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Good Practice Ethiopia - CIGF

Institutional & promotional materials
Avril, 2023
Ethiopia

The Global Programme 'Responsible Land Policy' (GPRLP) is part of the Special Initiative 'One World, No Hunger' of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), which aims to reduce extreme poverty and hunger.

Qualitative Impact Assessment - Responsible Land Policy

Institutional & promotional materials
Avril, 2023
Ethiopia
Madagascar
Uganda
Benin

The Global Programme Responsible Land Policy (GPRLP), launched in November 2015, is based on the assumption that secure land rights can

➊ improve food security and foster investment,
➋ lead to sustainable land use,
➌ reduce conflicts and
➍ improve women’s access to land as well as that of marginalized groups.

Promoting Responsible Governance of Investments in Land (RGIL) in Laos

Policy Papers & Briefs
Avril, 2023
Laos

Laos plans to graduate from least developed country status by 2024. To spur economic growth, the Lao government builds on a resource-based export economy, major mining projects, the constructions of dams, and the expansion of plantation agriculture. A key focus is the promotion of foreign direct investment in agriculture and forestry, to promote technology transfer for intensification of the agricultural sector and thus employment and income for the rural population. However, agriculture and forestry investment projects are placing growing pressure on land as a resource.

Extension Services to increase Production and Productivity of agricultural Investment

Manuals & Guidelines
Avril, 2023
Ethiopia

This publication aims to provide practical guidance for government officials in improving their skills related to agriculture extension service provisions to large-scale agricultural investments. It is meant to be used along with the full version of the manual as well as with the RGIL “Introductory Manual on responsible land-based investments for Governments”.

Pratiques d’intensification agricole durable – Afrique orientale et australe

Journal Articles & Books
Avril, 2023
Afrique
Afrique orientale
Afrique australe

L’intensification agricole durable désigne des pratiques visant à produire davantage à partir de terres, de ressources en eau ou d’autres ressources naturelles données, tout en protégeant l’environnement et en accroissant les retombées économiques et sociales positives.

Les auteurs de la présente note recensent les pratiques d’intensification agricole durable de 17 pays d’Afrique orientale et australe, et formulent des recommandations sur les meilleures méthodes pour les promouvoir dans les pays concernés.

Principles of Community Monitoring

Manuals & Guidelines
Avril, 2023
Global

This document shares emerging ideas, principles, and good practices to socialize the concept of Community Monitoring among companies and investors in land-based sectors, as well as outline steps they can take to meaningfully engage with Indigenous Peoples, local communities, and Afro-descendant Peoples to monitor and respond to the potential environmental and human rights impacts of their operations, supply chains, or investments.

La situation des femmes dans les systèmes agroalimentaires

Reports & Research
Mars, 2023
Afrique
Amériques
Asie
Europe
Océanie

Le rapport sur la situation des femmes dans les systèmes agroalimentaires fournit les dernières données, les leçons apprises et les recommandations pour les politiques et les décideurs sur le genre dans les systèmes agroalimentaires. Il examine et analyse les opportunités et les contraintes des femmes dans les processus économiques et sociaux, tout en faisant le point et en évaluant les progrès réalisés pour combler une série d'écarts entre les sexes.

Responsible Land Policy in Laos - ELTeS

Institutional & promotional materials
Mars, 2023
Laos

With around 7.4 million inhabitants, Laos is relatively sparsely populated. Over 70% of Laotians depend directly or indirectly on agriculture and forestry for their living. To drive forward the country’s development, the Lao Government is investing in agriculture and forestry, mining, and hydropower. Until now, the rural population has derived limited benefit from this practice and is often not familiar with the legal frameworks governing land, nor the relevant institutions and processes that ensure their land rights.