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2013

Ethiopia—Land Investment for Transformation (LIFT)

Ethiopie

Titre : Ethiopia—Land Investment for Transformation (LIFT)

Pays  : Ethiopie

Date/Durée : 2013-2020

Contexte
While still one of the poorest countries in the world, Ethiopia has made major advances in reducing poverty levels and increasing agricultural production in recent years. However, the pace of progress is constrained by inefficiencies in the rural land sector, including weak documentation and management of land rights.

Projet
The Land Investment for Transformation (LIFT) programme, funded by the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID), is raising incomes for rural poor and vulnerable populations in Ethiopia and enhancing economic growth through second-level land certification and improved rural land administration. The team works with the government of Ethiopia to improve land tenure security for farmers and boost their productivity, especially among women.

Sélection de résultats
* Established and system for regularising land ownership and demarcated 9.2 million parcels. * Ensured that nearly 90 percent of land certificates include women. * Enabled 7,300 farmers to take out loans using their second-level land certificates, totaling $7.6 million. * Introduced a network of 400 land rental service providers, who facilitated 10,800 formal land rental transactions in rural areas. * Advanced implementation of the new Rural Land Administration System to record post-registration land transactions. * Produced land policy reports, including gender and social inclusion research, to allow government stakeholders to make evidence-based decisions. * Published the Inclusive Land Registration and Critical Role of Social Development Officers Guide.

Financement  : U.K. Department for International Development

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