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Togo

Avec une superficie de 56 790 km², le Togo compte parmi les plus petits pays du continent africain. Même si la législation en matière de foncier demeure teintée de l’héritage colonial, une particularité du système togolais concerne la

Guatemala

In the indigenous Náhualt language, Guatemala means land of many trees. Today, the country retains its predominantly rural character, occupying most of its 108,888 km2 . Located in Central America, it borders Mexico, Belize, Honduras

Cuba

Land governance in Cuba has reflected the country's political history. The implementation of a socialist model since the Cuban Revolution resulted in the control of land ownership in the hands of the state or in the hands of cooperative

Costa Rica

Costa Rica stands out for its efforts to protect the environment, with 26% of its territory protected. This, together with increasing urbanisation, has had an impact on agriculture, a declining sector. Land governance poses challenges

Iraq

Iraq is a multi-cultural society and post war country that has been deeply influenced by political conflicts over the last 30 years. With a total land of 435,052 Km2, Iraq ranks 59th worldwide in terms of area. Iraq's population is

Venezuela

Venezuela is a country of extremes and paradoxes. On the one hand, it is at the top of the world ranking of oil reserves with 303,806 million barrels estimated in 2021. On the other hand, 96% of Venezuelan households live in poverty and

Thaïlande

Thailand has a long-standing continuity to its legal framework with a significant amount of its land held under private titles. This reflects the country’s unique position in mainland Southeast Asia, having never been formally colonised

Azerbaïdjan

Azerbaijan has a majority urban-based population and an economy fuelled by oil reserves. As a result of the land reform, the land fund of the republic was distributed among private, municipal and state properties. Livestock is the most

Bangladesh

Le Bangladesh est un pays de basse altitude situé dans le delta du fleuve Bengale, qui partage une frontière avec l'Inde et le Myanmar. Il y a des montagnes dans les zones périphériques, comme les Chittagong Hill Tracts dans le sud-est.

Chili

In the last two years, Chile’s history has been marked by the debate to reform its national Constitution. Land rights, environmental protection and water management were key topics on the agenda. One of the most significant aspects of

Ouganda

La persistance des conflits liés à la terre et à la propriété en Ouganda reflète les politiques sociales coloniales qui ont favorisé la division et cimenté l'inégalité. L'Ouganda est au cœur de la région conflictuelle des Grands Lacs et

Panama

La géographie du Panama a doté le pays de la capacité de connecter le monde par terre et par mer. Par voie terrestre, les 75 517km2 du Panama relient l’Amérique du Sud à l’Amérique centrale par ses frontières à l’est avec la Colombie et