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ForumCiv Liberia Our Land - Forum Civ II

€4957950.323

12/21 - 12/25

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General

ForumCiv’s programme aims to contribute to increased access to land for women and youth and strengthen civil society in Liberia. In a longer perspective, this can lead to increased social cohesion and prevent conflict in the country. The main objective of the programme is that “Women and youth from rural communities in Bomi, Bong and Grand Gedeh counties effectively participate in land governance and management, and access ownership and control of their land for sustainable development and resilience to climate change.” Expecting four outcomes, 1) improving capacity of ForumCiv's office and partners; 2) increased awareness on land governance; 3) target groups developing their own strategies for access and land ownership; 4) dialogue and partnerships between civil society and other actors.

Objectives

Objective Women and youth from rural communities in Bomi, Bong and Grand Gedeh counties effectively participate in land governance and management, and access ownership and control of their land for sustainable development and resilience to climate change. Outcome 1. ForumCivs office in Liberia and its partners have improved their strategies and methods to increase the participation of woman and youth in decision making processes in lands governance and management. Outcome 2. Women, youth, communities, and civil society in Bomi, Bong and Grand Gedeh counties and duty bearers, academia and private sector increase their awareness and capacity so women and youth can effectively participate in land governance and management. Outcome 3. Women, youth, communities, and civil society in Bomi, Bong and Grand Gedeh counties have developed their own strategies to effectively participate in land governance and management and foster their access, ownership and control for a sustainable use of their land. Outcome 4. Dialogue and partnerships between civil society, duty bearers, academia and the private sector increase the level