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Organic Farm, Vinales, Cuba
7 August 2018
Cuba

https://flic.kr/p/2i7EqciLa entrega en usufructo de tierras sin cultivar fue una de las primeras reformas económicas emprendidas por el expresidente Raúl Castro para reanimar la agricultura, un sector vital para la economía de la isla comunista.

11 May 2023
Bangladesh

Bangladesh, with its new Forest Conservation Bill of 2023, is on the brink of a momentous shift in its forest management practices, with two new laws set to revolutionize the sector. These laws, which will replace the colonial-era Forest Act of 1927, have been hailed as a “paradigm shift” and will have a significant impact on the way forest resources are utilized and protected in the country.

8 August 2022
Sierra Leone

 Sierra Leone's parliament on Monday passed two laws that lawyers say will help boost the rights of rural landowners and women against land grabs by big mining and agribusiness firms.

12 February 2022
China

Xi is promoting a new vision to tackle long-standing problems like the rural-urban divide, food security, and poverty.

Land registration team in Madagascar
21 January 2022
Africa
Uganda
Senegal
Sierra Leone

Location: Livestream on the GFFA website (https://www.gffa-berlin.de/en/). If you want to participate actively in the Global Forum on Food & Agriculture and receive information about all events, please register here: https://2022.gffa-berlin.de/#signup.html?

20 October 2021
Asia
Vietnam

The Information Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development (AGROINFO) of the Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development in Viet Nam examined in 2019-2021 how to mainstream and apply the VGGT principles and good practices in the process of amending the 2013 La

ctivist Okiya Omtatah at the Milimani Law Courts. FILE PHOTO | NMG
8 September 2021
Kenya

Activist Okiya Omtatah has moved to court to challenge a section of the law that limits the period within which victims of historical land injustices can make compensation claims.

Botswana Lives By AU's Malabo Declaration
17 August 2020
Botswana

The Minister of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Edwin Dikoloti last week told Parliament that Botswana is making strides in living the Malabo Declaration.
Dikoloti was responding to a question from Member of Parliament for Jwaneng-Mabutsane, Mephato Reatile who had asked the Minister when government would sign the Malabo Declaration.

A sign post advertising land for sale in Kieni on July 22, 2015. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI
16 June 2021
Kenya

The State is set to roll out a value index to make Kenya’s land market transparent and cut wasteful public project spending due to speculative activity that drives up costs, the World Bank has said.

The long-awaited index is also expected to boost own-source revenue collection by counties from land property.

Kubatana
5 March 2021
Zimbabwe

Today 05 March 2021 Masvingo Centre for Research Advocacy and Development (MACRAD), Livison Chikutu represented by Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) filed two court applications concurrently at Masvingo magistrate court and Masvingo High Court on behalf of the Chilonga community.

FARMERS from haciendas in the southern part of Negros Occidental march in Isabel town to call for a meaningful agrarian reform. LYN RILLON
19 June 2016
Philippines

THE DESIGNATION by incoming President Rodrigo Duterte of Rafael “Ka Paeng” Mariano as his secretary of agrarian reform is welcome news for the Filipino peasantry, farmworkers and the rural poor. Mariano, born into a poor peasant family in Nueva Ecija, is chair of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas and former Anakpawis party-list representative.

Land reform: A vote-winner for the NLD
30 September 2020
Myanmar

Main photo: A farm near Yan Gone village, in Lahe Township, Sagaing Region, is seen ready for planting on February 7. In majority ethnic areas across the country, land grabs by powerful interests threaten such customary use.

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