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Mainstreaming Land Governance in IGAD Policies, Strategies and Programmes  Published

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IGAD LAND GOVERNANCE MAINSTREAMING STRATEGY.pdf

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Mainstreaming Land Governance in IGAD Policies, Strategies and Programmes

Land is a primary asset for survival and development in Eastern Africa. In most of the countries pastoralism is a major land use owing to the limited amount of arable land - Uganda has the highest proportion of potentially arable land at 70.8%, while Somalia is at 3.8% and Djibouti at 0%.

Mainstreaming Land Governance in IGAD Programmes and its Member States - An Assessment: 2016  Published

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Mainstreaming land Governance in IGAD Region - An Assessment.pdf

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Mainstreaming Land Governance in IGAD Programmes and its Member States - An Assessment: 2016

The Land Policy Initiative (LPI) was established in 2006 as a joint initiative of the African Union Commission (AUC), the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the African Development Bank (AfDB). The aim of LPI was to examine land policy issues and challenges in Africa with a view to developing a framework to strengthen land rights, enhance productivity and improve livelihoods.