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  1. 1. Land Governance – Key Outcomes of Learning Event and Next Steps Luisa Prior, SLGA 16 November 2018 Bishoftu, Ethiopia Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 15 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Land Governance Policy Learning Event Recap for PPARD Working Group
  2. 2. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap Background • SNRD biannual regional conference 2017 in South Africa • SNRD study on land governance in GIZ projects in Africa • Kenya learning event on policy processes in Agriculture in 4/2018 → Lesson Learnt: Tackle the role of land governance in GIZ programmes and projects in African countries 

  3. 3. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap GIZ POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 15 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia →presentations, discussions, video lectures and interactive activities →22 participants from Namibia, Togo, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya and Germany →Presenters from GIZ, GLTN, USAid, CIFOR 

  4. 4. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap Day 1: Setting the Scene • What does land matter to you? Participants presented the situation of land governance in their own countries, the challenges they faced and the importance of land governance • Tenure Security and its role and its role to broader development goals– is titling the solution? Presented by Jean Du Plessis, GLTN • International and Regional Land Policy Instruments: Safeguarding legitimate tenure rights with the VGGT and the AU agenda on land. Presented by Leila Shamsaifar

  5. 5. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap Day 2: Deep dive into the matter • Land use planning for tenure security – how collaborative planning and recording methods add value. Presented by Jean Du Plessis, GLTN • Land use policy and planning in Ethiopia. Presented by Zemen Haddis, USAID. • Introduction to recording tenure rights. Presented by Jean du Plessis, GLTN • Case Study: The urban land reform and flexible land tenure system in Namibia. Presented by Judith Middleton, GIZ. • CAADP and land governance – how two GIZ projects are mainstreaming land policy at a continental level Presented by Hannah Scheuermann and Luisa Prior, GIZ.
  6. 6. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap Day 3: Vulnerable groups and interlinkages • Gender and land: key principles and the REFACOF initiative, Rosette Mbenda Epse Leunke, GIZ • Case Study: Women’s access to communal land in Namibia – from high level consultntions to grassroot awareness raising. Presented by Judith Middleton, GIZ. • Youth and Land – improving access to land for the youth. Presented by Sven Braulik, GIZ. • Land tenure in forestry development. Presented by Habtemariam Kassa, CIFOR.
  7. 7. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Learning Event: Recap Day 4: Managing disputes and investments • Resolving land disputes through conflict resolution techniques, presented by Babette Werhmann. • Introduction to responsible agricultural investments, presented by Bayeh Dessie, GIZ • Access to finance without land titles – Parking Lot
  8. 8. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Key Takeaways Participants recognize the following: • Good land governance is starting point for effective and sustainable agriculture • Tenure security is more than a land title. • Spatial planning underpins integrated approaches and is key to managing disputes and conflicts. • A focus on youth open new opportunities. • Transformative gender approaches in land governance accelerate development- beyond gender sensitivity • Connecting the dots: tenure of land, forestry, fishery • Start with technology: Innovative tools and fit for purpose for broad impact! • Good land governance is an opportunity, not a challenge
  9. 9. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Key Takeaways Skills for advisors in land governance issues: • Avoid complexity • Create a positive narrative • Technically sound • Facilitation skills • Communication: focused, to the point • Solution-oriented: we can do it! • Fit for purpose x one size fits all
  10. 10. Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD) Africa GIZ INTERNAL POLICY LEARNING EVENT: INTRODUCTION TO LAND GOVERNANCE FOR PRACTITIONERS IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 12 – 16 November 2018, Bishoftu, Ethiopia Policy Processes in Agriculture and Rural Development (PPARD) Way Forward – Identified opportunities to improve good land governance • Application of innovative tools and approaches in GIZ projects: opportunities to contribute to more successful implementation projects and programmes • Integration of targeted land components in GIZ programmes (e.g. with focus on youth, gender and marginalized groups ! beneficiaries) • Use support mechanisms at HQ level • SLGA: visibility and promotion of NELGA as a best practice for improving land governance via capacity building of higher education and other institutions
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