Strengthening Forest Tenure Systems and Governance | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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December 2014
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This publication is a result of a close collaboration between FAO and RECOFTC - the Centre for People and Forests. Many colleagues from both the FAO and RECOFTC as well as other training and tenure experts have provided useful comments and suggestions over the course of developing the materials. This module is designed for training involving a mix of participants interested in contributing to more effective forest tenure policy and programmes. The overall objective of the module is to enable facilitators of forest tenure development processes to identify the needs for strengthening forest tenure systems and governance, and to explore strategies and tools to address these needs. The module also allows space for policy dialogue with decision-makers on key forest tenure related issues.

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Forestry Department Office of Assistant Director-General (Forestry Department)
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