Current projects are “pilots” that are testing and shaping the development of the Tenure Facility, as well achieving their specific objectives. The Tenure Facility is currently engaged in six countries and plans to expand into six more countries in 2016.
The Tenure Facility is a demand-driven and responsive financing institution that seeks to provide timely financing and technical assistance to local and national change agents. It will address the insecure community land and resource rights that drive conflict and undermine progress on human rights, environment, and development goals. Strategic, tactical, and coordinated approaches are essential to gain greater public commitment, increase government support, and secure financial investment to strengthen community land rights at scale.
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