Secure land tenure is key to eradicating poverty;increasing agricultural investment and ensuring food security;and is an essential element of climate action and climate resilience. Yet women have far weaker rights to land than men. These disadvantages exist broadly and with few exceptions globally and are especially limiting to the well-being of women and their families in rural areas;where land is the basis for livelihood;identity;social standing and social security.
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Library ResourceJuly, 2021Ethiopia
An impact pathway analysisReports & ResearchNovember, 2021Zimbabwe
Pathway #1: Food insecurity and competition over access and use of natural resources
(I) The effects of the climate crisis can impact food, land, and water systems in various ways, reducing their production and productivity, increasing food insecurity and potentially lead to conflict because of the reduced opportunity costs of participating in violent acts.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2021Argentina
Digital technologies are slowly spreading in agriculture sectors globally. But their adoption is hampered by the digital divide which requires significant public investments, improved policy and incentive frameworks to be bridged. Only after that, digital transformation will take place at scale. DAP is meant to assess the country's readiness for this digital transformation by identifying main bottlenecks, opportunities and risks for digital transformation. DAP will thus guide public investment and policy work to accelerate the scaling up of digital transformation.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJuly, 2021Ethiopia
Land in Ethiopia is held by the state, who acts as a custodian for the Ethiopian people. Even though it is the state which controls land ownership, farmers and pastoralists are guaranteed a lifetime ‘holding’ right that provides rights to use the land, rent it out, donate, inherit and sharecrop it. Everything except sell and mortgage it. On paper and under existing formal laws, women have equal rights to men as far as use and control of and access to land is concerned.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJanuary, 2021Global
This practitioner’s guide explains how to promote gender-responsive forest tenure reform in community-based forest regimes. It is aimed at those taking up this challenge in developing countries. There is no one single approach to reforming forest tenure practices for achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment. Rather, it involves taking advantage of opportunities that emerge in various institutional arenas such as policy and law-making and implementation, government administration, customary or community-based tenure governance, or forest restoration at the landscape scale.
Library ResourceManuals & GuidelinesJune, 2020Global
This How-to-do Note (HTDN) on Gender and Pastoralism complements the IFAD Toolkit along with the 2018 HTDN on Pastoralism, which highlights the importance of gender in pastoral production systems.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationJuly, 2020Global
This How-to-do Note focuses on how conflicts over land and natural resources in pastoral areas can be prevented or, if already present, transformed into positive outcomes. It identifies why land tenure is a complex issue within pastoralism, discusses the combination of factors that are contributing to more insecure pastoral tenure and triggering pastoral area conflicts, and introduces some of the frameworks, tools and approaches that can be used as part of project design to reduce the potential for conflict.
Library ResourceTraining Resources & ToolsMay, 2017Tunisia, Northern Africa
This presentation presented the concept and design of the GeOC tool. This presentation comes under the introductory session of the training "Sustainable Land Management Options by Context: Approach and Geospatial tool to support Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality”, held in Zaghouan on 16-17 March 2017.
Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsMay, 2017Northern Africa, Tunisia
This presentation (in French) introduced the program of the training "Sustainable Land Management Options by Context: Approach and Geospatial tool to support Achieving Land Degradation Neutrality”, held in Zaghouan on 16-17 March 2017. This activity is under the output "User-friendly, interoperable online tool, containing country-specific, accessible knowledge base of standardized, geo-referenced SLM, to enable stakeholders to query SLM options in different context" of the GIZ funded project “Impact evaluation of SLM options to achieve land degradation neutrality”.
Library ResourceInstitutional & promotional materialsMarch, 2017Tunisia, Northern Africa
This presentation presented the iLAMPT as framework and tool for supporting participatory adaptive management. It comes under the second session “Evaluations of impacts of SWC planning scenarios on soil erosion across Rmel watershed” of the workshop "Systems Tool-aided Participatory Development of Sustainable Land Management Scenarios: 2nd Workshop", held in Zaghouan on 14-15 March 2017.
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