Chemonics International | Land Portal
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202.955.3300

Location

1717 H St NW
20006 Washington , District Of Columbia
United States
District Of Columbia US
Working languages: 
English

Chemonics is an international development company that combines broad regional experience with technical depth and unparalleled management skill. Our portfolio covers agriculture and food security, conflict and crisis, democracy and governance, economic growth and trade, education and youth, environment and natural resources, gender equality and social inclusion, health, supply chain solutions, and water, energy, and sustainable cities. Our management systems allow us to document, measure and apply both recent innovations and proven best practices across multiple regions and sectors.


We’re one of the world’s leading partners in international development because where Chemonics works, development works.

Chemonics International Resources

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This project will enhance the capacity of rural women and smallholder farmers in Nigeria to end hunger, poverty and curb land degradation. We are teaching them how to regenerate their land resources,helping them plant and grow fruit (economic) trees, crops and vegetables for a sustainable livelihood.Seed to Wealth trains and empowers 25 beneficiaries in each selected community/corporative on sustainable land management,seedlings, beekeeping and alternative skills for enhanced economy and nature

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Farmers with secure land rights are better able to take care of their land and respond to the impacts of climate change. In Myanmar, Landesa is working with communities and the government to promote Community Forest Certificates, which legalize a way of life local people have been practicing for generations: farming among the trees. Besides giving families rights to farm and live in the forests, CFC's also gives community members responsibilities for caring for this important natural area.

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Seventy-five percent of the world's poorest people live in rural areas where land is a critical asset, but more than half these families lack either access to land or a secure stake in the land they farm. Landesa partners with governments to provide policy and implementation support to strengthen the land rights of millions of men and women in rural African communities. Your donation will support our activities across Africa, including targeted projects in Liberia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.

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