Frédéric Djinadja, Coordinator, National Engagement Strategy, Togo

A new land code in Togo: what is NES in it?

Wednesday, 15th August 2018

An interview with Frédéric Djinadja(FD), Coordinator, National Engagement Strategy, Togo

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Land rights reporting workshop Uganda/ILC Africa/Israel Bionyi

CSOs and media train to report land governance effectively

Wednesday, 4th July 2018

Media and civil society partnership is key to improving land governance in Africa

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Governments working with private and public stakeholders to improve land governance in Africa

Thursday, 23rd November 2017

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 13 November  2017- Multi-stakeholders platforms (MSP) bringing together civil society organisations (CSOs), private sector, governments, and UN agencies are essential in securing land rights and achieving development in Africa. The collaborative nature of these platforms has great potential for synergising ideas and finding common ground on land issues. MSP appears to be a recommendation of regional, continental and international normative frameworks on land tenure, including the Frameworks and Guidelines on Land Governance in Africa (F&Gs), the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Land rights for refugees in Uganda seems safe but more is needed to sustain peace in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sunday, 23rd July 2017

With over 2,800 refugees arriving in Northern Uganda every day, the government is taking steps forward to improving their land rights.

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Change is “on air” in Kenya

Wednesday, 1st March 2017

When it comes to changing deep-seated attitudes and practices in a community, the first thing to understand is how to engage that community and its influencers – where do they get their information? Who has the communities "ears"?  

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The community of Matanda in the Peri-urban area of Lilongwe, Malawi  photo by khym54

LandNet Malawi celebrates as President Mutharika approves four new land laws

Friday, 23rd September 2016

UPDATE: On February 6th, 2017 the President of Malawi, Peter Mutharika gave his consent to the ramaining six land bills adding to the four signed into law in September 2016. As confirmed by the Minister of Lands Atupele Muluzi, the laws will be published soon on the gazette and enter into effect. 

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