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EU Transversal support to country implementation - Uganda

Improvement of Land Governance in Uganda to increase the productivity of small-scale farmers on Mailo land (ILGU)











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    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 Sudan
    Promoting the Provision of Legitimate Land Tenure Rights Using VGGT in the Context of National Food Security for conflict-displaced communities, including small‐scale rural farmers, pastoralists, and IDPs in the Greater Darfur region of the Sudan
    2019
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    The economy of Greater Darfur is heavily reliant on farming and livestock keeping, with more than 70 percent of the population relying on traditional and subsistence agriculture, the majority of whom are dependent on rain fed agriculture and pasture for both crop and livestock production. On-going conflict in Darfur leads to problems with law and order and displacement of rural farmers, and a change in migration patterns of nomadic pastoralists. Under the current state, neither the government or customary institutions, nor any other actors alone is able to bring a solution to the complex realities of land tenure governance in Darfur. The EULGP CI aims to support the Government of the Sudan in reforming its land laws to develop practical solutions to secure access to and use of cropland, livestock routes, range and pastures including the provision of adequate and practical dispute resolution mechanisms. The intervention also aims to assist state and locality level stakeholders to promote the provision for legitimate land tenure rights to conflict displaced communities including small‐scale rural farmers, pastoralists and IDPs in the Darfur region. *EULGP CI stands for European Union Land Governance Programme – Country Implementation
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    EU Transversal support to country implementation - Eswatini
    Enhanced Capacity for Sustainable Land Administration and Management at National Regional and Chiefdom Levels
    2020
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    Land resources in the Kingdom of Eswatini are under increasing pressure, which is driven by a growing population, the rising demand for inter alia irrigated agriculture, industrial forestry, livestock grazing, biodiversity conservation and uncontrolled rural settlement. A key technical issue is the absence of an effective land administration and management system (cadastre) that can be used by all land-related organizations. Most land in Eswatini is held in trust by the King on behalf of all citizens; this form of customary tenure is quite secure but does not enable collateralization or the transfer of user rights. Under traditional management and administration, the record of land assignment rests within the memory of the Chief and his council members When land is allocated, the Chief or his representative walks the boundary and lays markers that delineate the area. These are normally respected by all members of the community. The grant of user rights to family groups by allocation is not documented and the land not delineated; this has created challenges for rural land administration and management.

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