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Conférence sur la politique foncière en Afrique : créer les conditions favorables à un meilleur cadre institutionnel27-Nov-2019 - Les États du continent africain doivent renforcer leurs institutions et financer la gouvernance foncière en Afrique : cette thématique était au cœur des débats d’une session organisée, ce mardi 26 novembre, à la 3ème édition de la Conférence sur la politique foncière en Afrique, qui se tient actuellement à Abidjan, capitale de la Côte d’Ivoire.
2019 Global Gender Summit marks concrete gains and actionable goals to surge ahead on gender equality27-Nov-2019 - Highlights of the Summit include the launch of: AFAWA risk-sharing facility to de-risk lending to women 50 Million African Women Speak, a Pan-African networking platform Joint UNECA-African Development bank Gender index “We’ve known it from the beginning that equality and women’s empowerment is the true way for sustainable development,” Rwanda’s Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Solina Nyirahabimana told reporters at a 2019 Global Gender Summit press conference on Tuesday.
27-Nov-2019 - Experts attending this year’s conference on Land Policy in African have called for fair and efficient land management to support moves to transform the continent. The third edition of the conference on Land Policy in Africa, currently underway in the Ivorian capital, Abidjan is co-organized by the African Union, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the African Development Bank.
26-Nov-2019 - Improving the agrarian system to ensure a decent livelihood for small farmers was the focus of the deliberations during a session entitled “Re-thinking land reform in Africa: New ideas, possibilities and challenges” at the 3rd Conference on Land Policy in Africa taking place in Abidjan. As Horman Chitongue, Professor at University of Cape Town, South Africa, stated: “It’s a question of guaranteeing the means for people working the land to have a livelihood from it, so that these farmers can not only work, but actually live from their work.”