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    The fisheries sector plays an essential role in the Government’s national development objectives in relation to employment, livelihood support, poverty reduction and food security. The sector accounts for 4.5 percent of GDP and provides livelihoods for an estimated 2.4 million people, with a number of women involved in post-harvest activities such as fish processing and marketing. The overall objective of the Far Dwuma Nkɔdo EULGP CI is to contribute to greater environmental sustainability and social equity through a reduction of illegal fishing and strengthened capacity to support legal, sustainable and co-managed fisheries. The specific objective is to promote food security and improved livelihoods of fishers and their families by reducing Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing practices, in particular the ones impacting artisanal fishers and promoting participatory co–management of fisheries. *EULGP CI stands for European Union Land Governance Programme – Country Implementation
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    EU Transversal support to country implementation - Kenya
    Support to the attainment of vision 2030 through devolved land reforms in community lands of Kenya
    2019
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    Over 80 percent of the land area in Kenya is classified as arid and semi-arid (ASAL) with very low agricultural potential. Accordingly, over 80 percent of the population lives on only about 20 percent of the country. Moreover, about 70 percent of the land is kept under customary tenure systems of ownership and use, while 10 percent is classified as Government Land/Reserves, with only the remaining 20 percent being private land under statute. The main objectives of the EULGP CI is to improve food security through equitable and secure access and management of land for better livelihoods and socioeconomic development in all counties as per Vision 2030. *EULGP CI stands for European Union Land Governance Programme – Country Implementation
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    EU Transversal support to country implementation - The Niger 2019
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    Population in the Niger lives mainly in rural areas and access to natural resources is their primary source of food and income. Recurring droughts and demographic pressure contributed to an increase in both frequency and intensity of conflicts between rural population, especially farmers and pastoralists. The legislative and regulatory framework is based on the current system of land and natural resource management, which integrates both customary and written law. The objective of the EULGP CI* is to contribute to secure pastoral land systems in the Niger by improving the recognition and taking into account livestock owners' land rights, securing the areas and resources reserved for livestock farming, preventing conflict related to the use of pastoral resources and strengthening the capacity of actions of the structures of the Code Rural in the domain of pastoral land and the development of Land Use Planning. *EULGP CI stands for European Union Land Governance Programme – Country Implementation

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