Strengthened capacity for improved governance of land tenure and natural resources in the Central Highlands of Angola

Strengthened capacity for improved governance of land tenure and natural resources in the Central Highlands of Angola

The project is to empower national, provincial and municipality level government and local Non State Actors and communities to facilitate the recognition of tenure rights. It is expected that this will prevent conflicts due to existing weak land tenure and will improve the security of land occupation. The project is assisting the Government in the creation and implementation of a process for regularizing land claims and establishing more-secure land rights of individual smallholder, untitled communities and peri-urban residents that occupy their land without formal title deeds. This process is in line with the frameworks established in the Voluntary Guidelines for Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT) as well as promotes the application of the Social Tenure Domain Model (STDM).
 
Location(s) of the action: ten municipalities in the provinces of Huambo (7), Bié (2) and Benguela (1) in the Republic of Angola.
 
Names of Implementing Parties: World Vision Netherlands (Applicant) and Development Workshop Angola (co-applicant), and Food and Agriculture Organisation Angola (third-party contribution and consulting services)
Sector
Agricultural land resources
Domain
Food Security
Benefitting zone
Angola
Nature
Action Grants

KEY FACTS

  • Total cost (€)

    3 529 412.00

    EU contracted amount - €

    3 000 000.00

    Duration

    May 2014 - May 2017

    Implementing organisation

    STICHTING WORLD VISION NEDERLAND

    Funding instrument

    DCI - Food Security