USAID LAND TENURE and PROPERTY RIGHTS PORTAL

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Continuing our series on participatory approaches to stregthen land tenure programming, this week, we will share the final example from our work in Guinea, where USAID’s Property Rights and Artisanal Diamond Development (PRADD) II project conducted a participatory review of the artisanal diamond mining sector as part of an exercise to identify areas that may contain alluvial...
 
Five years after the devastating January 2010 earthquake, land tenure and property rights issues remain central to ongoing recovery, reconstruction, and broader development efforts in Haiti.
 
Last week, we shared an example of an innovative participatory project design in Kenya. This week, our example of an innovative participatory project design comes from Kosovo.
 
Last week, we featured an innovative participatory approach that uses technology to record land rights in Tanzania. This week, we have an example of an innovative participatory project design from Kenya.
 
Last week, we described how USAID uses participatory approaches to strengthen and secure land rights. This week, we highlight an innovative participatory approach to formalizing land rights using mobile phones.
 

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