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.
Knowledge management and learning are at the heart of the LAND-at-scale program. RVO, LANDac and the International Land Coalition (ILC) will collaborate to implement the knowledge management (KM) component of the program.
LAND-at-scale is a land governance support programme for developing countries. The livelihood of a large part of the world’s population depends directly on having secure access to land. LAND-at-scale aims to contribute to fair and just tenure security and access to land and natural resources for all. This will lead to more sustainable and efficient use of land and natural resources for food, housing and production. It will also reduce conflicts and competing claims over land.
The project aims at preventing land related conflict and at supporting rural development. This is done through re-enforcing institutional capacity in combination with more effective coordination of land governance at the level of land users. A model for land governance is being tested and replicated
This programme aims at supporting African stakeholders in strengthening the role of Africa's forests and trees to adapt to climate change in ways that enhance liverlihoods, sustain buidiversity and improve the quality of the environment
The programme aims to support public and private institutions, civil society and rural poor organizations to establish a good partnership in the development of two key agricultural sectors (rice and milk) and six secondary branches; it intends to build the human, physical and technical capacity of poor smallholder farmers to enable them to protect their productive assets, increase their product
Contribuer à une meilleure gestion et gouvernance foncière des terres domaniales.Il a été convenu avec les parties prenantes, de focaliser cette intervention sur le cadastrage des terres domaniales en se basant sur les orthophotoplans produits dans le cadre du PPCDR.
This list of countries is where an Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) has been COMPLETED.
The LGAF is a diagnostic tool that is implemented at the local level in a collaborative fashion, that addresses the need for guidance to diagnose and benchmark land governance, and that is intended to help countries prioritize reforms and monitor progress over time.
The programme aim was to regenerate the livelihoods of the rural environment, rebuild social capital including the rehabilitation of human dignity and restore food security among 74,000 poor and vulnerable households in the provinces of Bujumbura Rural and Bururi in the west and Ruyigi in the east.
This programme funded by the European Union (EU) aims at enhancing the joint implementation of the VGGT (Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land , Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security) and the F&G (Framework and Guidelines of the Land Policy Initiative (LPI)) at Pan African level and at supporting and consolidating the implementation of