El Gobierno Territorial Autónomo de la Nación Wampis (GTANW) ejerce su autonomía de hecho, sin expreso dictamen de la normativa interna sino basándose en el Convenio 169 de la OIT. De esta forma ejercen el control de su territorio, la cual una parte está titulada y la otra no; las áreas no tituladas son de uso y ocupación ancestral y que han sido aprovechadas y cuidadas por los Wampis.
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Library ResourceReports & ResearchSeptember, 2017Peru
Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsNovember, 2016Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru
El Informe 2015 Acceso a la tierra y territorio en Sudamérica es una nueva iniciativa en el marco del Movimiento Regional por la Tierra y Territorio. Transitamos tres años entre sistematizaciones de experiencias inspiradoras de acceso a la tierra, documentos técnicos, encuentros regionales, encuentros de jóvenes por la tierra y articulaciones diversas a favor de la vida rural.
Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsJune, 2017Bolivia
El Informe 2016 Acceso a la tierra y territorio en Sudamérica es una iniciativa del Movimiento Regional por la Tierra y Territorio en su impulso por renovar el pensamiento y categorías respecto al acceso a la tierra. Este informe se suma al esfuerzo de los Aliad@s por la tierra y territorio, en la búsqueda de casos inspiradores acceso a la tierra, producción de documentos técnicos, encuentros regionales,…
Library ResourcePolicy Papers & BriefsFebruary, 2019Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam
The Annual Country Reviews reflect upon current land issues in the Mekong Region, and has been produced for researchers, practitioners and policy advocates operating in the field. Specialists have been selected from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam to briefly answer the following two questions:
1. What are the most pressing issues involving land governance in your country?
2. What are the most important issues for the researcher on land?
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994
This presentation concerns the key property rights issues arising in the West African Semi-Arid Tropics (WASAT). The WASAT contains three main agro-climatic zones: Sahel (300–600 mm of annual rainfall falling in 2.5–4 months); Sudanian (600–900 mm, 4 to 6 month rainy season); and Guinean (900–1100 mm, 6–7 month rainy season). The author presented a conceptual framework to explain the responses that farmers in the WASAT region have adopted to deal with changes in their environment.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994Africa, Western Africa
IITA developed alley cropping (also called hedgerow intercropping by ICRAF) in the mid 1970s to alleviate the problems of reduced soil fertility, reduced yields and soil erosion that were associated with population growth and reduced fallow periods. In the early 1980s this technology was adapted by ILCA to serve as a source of feed. On-farm research was conducted in two locations of South-West and South-East Nigeria. The locations differ in terms of population density, soil fertility, land tenure and typical farm layout.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994
Since September 1993, ILCA and IFPRI have been engaged in a discussion about the most important, researchable, issues in the area of property rights. A concept note has been developed for collaborative research on the evolution of resource use and property institutions under risk. The starting point or framework was the Boserup, McIntire (and others) model of gradual intensification. This model has been used in documents such as the Winrock Assessment of Animal Agriculture to predict paths of future development and recommend research to facilitate that development.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksJuly, 2013Kenya
The cadastral system in Kenya was established in 1903 to cater for land alienation for the white settlers. Since then, a hundred years later, the structure of the system has remained more or less the same despite major changes in surveying technology. The government of Kenya has realized that the current structure is not conducive to economic demands of the 21st century and is interested in re-organizing the structure in line with the current constitutional dispensation and new paradigms in land management.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksMay, 2015Kenya
Governments have power to compulsorily acquire land or other interest in land for a public purpose subject to prompt payment of the compensation to the affected persons. The process of land acquisition involves several government departments which have different mandates depending with the purpose of the acquisition. In several instances departments involved have been seen to be disjointed hence causing gaps and unfinished work in the whole process.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksMarch, 2017Kenya
Land Registration and Administration in Kenya is currently operated on a multi-legal platform [UN 2013]. The Land Registration Act No. 3 of 2012 (LRA) was in that regard enacted to consolidate, harmonize and rationalize land registration goals; which are yet to be achieved. This is majorly because in as much as the 2012 statute repealed five out of the seven major land registration laws, they all remain in force under LRA’s transitional clauses. The Government of Kenya is making efforts to avail land registration information online via the e-citizen platform.
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