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Nepal Community Land Rights Project

€0

10/14 - 12/16

Completed

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General

This project aims to increase land poor, women and small farmers' access to lands and promote sustainable use of such lands ultimately to improve livelihoods and food security of target groups. It plans to achieve this aim by enhancing knowledge, skills and capacity of community members on land rights and land reform; improving participation in and effectiveness of community land governance; ensuring and increase land poor, women and small farmers' access to land (particularly fallow public and private lands) and promote their sustainable use; developing and implementing land and agrarian reform plan at community level. Daily office management of the project will be done by the Kathmandu based Land Rights Program Officer with 50% field visit. The project will be supervised by Policy and Advocacy Coordinator. The direct management in field level will be done by implementation partner, Community Self Reliance Center (CSRC). They will have one project coordinator in national level and two district officers in each working districts. The two district officers will work closely with 12 community facilitators (6 in each district).