Respect, protect and strengthen the land rights of women and men living in poverty, ensuring that no one is deprived of the use and control of the land on which their well-being and human dignity depend, including through eviction, expulsion or exclusion, and with compulsory changes to tenure undertaken only in line with international law and standards on human rights.

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Participatory 3D mapping supports ancestral domain claims

Participatory 3D mapping has proven to be an effective tool to support indigenous peoples’ formal claims over their ancestral domains in the region of Mindanao. These include rivers, forests, agricultural and coastal areas, among other natural resources. While the mapping process facilitates the...

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Land distribution turns landless community into organic farming cooperative

The Philippines embarked on a comprehensive Agrarian Reform Programme in 1981, set to redistribute 8.1 million hectares of land. Three years later, following land reforms, the Pecuaria Development Cooperative Inc. (PDCI) was established in Lanipga, Bula, a...

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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...

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Apoyo de CERDET a familias indígenas en la producción ecológica de hortalizas en el chaco tarijeño_Photo credit CERDET

Community management planning for sustainable development

This experience explains how the community of Timboy Tiguasu organized, promoted and decided to lead its future after evaluating its own case. The objective was mid-term development planning for the community area, favouring management and implementation of different local projects and...

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Plan de gestión territorial indígena promueve el desarrollo comunitario_Photo credit CIPCA Bolivia

Indigenous land management plan promotes community development

A decade-long struggle and territorial demands inspired by the Guarani Peoples Assembly - Asamblea del Pueblo Guaraní  or APG- during the 90s, resulted in the Bolivian Government awarding 91.529 hectares of land to community association Zona Machareti. The area awarded was...

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Lutte contre l’accaparement de terres et récupération de terres litigieuses par des paysans organisés_Photo credit CICODEV

A peasant movement tackles land grabbing and reclaims disputed land

This is the outcome of an advocacy campaign led by CICODEV Africa and the Collectif des Paysans sans Terre de Diokoul against land grabbing in the rural community of Diokoul Ndiawrigne, in Senegal. This 2-year campaign involved 99 farmers from 4 villages and aimed at reclaiming 400 hectares of...

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