Articles tagged "Civil society"

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Haki Ardhi land rights reporting tool - A path to gender-responsive climate action

Haki Ardhi land rights reporting tool - A path to gender-responsive climate action

A Contribution by TMG

Women face significant social and political obstacles in addressing climate impacts and the increased demand for land. Securing women's land rights is crucial for gender equality and community resilience. This is where the Haki Ardhi Reporting Tool comes in.

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Turning trash into Treasure: Mango waste Composting in Burkina Faso

Turning trash into Treasure: Mango waste Composting in Burkina Faso

A Contribution by Sense

Since 2020, global crises have multiplied the price of grain and fertilizers. As grain imports become more expensive, domestic yields decrease due to reduced fertilizer use and decreasing soil fertility. This means that food security in many African countries deteriorates further. Mango waste composting presents an innovative and sustainable solution to this pressing issue.

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Indigenous People – Between aspiration and reality

Indigenous People – Between aspiration and reality

A Contribution by Dr. Rick de Satgé

Despite the pledge by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to “leave no-one behind”, even today, a disproportionately high number of indigenous people live in poverty. One of the reasons for this is their limited access to productive assets. Scientist Dr. Rick de Satgé discusses the land and resource rights of these people and explains why existing conventions and declarations of securing these rights often do not take effect.

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