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Mainstreaming of Land
Governance in National
Agricultural and Food Security
Investment Plans (NAFSIPs)
LAND POLICY INITIAT...
Good Land governance is central to
success of CAADP
• Land fundamental for production & wealth
creation globally: in Afric...
Land/Water
management
Access to
market
Food security
Science and
technology
Absence
of
disputes/
conflict
Improved
governa...
Some key land governance
issues: progress made and
actions needed
4
5
Land-Agriculture thematic areas
Land Issues /Themes Backgroun
d
Document
F&G CAAD
P
APR
M
State Sovereignty over
Land
X ...
6
Land Issues /Themes Background
Document
F&
G
CAAD
P
APR
M
Large Scale Land Based
Investments
X X X X
Legal Pluralism and...
Findings of the AU-ECA-AfDB LPI Study
on mainstreaming land in CAADP
Summary findings
• All stakeholders recognise that la...
Areas for action in addressing land
governance in CAADP
How to:
• Facilitate equity of access to land for all land
users: ...
Areas for action...
– Expedite/capitalise on momentum for
policy reforms
– Build synergies between F&G, VG other
initiativ...
LPI/IFAD Partnership to
mainstream land governance in
NAIPs
10
LPI/IFAD Project
Goal –
To support the development and
implementation of land policies in
Africa in accordance with the AU...
Objectives
To mainstream land policy and
governance in CAADP National
Agricultural and Food Security
Investment Plans (NAF...
Specific Objectives
• Review NAFSIPs and on-going land policy initiatives
to identify entry points, promising practices an...
Outputs
• Research and analysis
• Communication and advocacy
• Capacity development
• Monitoring and evaluation
14
Research and analysis
6 reports – one per country –
on the needs/gaps, recommendations, promising
practices and innovatio...
Communication and
advocacy
• Communication and advocacy
strategy developed
• Advocacy/extension materials on
land governan...
Capacity development
• Technical Training Modules
organised for different stakeholders
– How to mainstreaming land governa...
Monitoring and evaluation
• CAADP Monitoring Framework and
indicators for tracking progress
reviewed
• M&E studies conduct...
Lesson learning and
knowledge management
• Promoting/scaling up of gender sensitive
and cost effective registration of all...
Target Countries & Selection
criteria
• 4-6 countries From Eastern and Southern African
countries
• Assessment of the need...
Project management
• LPI Steering committee- oversee
• LPI Secretariat – Focal
implementing institution
• LPI will liaise ...
Way forward
• LPI is complaint to Malabo declaration
and to the implementation strategy and
road map to achieve the 2025vi...
Thank you!!
Email: Email: landpolicy@uneca.org
Website: http://www.uneca.org/lpi/
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Presentation to the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform Meeting
Side event on Improving Land Governance for Inclusive and Sustainable Agricultural Transformation
Convened by the AU/AfDB/UNECA Land Policy Initiative
Johannesburg
24 March 2015

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Mainstreaming of Land Governance in National Agricultural and Food Security Investment Plans (NAFSIPs)

  1. 1. Mainstreaming of Land Governance in National Agricultural and Food Security Investment Plans (NAFSIPs) LAND POLICY INITIATIVE Belay Demissie (PHD), Regional Land Expert, Land Policy Initiative LPI/NPCA side event, 24 March 2015 11th CAADP Partnership Platform Meeting Johannesburg, South Africa
  2. 2. Good Land governance is central to success of CAADP • Land fundamental for production & wealth creation globally: in Africa, where majority are in agriculture/ other land-based sectors, • Land governance/management affects agriculture: o Facilitating private investments by farmers, and responsible/innovative investment LSLBIs o Incentivising farmers to adopt productivity enhancing technologies o Enhancing involvement of banks /other private sector players o Adoption of practices that ensure environmental stewardship. climate change mitigation & adaptation 2
  3. 3. Land/Water management Access to market Food security Science and technology Absence of disputes/ conflict Improved governance of land based investments Respons ive land use planning Equitable land distributio n/Access Secure land tenure and land rights I II III IV Cohesive land/land use policies, and effective administration Evidence-basedparticipatory policymakingprocess Effectiveimplementationand monitoringof Land governance and CAADP linkages 3
  4. 4. Some key land governance issues: progress made and actions needed 4
  5. 5. 5 Land-Agriculture thematic areas Land Issues /Themes Backgroun d Document F&G CAAD P APR M State Sovereignty over Land X X X Security of tenure X X X X Unequal Rights to land and insecure land rights X X X X Historical Land Rights Injustices X X X X Land, and Natural Resources Degradation X X X X Land, Environment and Climate Change X X X X Land Governance and Conflict X X X X
  6. 6. 6 Land Issues /Themes Background Document F& G CAAD P APR M Large Scale Land Based Investments X X X X Legal Pluralism and Conflicting Tenure Systems (Duality) X X X X Land and Urban Development X X X X Women’s Land Rights X X X X Traditional/Indigenous Land Management Practices (Knowledge Management) X X X X Land and Africa’s Regional Integration Agenda X X X X Thematic areas: LPI documents
  7. 7. Findings of the AU-ECA-AfDB LPI Study on mainstreaming land in CAADP Summary findings • All stakeholders recognise that land is fundamental • While land degradation is addressed, few systematically articulate land governance considerations in CAADP investment and policy reform planning • Little attention to how land will be availed for agricultural investments—and how to address tenure and land governance challenges • Land question--most CAADP land interventions de- emphasized policy and governance aspects - rather focus on technical and investment measures to correct land degradation 7
  8. 8. Areas for action in addressing land governance in CAADP How to: • Facilitate equity of access to land for all land users: small and large-holder farmers, pastoralists, other investors, women, youth • Reduce complexity and cost of documenting/registering land rights and claims -- especially customary rights • Develop land use plans and models that promote development and sustainable investment goals • Promote agricultural production models that ensure fair, equitable, profitable investments/outcomes • Reduce environmental damage, mitigate, adapt to climate change 8
  9. 9. Areas for action... – Expedite/capitalise on momentum for policy reforms – Build synergies between F&G, VG other initiatives in implementation in Africa – Build capacity/engage RECs, Institutions, CSOs, farmers organisations – Support mainstreaming of land governance in CAADP/NAFSIPS at national levels – Monitor and report---CAADP results framework? 9
  10. 10. LPI/IFAD Partnership to mainstream land governance in NAIPs 10
  11. 11. LPI/IFAD Project Goal – To support the development and implementation of land policies in Africa in accordance with the AU Declaration on Land and the F&G with a view to enhancing food security and agricultural development 11
  12. 12. Objectives To mainstream land policy and governance in CAADP National Agricultural and Food Security Investment Plans (NAFSIPs) to increase agricultural investments and productivity and attain food security. 12
  13. 13. Specific Objectives • Review NAFSIPs and on-going land policy initiatives to identify entry points, promising practices and innovations for land governance; • Raise awareness among stakeholders on the need to address land governance issues in implementing CAADP/Agricultural sector strategy; • Enhance capacity of the National Governments, Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and the LPI to facilitate the mainstreaming of land governance issues in CAADP NAFSIPs; • Facilitate multi-stakeholder monitoring, review and dialogue on land governance interventions in the context of CAADP implementation at national level. 13
  14. 14. Outputs • Research and analysis • Communication and advocacy • Capacity development • Monitoring and evaluation 14
  15. 15. Research and analysis 6 reports – one per country – on the needs/gaps, recommendations, promising practices and innovations for mainstreaming land governance concerns in NAFSIPs.  6 Business Plans (including budget) – one per country – 15
  16. 16. Communication and advocacy • Communication and advocacy strategy developed • Advocacy/extension materials on land governance-agricultural linkages produced. • 6 national advocacy and awareness raising workshops and seminars organised 16
  17. 17. Capacity development • Technical Training Modules organised for different stakeholders – How to mainstreaming land governance concerns into NAFSIPS/agricultural programmes. • Capacity of existing working groups on land governance enhanced • Technical assistance and advisory missions organised according to the specific needs 17
  18. 18. Monitoring and evaluation • CAADP Monitoring Framework and indicators for tracking progress reviewed • M&E studies conducted and related reports produced 18
  19. 19. Lesson learning and knowledge management • Promoting/scaling up of gender sensitive and cost effective registration of all bundles of land rights; • Mapping, recognition and management of land rights, especially customarily held group rights to land (incl. institutional arrangements); • Rural-urban linkages and land use planning issues; • Decentralization and institutional development; • Identification, acquisition and management of public land 19
  20. 20. Target Countries & Selection criteria • 4-6 countries From Eastern and Southern African countries • Assessment of the needs for improved land policy and governance at the national level and the potential entry points for related interventions and policy dialogue; • current progress in the CAADP implementation process (signed a National CAADP Compact and an Investment Plan); • IFAD’s comparative advantage in engaging in policy dialogue and raise stakeholder’s awareness • Opportunities for collaborating with other partners engaged in the CAADP process and aligning country focus with other projects 20
  21. 21. Project management • LPI Steering committee- oversee • LPI Secretariat – Focal implementing institution • LPI will liaise with stakeholders at country level to facilitate partnerships, synergies and coordination. 21
  22. 22. Way forward • LPI is complaint to Malabo declaration and to the implementation strategy and road map to achieve the 2025vision on CAADP • LPI is aligned with CAADP result framework and also working on joint projects • Yes, LPI will continue working with all stakeholders (member states, development partners, continental institutions, CSO platform and farmers federation and RECs). 22
  23. 23. Thank you!! Email: Email: landpolicy@uneca.org Website: http://www.uneca.org/lpi/ 23

Belay Demissie, Land Policy Initiative (LPI) Presentation to the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform Meeting Side event on Improving Land Governance for Inclusive and Sustainable Agricultural Transformation Convened by the AU/AfDB/UNECA Land Policy Initiative Johannesburg 24 March 2015

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