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Good Land Governance for Climate Change Adaptation

Land governance in Africa has been crippled by millennial challenges like climate change, food insecurity, rapid urbanization, environmental degradation and lack of capacity to mitigate against climate change. Land governance is about policies, processes and institutions by which land, property and natural resources are managed. In Africa land is not only a source of livelihood …

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Register community land to reduce pasture & water conflicts

Current status Violent conflicts over land and natural resource plague these arid counties during dry seasons. They result mainly from competition for access to pasture and water. Therefore, recognizing and registering community land rights will assist in addressing pasture and water conflicts. Pastoralists Land Tenure System Community land is predominantly but not limited to the …

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Securing Women’s Land Rights Towards Agenda 2030,Africa

Saddening Facts About women:( Ensuring secure women’s land rights is crucial in achieving Agenda 2030 and other gender-specific goals in Africa. Did you Know women contribute to up to 70% in Africa’s food production? Additionally, the provide half all farm labour, and 80–90% of food processing, storage and transport. Despite all these women account for …

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National Land Use Policy

Land information is a broad term which includes information on, land tenure, land development, land value and land use. The above play important roles in effective land markets and effective land use management. This is basically the global land management perspective. A global land management perspective (Williamson et.al., 2010). Land use is  information is important …

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Early Land Adjudication and its Effects in Kenya

Shortly After the World Wars The Marshall plan was the recovery plan for the European governments. The plan was to rehabilitate the economies of 17 European countries, which were severely affected by the world war. The After world war II European governments under the Marshall plan wanted to rehabilitate their economies. Britains political predominance was …

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