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cover_Pathways to improving and scaling Land Tenure Registration (LTR) approaches in Burundi.PNG
Reports & Research
October, 2020
Burundi

This scoping study on ways to improve tenure security in Burundi is commissioned by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). RVO is responsible for the implementation of the LAND-at-scale program, which is a program launched by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to contribute to improved land governance around the world.

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Addressing Land Governance in International Responsible Business Conduct Agreements cover image
Manuals & Guidelines
Reports & Research
February, 2018
Global

The study was commissioned to the KIT Royal Tropical Institute in July 2017 by the Land Dialogue, with financial support from the Dutch Government. The objective is to provide insight and guidance into the relevance of land governance as a possible priority theme t o be considered in the process of the International Responsible Business Conduct (IRBC) Agreements.

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Outcomes from Uganda, Ghana & Ethiopia

Reports & Research
August, 2016
Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda

As part of a F&BKP knowledge agenda on land governance and food security, LANDac organisedthree country-specific learning trajectories on land governance and food security in Uganda, Ghana and Ethiopia. This reflection paper brings together the main findings and outcomes to provide policy recommendations for improved land governance and food security in Africa.

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Policy Papers & Briefs
August, 2015
Kenya

In Kenya, insecure land tenure and inequitable access to land, forest and water resources have contributed to conflict and violence, which has in turn exacerbated food insecurity. To address these interlinked problems, a new set of laws and policies on food security and land governance are currently being introduced or designed by the Government of Kenya. The new Food Security Bill explicitly recognizes the link between food security and land access, and the 2012 land laws target the corrupt system of land administration that made much of Kenya’s land grabbing possible.

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Journal Articles & Books
December, 2012

Written and coordinated through a ‘writeshop’ approach, this book stands up for traders – who are often treated with mistrust by smallholder farmers. It aims to improve the relationship between producers and traders, thus contributing to more sustainable value chains that provide access to markets for local producers in Africa. Full of short stories that are unique and rich in information, Trading up’s 15 richly illustrated case studies cover a wide range of countries and commodities.

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Journal Articles & Books
Reports & Research
July, 2012
Kenya

In Kenya, insecure land tenure and inequitable access to land and natural resources have contributed to conflict and violence, which has in return exacerbated food insecurity. Most farmers in Kenya have no legal title for the land on which they farm. Sources of tenure insecurity can be ethnic conflicts over land between neighbouring communities, particularly in the Northern provinces, expropriation by the state or local government and land grabbing by local elite or companies. Competition is as well growing over water, especially over groundwater, which is scarce in Kenya.

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Reports & Research
May, 2004
Mozambique

A Constituição de Moçambique (1990) refere especialmente a participação das comunidades nos diferentes níveis de administração territorial (Constituição, 1990 artigo 116: “Nos diversos escalões territoriais, os órgãos locais do Estado asseguram a participação e decisão dos cidadãos em material de interesse da respectiva comunidade.” A visão sobre a participação comunitária elaborou-se mais na Agenda 2025: “Moçambique é um pais onde, de forma regular, se pratica a consulta participativa e onde se fomentam iniciativas da organizações da sociedade civil na defesa e valorizaç

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