopia
Global

PhD research provides key inputs to strengthen our knowledge base on land access, land governance and challenges related to development, crisis and resilience. This is why LANDac reserves a special place in the programme to discuss their contributions.

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23 October 2019
Sub-Saharan Africa
Burundi
Tanzania

Date: 18 octobre 2019

Source: IWACU

Par: Léandre Sikuyavuga

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