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Published: 11/06/2017

Why secure land rights matter for climate change and inequality

New Devex video explains why secure land rights matter in the fight against climate change and inequality

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Published: 09/27/2017

The Tenure Facility welcomes first executive director

Nonette Royo selected Tenure Facility executive director

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Published: 09/27/2017

Tenure Facility officially launched as international foundation October 3 in Sweden

Tenure Facility officially launched as international foundation October 3 in Sweden

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Published: 09/27/2017

African pilots share lessons to scale up innovations

African pilots share lessons to scale up innovations

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Published: 09/26/2017

Tenure Facility pilot in Cameroon develops standard methodology for participatory mapping

The Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) of Cameroon’s pilot project endorsed on 16 March a standard methodology for participatory mapping and committed to mainstreaming the tool nationwide. The Group includes representatives of government ministries with responsibility for land tenure and natural resources, the National Institute of Cartography, the National Council of Traditional Chiefs, the Central Africa […]

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Published: 09/26/2017

As the pilots close, early lessons are shaping the Tenure Facility’s approach and services

Members of the Tenure Facility’s board considered early lessons from the pilot projects at their first board meeting 26 March in Washington, D.C. Looking across the six pilots, consultant Jim Smyle said the pilots demonstrated that the organizations of Indigenous People and Local Communities could achieve significant progress in accelerating land tenure and resource rights […]

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