Cerai

Cultivar las tierras abandonadas para evitar el acaparamiento de recursos naturales

A través de la recuperación de tierras que están abandonadas, con cultivos locales aplicando técnicas adaptadas de riego y de agroecología, los agricultores y las agricultoras familiares de la cuenca del río Senegal de Mauritania legitiman su uso. Esto les ha permitido consolidar su tenencia de...

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Fundación Tierra

Procesos decisionales participativos para gestionar el patrimonio arqueológico de las comunidades indígenas

Superando un pasado de desconfianza y falta de comunicación, la Fundación TIERRA ha servido como puente entre el gobierno y 117 comunidades aymara en la cuenca del lago Titicaca. Ahora, 15 municipios han aprobado leyes de protección de los recursos arqueológicos que mejoran la gestión...

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Trócaire

Securing women's land rights in Nicaragua

The patriarchal society in Nicaragua hinders women’s ownership of land. Women are much less likely to own land or have access loans to purchase land. Trocaire and partner organisation engaged in a five tier intervention to address barriers to women's access to land. The project focused on...
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Groundswell International

Association of agroecological producers fosters community social organization

Randy Mikuna is an organization, established by farmers in the central highlands of Ecuador, with an alternative proposal for sustainability. This association of agroecological producers, composed of 32 families, promotes food sovereignty and community social organization. They transform and...

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IFAD

Pasture users’ unions (PPUs) improve rural farmers' livelihoods in Kyrgyzstan

IFAD's Agricultural Investments and Services Project (AISP) assisted in the implementation of the 2009 "Pasture Law" which devolved pastureland management to local government and pasture users, in the form of pasture users’ unions (PUUs). 768 PUUs and 714 community pasture management plans were...

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LEMU

Protecting customary land tenure through Principles, Practices, Rights and Responsibilities (PPRR) books

LEMU worked with 8 communities in north and east Uganda to draft their customary land laws into Principles, Practices, Rights and Responsibilities (PPRR) books. The PPRR books have assisted local communities to protect their long-held customs and traditions, including their customary land tenure...

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Indigenous women leadership promotes sustainable development in Puerto Prado

A community of the Amazonian Cocama-Cocamilla People abandoned its land on the banks of the Ucayali River due to scarcity of resources to survive. They have been living, since 1999 and led by Ema Tapullima, in Puerto Prado, on the banks of the Marañón River....

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LEARN, SHARE AND BE INSPIRED: Learning from the Database of Good Practices - Protected Land Rights Defenders

The International Land Coalition’s Commitment 10 seeks to respect and protect the civil and political rights of human rights defenders working on land issues, combat the stigmatization and...

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LEARN, SHARE AND BE INSPIRED: Learning from the Database of Good Practices - Transparent and Accessible Information

The International Land Coalition’s Commitment 8 seeks to ensure transparency and accountability, through unhindered and timely public access to all information that may contribute to informed...

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LEARN, SHARE AND BE INSPIRED: Learning from the Database of Good Practices - Indigenous Peoples' Land Rights

The International Land Coalition’s Commitment 5 seeks to respect and protect the inherent land and territorial rights of indigenous peoples, including by recognising that respect for...

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