LANDac is a partnership between Dutch organizations active in the field of land governance with the aim to optimize the link between land governance, sustainable development and poverty alleviation by generating, analyzing, synthesizing and disseminating knowledge. Some of its activities include PhD programmes, short-term research in collaboration with Southern partners, an annual Summer School on Land Governance, organization of meetings and lectures and providing a platform for a wider range of stakeholders involved in and interested in land governance in the Netherlands.
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Improvement of rights and opportunities for women with respect to control over and ownership of land, leading to more gender equality and empowerment of women.
The analysis of the land reform in Zimbabwe is supported through the experiences of the German development assistance.
The project supports the government per their request in Development of national, gender sensitive and comprehensive Land Policy considering through multi stakeholder process.
The safe and just access to resources and land for women is strengthened.
This programme aims at supporting African stakeholders in strengthening the role of Africa's forests and trees to adapt to climate change in ways that enhance liverlihoods, sustain buidiversity and improve the quality of the environment
Launched in 2014, the Land and Corruption in Africa Programme is addressing land corruption risks by:
Sharing information on how land corruption manifests and what its effects are.
Ensuring that land corruption and actions to fight it are put on the agendas of governments and international bodies like the African Union.
Raising the importance of combating land corruption in the global land governance debate.
Educating citizens about their land rights and how to defend them.
Undertake analytical studies that will result in policy options on land tenure, land compensation, land administration and land use planning.