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Housing, Land and Property rights for Somalia’s urban displaced women

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This study seeks to identify challenges faced by displaced Somali women in urban areas to exercising their Housing, Land and Property Rights (HLP), and offer realistic and practical recommendations for support as well as find durable solutions.

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April 2016
Publisher(s)
Norwegian Refugee Council

Preventing Conflict through Improved Policies on Land Tenure, Natural Resource Rights, and Migration in the Great Lakes Region

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Since the early 1990s, parts of Afri-ca’s Great Lakes Region have expe-rienced political strife, armed con-flict and population displacements withsevere humanitarian consequences. De-spite great progress towards sustainablepeace in all the countries of the region,sporadic violence continues in some ar-eas, particularly in the Eastern DemocraticRepublic of Congo (DRC). Conflicts in theGreat Lakes Region are highly interlinked,with political and military alliances, refu-gee movements, and ethnic solidarities ty-ing the fates of the countries of the re-gion.

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March 2004
Publisher(s)
African Centre for Technology Studies

2. Strengthening Arab Women's Property Rights and Access to Land - PPT

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Strengthening Arab Women's Property Rights and Access to Land - PPT

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March 2016
Publisher(s)
Global Land Tool Network

2. Strengthening Arab Women's Property Rights and Access to Land - Paper

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Improving Women's Access to Land and Property in The Arab States: The Role Of Inheritance, Dower, and Marital Property

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March 2016
Publisher(s)
Global Land Tool Network

Analysis of Displacement in Somalia

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Development and humanitarian actors
currently engaged in Somalia face the challenge of
delivering assistance in such a way that it is supportive of
peace and state building, addresses the acute vulnerability,
and dependence of large shares of the population while
operating in a still insecure and changing environment.
Forced displacement is a key feature of the current
political economy context of Somalia. The necessity of

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December 2014
Publisher(s)
World Bank Group

Enhancing resilience in the horn of Africa

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December 2012

Progress in Somalia Depends on Addressing Issues of Land

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In many countries affected by conflict, households and entire communities have often been displaced multiple times, forcing them to leave behind land and property. One household’s loss becomes another one’s gain as internally displaced people are shuffled around and squat in any available space that provides a temporary reprieve from the insecurity and lawlessness. This creates opportunities for land grabbing as well.

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October 2012
Publisher(s)
USAID