NEW Resource!!!! Land Tenure, Land Administration and Women’s Land Rights – What the Uganda National Land Policy Says
Understanding what the Uganda National Land Policy says about Women’s land rights is crucial to challenging and changing gender inequalities in land tenure and land administration.
Land is central in Uganda for it’s a major means of production, a basis of individual and collective identity through its history and a symbol of power. In this regard, its control, management and use remain critical to the attainment of development. In order to address issues related to land, the Uganda National Land Policy (NLP) was approved by Cabinet and published in February 2013.
PELUM Uganda conducted a review of the Uganda National Land Policy and has come up with a policy brief titled, “Land Tenure, Land Administration and Women’s Land Rights – What the Uganda National Land Policy Says”. The brief summarizes the Land Tenure and Land administration system in Uganda as well as women’s land rights as stipulated by the Uganda National Land Policy.
Please follow the link above or follow the link below to access the policy brief
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