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Biden administration: How can women benefit from land technology?
20 janvier 2021
Authors: 
Yuliya Panfil
Ms. Ailey Kaiser Hughes
Stephanie Sampson
Rwanda
République-Unie de Tanzanie
Ouganda
Afrique du Sud
États-Unis d'Amérique

Land technology is moving at warp speed. How will the Biden administration and Samantha Power ensure women benefit?

AFP/Luis Tato
17 septembre 2020
Afrique
Mozambique
Rwanda
Zimbabwe
Angola
Afrique du Sud
Europe orientale

Por Hermenegildo Langa

Em África, muitas preocupações em torno da exploração de terra são semelhantes, sobretudo a necessidade de evitar conflitos assegurando a posse segura pelas comunidades. O Ruanda é um dos exemplos a seguir, mas há outras experiências, boas e más, sobre as quais vale a pena reflectir.

21 mars 2018
Authors: 
Klaus Deininger
Afrique
Rwanda
Afrique du Sud
Global

Many of today’s increasingly complex development challenges, from rapid urban expansion to climate change, disaster resilience, and social inclusion, are intimately tied to land and the way it is used. Addressing these challenges while also ensuring individuals and communities are able to make full use of their land depends on consistent, reliable, and accessible identification of land rights.

A woman holding her land certificate in rural Zambia. © Jeremy Green
6 mars 2018
Authors: 
M. Mercedes Stickler
Afrique
Rwanda
Ouganda
Bénin
Ghana
Côte d'Ivoire

There is broad global agreement that secure property rights help eradicate poverty and that securing women’s land rights reduces gender inequality.

24 novembre 2014
Kenya
Rwanda
Inde
Global

Posted: 11/24/2014

Source: Huffington Post



By Tim Hanstad, President and CEO, Landesa



If we want to empower rural women in the developing world, there is no better first step than providing them with secure rights to land.



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Rwanda

Date: 31 mars 2017

Source: Hrw.org

Par Human Rights Watch

Les autorités militaires et civiles de l’ouest du Rwanda ont arrêté, passé à tabac ou menacé des personnes qui ont contesté de récentes décisions du gouvernement visant à forcer certains habitants à quitter leurs terres, a déclaré Human Rights Watch aujourd’hui.

Rwanda

By Sarah Logan and Mallory Baxter

African cities are rapidly expanding as the number of urban residents rises due to rural-urban migration and population growth. Ad hoc urban expansion contributes to an increase in unplanned settlements, urban poverty and inequality, and constraints on new residents, who are attempting to secure access to adequate housing, property rights, employment, and basic services.

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