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Ethiopian pastoralists
29 Março 2022
Authors: 
Dr. Daniel Behailu
Nathaniah Jacobs
Etiópia

Forest transition Aerial view of a Transition Forest area in Bokito, Cameroon. Photo by Mokhamad Edliadi/CIFOR
29 Março 2022
Authors: 
Amaelle Seigneret
Nathaniah Jacobs
África Oriental
Etiópia
Tanzânia
África austral
África do Sul
Global

Commonalities between Ethiopian smallholder farmers and agricultural investors
17 Agosto 2021
Authors: 
Ethiopia Project Responsible Land Policy
Etiópia

There are 278 smallholder farmers in Selama Kebele in the Benishangul-Gumuz Region of western Ethiopia. On average, these farmers own 2 - 10 hectares of land. Smallholder farmer Abdulahi Mohammod, age 48, is one of them. To provide for his thirteen children and two wives, he cultivates 6 hectares of crops which include corn, sorghum, soybean and red peppers. With the earnings derived from his land he is able to meet his family’s basic needs, which includes paying school fees for seven of his children.

Smallholders in Kenya
2 Julho 2021
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burúndi
Etiópia
Global

 

La recherche doctorale fournit des éléments clés pour renforcer notre base de connaissances sur l'accès à la terre, la gouvernance foncière et les défis liés au développement, aux crises et à la résilience. C'est pourquoi LANDac réserve une place spéciale dans le programme pour discuter de leurs contributions.

Smallholders in Kenya
2 Julho 2021
Authors: 
Dominique Schmid
Burúndi
Etiópia
Global

PhD research provides key inputs to strengthen our knowledge base on land access, land governance and challenges related to development, crisis and resilience. This is why LANDac reserves a special place in the programme to discuss their contributions.

3 Maio 2021
Authors: 
Prof. Cheryl Doss
Dr. Vanya Slavchevska
África
Etiópia
Malawi
Tanzânia
Uganda
Níger
Nigéria

Advancing women’s land rights is a priority for the international development agenda. Yet, there is no consensus on which rights should be monitored and reported. Three indicators of women’s property rights are widely used in the literature. Each captures a different aspect of women’s land rights, but a recent paper explores the extent to which these different rights are held by the same person, using data from six African countries.

Photo credit: Sandra Coburn for USAID
4 Março 2021
Authors: 
Jennifer Duncan
Etiópia
Malawi
Moçambique
Tanzânia
Zâmbia
Gana
Libéria
Índia
Global

Secure land and resource rights are critical for household wellbeing and livelihoods in many developing countries, where land is the principal asset for the rural poor.

Fonte: UOL
17 Julho 2020
Marrocos
Etiópia
Quênia
Madagáscar
Tanzânia
Uganda
Burkina Faso
Gana
Senegal
Haiti
Nicarágua
Brasil
Colômbia
Peru
Indonésia
Espanha
Global

Por Marcos Candido 

A agricultora Maria Josefa costuma dizer que mora "no meio do mato", rodeada por um pomar colorido pelos tons alaranjados dos pés de acerola e cacau cultivadas por ela na comunidade Tancredo Neves, em São Félix do Xingu, no Pará. Lá a telefonia não chega, e até 2017 não havia nem energia elétrica. Porém isso não impediu Josefa de se tornar tesoureira e presidente interina de um projeto que mantém a cor e a vida do meio ambiente: a agricultura familiar.

Land Governance in Ethiopia in the Time of COVID-19
26 Junho 2020
Authors: 
Dr. Ziade Hailu
Etiópia

In countries like Ethiopia where around 80-85 percent of the population are engaged in agricultural activities, interruption of the land governance system due to the lockdown and social distancing is not only a public health concern but also food and nutrition security.

FOTO DE ÉRICO HILLER
19 Março 2020
África
África subsariana
Etiópia
América Latina e Caribe
América do Sul
Bolívia
Ásia
Jordânia
Por Érico Hiller 
 
Populações tradicionais assistem ao esvaziamento e à contaminação de seus recursos hídricos por grandes aquíferos, projetos agroindustriais e aumento das temperaturas. Fotógrafo brasileiro viaja o mundo para documentar o problema da falta d’água.
 
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7 Novembro 2019
Authors: 
Mr. John Leckie
Etiópia

Using data collected from over seven million land records, this study examines the extent to which a systematic registration and certification program has contributed to women’s land tenure security. The Land Investment for Transformation (LIFT) program is a six-year DFID-funded program that aims to improve incomes of the rural poor and enhance economic growth in Ethiopia.

5 Novembro 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Elisa Scalise
Etiópia
Uganda
Peru
Indonésia

Considering that land tenure security is crucial to better outcomes for women it is a surprise that there is not more evidence out there on what works to achieve it.

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