Argentina: Important multi-stakeholder partnership established to secure access to natural resources for most vulnerable populations
Latin America & the Caribbean
Thursday, 22nd February 2018
Four ILC member organizations working in the Chaco region of Argentina joined efforts to launch a National Engagement Strategy (NES). They also summoned other NGOs, intergovernmental agencies, government officials and indigenous and peasant leaders, with the final aim to change agendas, public policies and social practices.
Casos de acceso a la tierra y al agua que se resolvieron con éxito mediante la utilización de mapeos participativos y el diálogo entre actores, se presentaron en el foro que organizó Fundapaz, miembro de la ILC ALC, conjuntamente con el FIDA.
Advocacy before the CEDAW Committee for positioning rural women's land rights
In order to bring attention to the situation of rural women rights and access to land in the Argentinean region of El Chaco, various civil society organizations worked together to elaborate an alternative report. It was later presented, in 2016, at the 65th session of the UN...
Methodology of Chain Transfer for Creole and indigenous families
The Association of Small Producers and Creole Families in Plot 26 (APPL26) decided to enrich natural fodder to improve the nutrition of their herds. Seeds were received as financial contributions and later returned by means of chain transfer to the indigenous communities in the area the...