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15 Julio 2022
Authors: 
Lisette Meij
Maria Muianga
Mozambique

Mozambique has a progressive land law that came into place through a historically inclusive process. However, there are many obstacles to the proper implementation of the law, including the communities’ lack of formalized land tenure. Terra Firma, one of the LAND-at-scale partners in Mozambique, has worked on achieving tenure security for communities in Mozambique for a long time. To learn more from their experiences and strategies on how to do this in a sustainable way, LAND-at-scale interviewed Maria Muianga from Terra Firma.

Title Deed
13 Julio 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Uganda
Burkina Faso
Colombia
Global

F Mira Ilha de Mozambique CC BY-SA 2.0
4 Abril 2022
Mozambique
The Land Portal published a new country portfolio for Mozambique as part of our Country Insights initiative.  The initiative seeks to expand knowledge about how countries govern their land, the challenges they face and the innovative solutions they find to manage land tenure issues. 
 
Mozambique
8 Marzo 2022
Authors: 
Sarah Lowery
Corinne Hart
Malawi
Mozambique
Zambia
Liberia
India
Global

In many countries men control who gets to use, own, and make decisions about land.

“We used to stay in a corner, quiet. If someone came to take our land or exploit our forests, we did not have the courage to try to stop them.” These words from a woman in Mecoburi, Mozambique reflect how women across the world often feel powerless to defend their rights to land and natural resources. For rural communities, land means everything, from the ability to produce crops for food and income to leveraging financial assets.

displacement mozambique
5 Julio 2021
Authors: 
Marja Spierenburg
Mozambique
Brasil

This session was inspired by the Idai and Kenneth cyclones that hit Mozambique in 2019, as well as military instability in the north of the country, resulting in massive displacements. In this session, presenters discussed the consequences of and prospects for resettlement legislation and procedures in Mozambique in light of increased climate change vulnerability, focusing on impacts on livelihoods and relations with host communities.

2 Mayo 2021
Authors: 
David Matsinhe
Mozambique

By David Matsinhe for the Daily Maverick. 

Originally posted at: https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2021-04-25-recipe-for-conflict-n...

 

Foto: Alfredo Zuniga AFP
19 Abril 2021
África
África subsahariana
Mozambique

Governo vem adotando posicionamento favorável à promoção dos interesses privados em detrimento do exercício do seu papel de proteger efetivamente os direitos das populações no país.

Por Isabella Lamas*  

Fonte: Nzira Deus
30 Marzo 2021
África
África subsahariana
Mozambique
Nzira Deus denuncia a usurpação de terras e a violência em Moçambique e compartilha estratégias feministas para a organização e transformação.
 

Por Nzira Deus

 

Photo credit: Sandra Coburn for USAID
4 Marzo 2021
Authors: 
Jennifer Duncan
Etiopía
Malawi
Mozambique
Tanzania
Zambia
Ghana
Liberia
India
Global

Secure land and resource rights are critical for household wellbeing and livelihoods in many developing countries, where land is the principal asset for the rural poor.

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15 Octubre 2020
Authors: 
Mr. Simon Norfolk
Maria Muianga
Mozambique

This is the story of how dozens of communities in Mozambique are mapping and documenting their own land rights. "A New Hope" is the winner of the Land Portal's Second Data Story Contest, and is authored by the team at Terra Firma Mozambique.  

 

AFP/Luis Tato
17 Septiembre 2020
África
Mozambique
Rwanda
Zimbabwe
Angola
Sudáfrica
Europa oriental

Por Hermenegildo Langa

Em África, muitas preocupações em torno da exploração de terra são semelhantes, sobretudo a necessidade de evitar conflitos assegurando a posse segura pelas comunidades. O Ruanda é um dos exemplos a seguir, mas há outras experiências, boas e más, sobre as quais vale a pena reflectir.

Fonte: Felipe Brescancini
13 Mayo 2020
Authors: 
Henrique Norte
Amanda Martínez
África
África subsahariana
Mozambique
Mulheres reúnem-se para dançar Tufo na comunidade de Mafalala, em Maputo. Fonte: Felipe Brescancini - Think Twice Brasil.
 
A falta de acesso à posse de terra urbana é uma das possíveis causas da expansão e formação das chamadas favelas, presentes nas grandes metrópoles do Sul Global. As favelas geralmente estão localizadas em zonas de risco, tais como em morros ou nas beiras de canais que colocam em perigo permanente a saúde pública de quem nelas habita. 
 

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