Congo

ISO3
COG
Synonyms
Congo-Brazzaville
Republic of the Congo
Congo Republic
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Affaires foncières : le Mali s’inspire du modèle congolais

Date: 07 décembre 2016

Source: Adiac

Par Josiane Mambou Loukoula

Venu s’inspirer du modèle congolais, le ministre malien des domaines de l’Etat et des Affaires foncières, Mohamed Ali Batili, a conféré le 7 décembre à Brazzaville avec le Premier ministre, Clément Mouamba.

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Domaine foncier : arrêter la discrimination où seul l’acheteur est devant la loi

Date: 23 novembre 2016

Source: Adiac

Le ministre des Affaires foncières et du domaine public, Martin Parfait Aimé Coussoud Mavoungou a convié, le 23 novembre à Dolisie, les participants à l’atelier de Dolisie de réfléchir afin d’arrêter la discrimination où seul l’acheteur est devant la loi pendant que le vendeur passe des jours heureux omnibulé par son gain.

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Gestion durable des forêts : vers la consolidation de l’indice foncier au Congo

Date: 29 septembre 2016

Source: AIAC

Par Jean Jacques Koubemba

Dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du projet sous régional relatif au renforcement du droit foncier et coutumier, le Réseau Africain des droits des communautés (ACRN) a organisé le 28 septembre à Brazzaville, en partenariat avec quelques ONG européennes dont le Fern, un atelier d’évaluation.  

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Affaires foncières et domaine public : des dysfonctionnements dénoncés par Martin Parfait Aimé Coussoud Mavoungou

Date: 03 octobre 2016

Source: AIAC

Par Guillaume Ondzé

A l’origine, des failles techniques relevées, il se passe une complicité entre les géomètres assermentés pour désaxer le mécanisme étatique.

Towards Rights-Based Conservation in the Congo Basin

Monday, September 5, 2016

Location

Hawaiʻi Convention Center, UNDP, Room 314
1801 Kalākaua Av
96815 Honolulu , Hawaii
United States
Hawaii US

A presentation by the Rainforest Foundation UK and Réseau Ressources Naturelles (RRN).

 

To be sustainable, nature conservation must also support the rights, livelihoods and cultures of local communities. International conservation organisations recognise this, but have these good intentions been reflected in efforts to protect Africa’s rainforests?

WTO Kills Farmers: Beyond the Hong Kong Ministerial

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) hailed the recent Hong Kong Sixth Ministerial Meeting last December 2005 as a positive movement towards the conclusion of the Doha Development Round. The round was supposedly geared towards ensuring that trade contributes to the development objectives of least developed and developing countries.

Resource information

February 2006
Publisher(s)
Asian Farmers' Association
Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia

SP/SSM

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A Special Product (SP) is an agricultural product “out of the WTO” in that they are not subject to tariff reductions, i. e. Countries can keep the right to maintain protective tariffs on certain agricultural products that are essential for food security, rural development, and farmers’ livelihoods. The G33 proposal is for 10% of developing country products to be exempt from tariff reductions, with an additional 10% of product lines to have limited tariff reductions. This would be somewhere in the range of 300 products. The US counter-proposal is for a mere 5 products!

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May 2007
Publisher(s)
Asian Farmers' Association
Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia

Africa Gas Initiative : Volume 4. Congo

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The Africa Gas Initiative (AGI) has been
established by the Oil and Gas Division of the World Bank,
to promote the utilization of natural gas in Sub-Saharan
Africa. The study focuses on coastal countries - Angola,
Cameroon, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, and Gabon - along the
West African coastline, and the Gulf of Guinea, where most
of the region's gas reserves are located, and where
significant proportions of the gas produced, is being wasted

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September 2014
Publisher(s)
World Bank Group

Republic of Congo Investment Climate Policy Note

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This Investment Climate Policy Note
(ICPN) identifies the main constraints to the development of
the private sector in the Republic of Congo, based on a
survey of enterprises operating in the manufacturing and
services sectors, in Pointe Noire and Brazzaville, and to
propose specific short term recommendations to address these
constraints. The ICPN emphasizes cross-country comparisons
and benchmarks the investment climate across various firm

Resource information

July 2014
Publisher(s)
World Bank Group