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Homestead in Mogadishu
3 novembre 2022
Authors: 
Berta Rafael
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Mozambique

Capacity building for joint adaptation and mitigation at community level

 

Climate change is a fact in Mozambique given the geographical location of this country which places it in a position of vulnerability. The most recorded effects in communities are prolonged drought, floods, strong winds and cyclones jeopardizing livelihoods due to low production and productivity.

What to read digest about mining & land rights in southern africa
20 octobre 2022
Authors: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Malawi
Mozambique
Zimbabwe
République démocratique du Congo
Afrique australe
Afrique du Sud

 Uma revisão da literatura e iniciativas que examinam os impactos da mineração em quatro países da África Austral e Central.

What to read digest about mining & land rights in southern africa
20 octobre 2022
Authors: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Malawi
Mozambique
Zimbabwe
République démocratique du Congo
Afrique australe
Afrique du Sud

Une revue des initiatives et des rapports qui examinent les impacts de l'exploitation minière dans quatre pays d'Afrique australe et centrale.

What to read digest about mining & land rights in southern africa
20 octobre 2022
Authors: 
Dr. Rick de Satge
Malawi
Mozambique
Zimbabwe
République démocratique du Congo
Afrique australe
Afrique du Sud

Una revisión de las iniciativas e informes que examinan los impactos de la minería en cuatro países de África del Sur y Central

Women Farmers in Mozambique
14 octobre 2022
Authors: 
Ms. Karol Boudreaux
Mozambique

Mozambique’s 1997 land law recognises land rights acquired through customary practice and good faith occupancy, even without a formal title. However, the lack of transparent public confirmation or documentation can lead to conflict.

7 septembre 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Ms. Gemma Betsema
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Ouganda
Colombie
Global

Scaling is at the heart of both the name as well as the strategy of LAND-at-scale (LAS). Scaling and scaling potential are key in the way the program was designed and is reflected in the three pillars chosen to realize the aim of the program.

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11 août 2022
Authors: 
Sarah Lowery
Afrique
Mozambique

In Mozambique, community land rights are recognised under the country’s progressive land laws. Yet many private-sector companies also hold long-term leases on wide swathes of land that once belonged to communities. Here, Sarah Lowery of USAID’s Land and Resource Governance Division  discusses how USAID partnered with agroforestry firm Green Resources to help it responsibly divest its land-use rights back to local communities. 

How private-sector leaseholds affect community land rights

15 juillet 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 juillet 2022
Authors: 
Wytske Chamberlain - van der Werf
Burundi
Mozambique
Rwanda
Ouganda
Burkina Faso
Colombie
Global

F Mira Ilha de Mozambique CC BY-SA 2.0
4 avril 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 mars 2022
Authors: 
Sarah Lowery
Corinne Hart
Malawi
Mozambique
Zambie
Libéria
Inde
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.

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