Scaling sustainable land management: A collection of SLM technologies and approaches in Northern Uganda and beyond
The Land Tenure Security Advantage: A catalytic asset for sustainable and inclusive rural transformation
Good Practice Brief: Fostering sustainability and resilience for food security in Niger
Research Series Issue 53: Youth access to land, migration and employment opportunities: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
Collection of sustainable land management technologies practices by smallholder farmers in Lao PDR
Working towards sustainable land management - A collection of SLM technologies from Cambodia
Guidelines for Impact Evaluation of Land Tenure and Governance Interventions
Indigenous peoples’ collective rights to lands, territories and natural resources
Efforts to expand and strengthen indigenous peoples’ rights over their lands, territories and natural resources have become crucial to achieving the objectives of poverty reduction, more secure livelihoods, environmental sustainability and the preservation of indigenous cultural value systems. With this aim, over the past decades IFAD has worked together with indigenous peoples and their representing institutions to create enabling environments to secure their access to collective rights over ancestral territories, improve the sustainable management of indigenous lands, regulate the community use of natural resources and reduce conflicts over lands and resources.
IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security
IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - Asia and the Pacific region
IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - East and Southern Africa
IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - Latin America and the Caribbean
This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the Latin America and the Caribbean region (LAC).