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ONU Habitat/Julius Mwelu
26 juillet 2018
Kenya
Um grupo de especialistas em direitos humanos condenou um despejo em massa de moradores do assentamento informal de Kibera, no sudoeste da capital queniana Nairóbi.
 
6 juillet 2018
Kenya

BONN, Germany (Landscape News) — For Erasdus Jefwa Lazaro, a smallholder farmer and father-of-eight in rural coastal Kenya, the small stand of quick-growing eucalyptus and native malia trees on his land is better than money in the bank.


1 juin 2018
Kenya

Kenya’s Ogiek people are optimistic of returning to their ancestral forests as the government has pledged to honour a landmark ruling ordering reparations for forced eviction.

7 mai 2018
Kenya

Land and water-related conflicts are flaring up across Kenya, amid drought, population growth and high unemployment


By Kagondu Njagi


Zambia Should Protect Customary Land Rights
17 avril 2018
Afrique
Kenya

The Environment Liaison Center International (ELCI) is hiring for the Regional Coordination Unit of the International Land Coalition in Africa, ILC Africa a Programme Development Officer (PDO).


Position title: Programme development officer-PDO (local contract)


28 février 2018
Kenya

Kenya’s 2010 constitution guaranteed women extensive land and property rights. But the message wasn’t getting out to the remote communities of the north until a community radio station stepped in.


GARISSA, KENYA – As sun sets on Sankuri village, a group of women take advantage of the dropping temperatures to convene their weekly business meeting.

26 février 2018
Kenya

MAGDALENA AKINYI* HAD a feeling something was amiss when, in 2012, total strangers started coming over to survey her land in Kakamega. The 46-year-old mother of four eventually found out that her husband, who was working in Nairobi, had married a second wife and sold the 4 hectares of land that he and Akinyi had purchased together during their 12 years of marriage.


A village in Kilifi County, Kenya
12 février 2018
Kenya

For over fifty years, Hamisi Bidii farmed a small piece of land 50km north of Mombasa in Kilifi County, Kenya. Hamisi grew cashew nuts, palm and mango trees on his four-acre plot – which provided a modest income for his family – and served his community and country as a local Administration Chief in the years immediately following Kenya’s independence.


EU suspends its support for Water Towers in view of reported human rights abuses
18 janvier 2018
Kenya






European Union Ambassador condemns the killing of a member of the Sengwer community and underlines that both indigenous people's rights and Kenya's water towers need protection

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