Central Asia

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  Justice Mutambanengwe - - - Retired Zimbabwean High Court Judge Justice Simpson Mutambanengwe says it would be grossly naïve for anyone to expect former colonialists not to denigrate...
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The report ‘Sugar Rush: Land rights and the supply chains of the biggest food and beverage companies’ highlights examples of land grabs and disputes linked to companies that supply sugar for Coca-...
Who We Are APWLD is the region’s leading network of feminist organisations and women. Our 180 members represent groups of diverse women from 25 countries in the region. We have been active for...
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[adapted from UNWomen] 27 September 2012-“Accelerating Progress Toward the Economic Empowerment of Rural Women” is a five-year initiative of the UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of...
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The Gender and Land Rights Database was launched by FAO in 2010 to highlight the major social, economic, political and cultural factors that influence the enforcement of women’s land rights...
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  The dramatic changes that occurred in Kyrgyzstan’s agriculture during the transition from plan to market are perhaps best illustrated by the shifting role of agricultural enterprises and...
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 Although the transition from centrally planned economy to market oriented economy has started almost 16 years ago, like many other former socialist countries, Mongolia is still experiencing...
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ARD is implementing a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Land Tenure Reform Project in the countries of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan; hereafter referred to...
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Kyrgyzstan was one of the first countries from the former Soviet Union (FSU) to privatize agricultural land and remains the only country of the five Central Asian countries that has distributed land...
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