Land tenure security: ensuring no one is left behind
This policy brief aims to create awareness among policymakers and practitioners on the complex and interrelated challenges that vulnerable groups face in achieving land rights security. It looks at how these challenges affect vulnerable groups in land tenure programmes, and how they can be overcome to ensure inclusiveness in programme delivery.
Tools and guidelines Programme theme:Ensuring gender and social inclusion, Land tenure and certification, Protecting land rights Type of resource:
Policy brief Year produced:
92 KB File type:
This proposal examines the potential negative consequences that second level land certification (SLLC) may have had on women and vulnerable groups in woredas (districts) where Social Development Officers (SDO) were not in post to engage with these groups.It proposesan approach to revisit a selected number of non-SDO woredas to rapidly identify and resolve disputes.
Focus area: Research Programme theme:
Ensuring gender and social inclusion Type of resource: Research study Year produced: 2019
Documents uploaded to the knowledge hub are reflective of the situation and information available at the time of writing. Reports may therefore not reflect current circumstances, LIFT’s progress to date, or changes in the Government of Ethiopia’s policies and priorities. For reference, each document is labelled with the date the information was first published.