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Explore land rights and governance issues using the filters below, and browse our collection of 60+ country portfolios developed in collaboration with local partners from around the world.

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La inequidad en la tenencia de la tierra ha marcado estructuralmente la historia de Colombia, desde la oposición de intereses entre el minifundio y el latifundio, entre campesinos que demandan tierras y terratenientes que se oponen a ello; pero además, un elemento fundamental a considerar es la existencia del conflicto armado interno, que complejiza las relaciones sociales en el agro, sin olvidar también que la disputa por la tierra se dinamiza actualmente con la presencia de grandes empresas nacionales y extranjeras y la consolidación de un modelo productivo basado en el agronegocio para la producción de materias primas de exportación.

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Plantation de palmiers à huile Feronia Yaligimba en RDC. Photo: Feronia

The Democratic Republic of Congo has experienced a long war that has killed 3.5 million people and devastated the country. After the end of the conflict in 1997, the new government began rebuilding administrative systems and set new standards for good governance.  Congo’s population is composed of several ethnic groups, most of which are of Bantu origin. More than half of the population is rural, with agriculture accounting for 41% of the total GDP.

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La problemática de la tierra en el Ecuador es de larga data y se ha caracterizado por la relación entre el acceso, el uso y la propiedad de la tierra y los problemas de las familias y comunidades campesinas e indígenas; pero también por la relación directa y visible con los sectores que poseen tierras en grandes cantidades, que tienen acceso al poder político y económico del país y que definen qué es necesario para el campo, sus problemas, sus agendas y sus políticas de desarrollo.

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Egypt has a population of about 80 million people who live and work in only 4% of the country, concentrated along the Nile River. Although land is distributed relatively equitably, agricultural land is scarce and the high level of population growth has reduced land per capita. With 57% of the total population living in rural areas and 29% of the total labor force working in the agriculture sector, agriculture accounts for 14% of the country’s total GDP.

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Located in Eastern Africa, north of Kenya, Ethiopia is an ecologically diverse country that is home to nine ethnically based states and two self-governing administrations. The economy is largely based on agriculture, with over 80% of the population engaged in the production of crops and livestock. With a growing population of over 80 million people, Ethiopia is also the most populous landlocked country in the world. On average farm sizes are small, with more than 85% of farming households on less than 2 hectares.

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Located in Western Africa, Ghana in 1957 became the first sub-Saharan country in colonial Africa to gain its independence. Agriculture is a major driver of the economy, accounting for one-third of GDP, alongside gold and cocoa. Approximately 68% of Ghana’s land is used for agriculture and 15% is used as permanent natural pastures.

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Guinea photo DFAT

Guinea is characterized by high political and economic instability, which is one of the reasons why GDP in the country has been stagnant since 2002, with poverty increasing. Of the total land area, agricultural land comprises 51%, with 86% of the poor population living in rural areas and more than 70% of the population working in the agriculture sector.

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