Engaging the private sector in responsible agricultural investment in Uganda, Ethiopia and Laos, Good Practice | Land Portal
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September 2023
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As part of the Global Programme Responsible Land Policy in Ethiopia, Laos and Uganda, the Responsible Governance of Investments in Land (RGIL) project, co-financed by the European Union (EU), aims to ensure that investments in land are fair, productive and contribute to sustainable land management. A key element of this is strong engagement of private investors in those processes. This includes capacity building measures for investors and facilitating engagement and discussions between investors and other impacted stakeholders such as civil society, communities and government officials via Multi-Stakeholder Dialogues (MSD) at a national and regional level and organization of Investor Dialogue Fora (IDF) at a local level.

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Harald Rettner, Khankeo Oupravanh, Nora Teufel, Rahel Hailu, Netsanet Genene, Mesai Mitiku, Christian Mesmer, Anna Karolina Lamik, Daniel Kirumira and Jelle Roelling

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