The IGAD Coffee Table Book
Gender discrimination in access, control and ownership of land remains a serious impediment to socioeconomic development. Social, economic, political and other intersecting factors affect exactly how an individual woman experiences this discrimination. But the problem is widespread. Although the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Member States
The IGAD Regional Women’s Land Rights Agenda 2021-2030
Land is a crucial resource for the people living in the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) region. However, land governance continues to be characterized by many concerns including insecure land and land-based resource rights; unequal distribution of land;DOWNLOAD FILE HERE
The IGAD Regional Women’s Land Rights Agenda 2021 – 2030
Achieving gender equality in Land is a commitment both at global, regional and national levels.
The AU Agenda 2063 makes commitments to African women being, fully empowered in all spheres, with equal social, political and economic rights, including the rights to own and inherit property,
sign contracts, register and manage businesses and; rural women to have access to productive assets:DOWNLOAD FILE HERE