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10 Diciembre 2018
Camerún

Date: 10 décembre 2018

Source: Famlandgrab, Camer.be

Au mépris d’une décision de justice datant de l’époque coloniale, l’entreprise français occupe et exploite de vastes parcelles de terrains appartenant à quatre communautés du Moungo. Frauduleusement achetés auprès d’un imposteur.

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12 Enero 2018
Camerún

Date: 12 janvier 2018

Source: Chateau news

La mafia traduite en fausses signatures, détournement des terrains et trafic d’influence révolte les populations décriant cette injustice qui entoure les lotissements de la commune d’arrondissement de Ngaoundéré 3e, département de la Vina, région de l’Adamaoua.

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Camerún

Date: 04 octobre 2016

Source: Greenpeace.org

Par: Sylvie Djacbou Deugoue, Chargée de campagne forêt, Greenpeace Afrique

Au Cameroun, une entreprise qui produit de l’huile de palme menace les forêts tropicales. Son bail expire en novembre. Nous sommes mobilisés aux côtés des paysans locaux contre le renouvellement de la concession.

Camerún
Global

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By Kaitlin Cordes, Head of Land and Agriculture at the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment

29 Noviembre 2019
Authors: 
Mr. Eric Feubi Pamen
África
Camerún

Africa remains a net food importing region spending more than USD 35 billion annually on food imports, although this continent has about 65% of the uncultivated arable land left in the world to feed 9 billion people by 2050 (AfDB, 2016). Land tenure remains a major challenge across the continent and only about 10% of Africa’s rural land is registered. In Cameroon, in particular, land as an asset, an input or an income source is not equally possessed by any individual or household with respect to gender and place of living.

8 Marzo 2019
Authors: 
Anouska Perram
África
Camerún
República Centroafricana
Congo
República Democrática del Congo

Improving how we work for – and with – indigenous and local women in their communities

 

As a human rights organisation, gender justice is a fundamental principle of our work, and we have long been conscious of, and sought to address, the barriers to effective participation in decision-making by women, as well as the other human rights violations they may face on account of their gender.

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