Created 30 years ago, GRET is a professional solidarity and international cooperation association. In Africa, Asia, and Latin America, as well as in Europe, we work to contribute to sustainable, fair development and alleviate poverty and structural inequalities. Our actions aim to increase the incomes of rural and urban populations, reduce their vulnerability, improve their access to quality infrastructures and services, and develop their ability to be heard.

We design and implement field projects, provide expertise, conduct studies, assessments and ap-plied research, and run information and exchange networks. We place considerable emphasis on experience capitalisation and communication for development, in particular through our publica-tions. We contribute to the elaboration of public policies in the North and in the South.

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Land tenure in rural low land Myanmar
Journal Articles & Books
Reports & Research
October 2017

This study emerged out of an identified need to document social processes leading to land insecurity, and those leading to investment and sustainable use of lands by rural populations. Focusing on the Delta and Dry Zone, the main paddy producing regions of Myanmar, this analysis unravels the powers at play in shaping rural households’ relationship to land.

Conference Papers & Reports
April 2017

Date: Avril 2017

Source: Foncier & Développement

Les différentes contributions figurant dans ce numéro ont été rédigées dans le cadre de journées d’étude organisées par le Gret les 16 et 17 décembre 2013 à Nogent-sur-Marne pour le chantier « Formalisation des droits sur la terre » du Comité technique Foncier et développement.

Institutional & promotional materials
September 2008
Latin America and the Caribbean

Mediante este trabajo, la Comisión Agricultura y Alimentación de Coordinación SUD entiende reposicionar las agriculturas familiares en el centro de las preocu-paciones de desarrollo en los países del Sur. El mismo destaca las ventajas de las agriculturas familiares en términos de empleo, de reducción de la pobreza, de eficacia económica, de seguridad alimentaria, de preservación del medio ambiente y de estructuración del medio rural. Esta argumentación se construye a partir de un estudio bibliográfico y de estudios de caso realizados por las contrapartes de los miembros de la Comisión.