land_rights_for_food_Israel Bionyi/ILC Africa

ILC Africa members celebrate World Food Day 2018

Monday, 22nd October 2018

In January this year, the African Union renewed its commitment to end hunger by 2025. In recent years, efforts to reverse hunger in Africa have multiplied, but as the UN State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2017 shows, real progress is yet to follow.  Globally, 767 million people live in extreme poverty, half of them in sub-Saharan Africa. Across the continent, it is popular opinion that the African nations need to go beyond windy promises.

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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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How to protect women land rights in Cameroon/ Israel Bionyi

How to enhance women’s land rights in Cameroon?

Wednesday, 16th May 2018

A national workshop trains civil society organisations in Cameroon to advocate for women’s land rights.

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Kilimanjaro Initiative celebrates one year

Monday, 27th November 2017

After a year of pushing for rural women’s land rights and influencing the African Union to endorse the Charter on inclusive rights for women, the Kilimanjaro Initiative reconnects as a movement and agrees to have a comprehensive framework for monitoring the implementation of the Kilimanjaro Rural Women’s demands across African countries.

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Putting NES into action: 40 media organisations trained in Togo

Thursday, 18th May 2017

In Togo, 80% of lawsuits are land related and men control 72% of agricultural land. The country’s NES being implemented wants to influence policies that enable a more inclusive and people focused growth. ILC and its partners count on the media to inform, educate people and participate in Togo’s NES platform.

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Land issues go on stage in Togo

Tuesday, 14th February 2017

On the occasion of Togo's first Civil Society Land Forum, a group of young school performers sing and dance about securing their future in an insecure landscape. Combining local traditions with a pressing issue for the country; it has been 42 years since Togo has undergone any land reforms. An impasse that needs to move forward if there is any chance to secure the land rights and a bright future for generations to come. 

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