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Biden administration: How can women benefit from land technology?
20 Janeiro 2021
Authors: 
Yuliya Panfil
Ms. Ailey Kaiser Hughes
Stephanie Sampson
Ruanda
Tanzânia
Uganda
África do Sul
Estados Unidos

Land technology is moving at warp speed. How will the Biden administration and Samantha Power ensure women benefit?

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.

23 Novembro 2019
Authors: 
Mr. Herbert Kamusiime
Uganda

This blog is a summary of a paper that assesses the effectiveness of a specific land tenure intervention to improve the lives of women, by asking new questions of available project data sets.

women's land tenure security
17 Novembro 2019
Authors: 
Ms. Iliana Monterroso Ibarra
Uganda
Peru
Indonésia

Local communities manage a significant portion of the world’s remaining forests, pastures, and fisheries as common property resources, but they are rarely recognized as formal owners. Important progress has occurred during the last twenty years, as growing evidence suggests that devolving rights to communities can provide incentives for new forms of investment that facilitate sustainable outcomes as well as greater equity in the distribution of benefits.

“This plot is not for sale!”: Land Administration and Land Disputes in Uganda
6 Novembro 2019
Authors: 
Miss Teddy Kisembo
Uganda

“This plot is not for sale” are the six words you will find, marked on a lot of properties and plots of land in Uganda. The words are meant to ward off quack land or property brokers and conmen. Most of the cases handled in courts in Uganda, and Kampala in particular, are fraud-related cases (like selling land while the true owners are away using counterfeit titles) and land transaction fraud (when fake land titles are obtained and sadly some officers in the land registry are involved).


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.

Ugandalandscape
4 Outubro 2019
Authors: 
Lisette Mey
Stacey Zammit
William Kambugu
Uganda

Over the past few weeks, the Land Portal along with colleagues at Cadasta, have been hosting a three week online discussion (September 9-29) on the role of open land data in the fight against corruption.  With over 100 contributions to the discussion and a variety of different perspectives, ranging from civil society to government representatives, we have received some valuable and thought-provoking content.

Uganda
1 Outubro 2019
Authors: 
Mr. David Bledsoe
Uganda

Over the past year, during my work in western Uganda, I have had the opportunity to get to know Paolyel Onencan. Paolyel is the Executive Director of Buliisa Initiative for Rural Development Organisation (BIRUDO). Paolyel and his BIRUDO colleagues are doing good work around Uganda’s oil and gas development in the Albertine Graben, by helping families get better deals on compensation from the oil companies (Total and China National Offshore Oil Company) working in the region.

27 Maio 2019
Authors: 
Mr. Michael Odhiambo
África
Quênia
Sudão do Sul
Tanzânia
Uganda

The land sector is in the throes of the Global Data Revolution, which, of course, has created opportunities as well as challenges.  Government data portals, open access academic journals, community mapping and other citizen-generated data initiatives create possibilities for inclusive and open approaches to data collection and management.  But how can these opportunities be leveraged for real change and benefits to citizens?

21 Março 2019
Authors: 
Amanda Richardson
Quênia
Uganda
Peru

I recently traveled to the highlands of Peru. Every woman I met there seemed to be doing something with wool: spinning it, or knitting or crocheting skirts, sweaters, and scarves. I was fascinated by the activity, as a sometimes knitter myself, but when I asked to take pictures of them they reacted with confusion at my interest. In their minds, they were not doing anything remarkable or picture worthy, just the daily work they needed to get done.


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