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Jan 2023 - May 2026

Euro

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4000000.00

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Reliable access to land plays a central role in food security and poverty reduction as well as for the sustainable use of natural resources. In contrast, poorly defined land use rights encourage conflicts between different population and land user groups and prevent investment in the conservation and restoration of biodiverse landscapes.

Jan 2009 - Jan 2011

United States dollar

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598204.00

This program aimed to address key causes of conflict and engage communities to achieve peace and reconciliation in Kaabong District, Karamoja, where cattle raiding, contested access to natural resources, small arms proliferation, and weak state institutions are among the drivers of conflict. The program strengthened local and district mechanisms for conflict mitigation, encouraged ongoing dialogue and joint monitoring and strengthened livelihoods.

Jan 2007 - Jan 2008

United States dollar

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649552.00

The project worked to prevent, manage, and help resolve ongoing land conflicts and conflicts created through the land registration project, thereby maintaining micro- and macro-level peace and security and promoting reconciliation during the potentially destabilizing activities resulting from the implementation of the land law; to provide training for land conflict resolution; and to help the GoR implement land rights registration under its land reform program through participatory processes.

Jan 2007 - Jan 2011

United States dollar

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1800000.00

USAID/Burundi’s Policy Reform Program aimed to strengthen relations between the government, civil society, and the media in order to promote dialogue and foster a transparent and participatory land policy formulation process. Through its trainings in conflict management, anti-corruption and advocacy, the project built the capacity of government, civil society, and media to understand and discuss policy matters in an informed and inclusive manner.