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EU Transversal support to country implementation - Ethiopia

Support to Responsible Agricultural Investment (S2RAI) in Ethiopia










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    Uganda is a landlocked, agriculture-based country with a total land area of 241,559 sq. km out of which 16 percent is occupied by open water. The Ugandan Constitution (1995) provides for four Land Tenure systems mailo (Central Uganda), lease, freehold and customary (mainly in the North of Uganda). To date, 10 percent of the land is formally documented and 80 percent is under customary tenure. The objectives of the EULGP CI are to improve securing secondary land use rights for bona fide and lawful tenants to support agricultural investments with a long-term perspective of reducing poverty and hunger. Implementation of the law for facilitate responsible land governance. Strengthen of the institutional framework through human capital in land-related sections of district and sub-county administrations. Introduce user-friendly information and communication technology for promoting effective procedures for documenting existing land use rights. *EULGP CI stands for European Union Land Governance Programme – Country Implementation
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