NAMATI. Call for New Partners: Community Land Protection | Land Portal

 


Namati is looking for new partners to adapt its approach to support communities in their regions.


Drawing on five years of research and field-testing, Namati and its partners have designed a powerful four-step process for protecting community lands and natural resources. Namati's approach supports communities to map their resources, harmonize boundaries, and formally register their lands. Communities draft and adopt rules for good land governance, sustainable natural resource management, and intra-community equity and justice. By the end of the process, communities are empowered to set the course of their own development and engage with potential investors on their own terms.


Namati is now ready to share this approach with organizations and build the global movement for community land protection. To keep pace with the global land rush, thousands of communities must take action to protect their rights.


Apply here


The deadline  is April 15, 2015


Namati will provide selected partners with the tools, support, and resources they need to successfully pilot this approach. 


 


Click here to learn more about Namati’s Community Land Protection Program


 

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