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Liberia: Stakeholders Unite to Integrate Climate Change Action into Land Formalization Framework

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At the end of a two-day conference jointly organized by Landesa and the Rights and Rice Foundation, stakeholders reached a consensus to incorporate climate action within the framework of land rights, aiming for a sustainable and inclusive approach to land formalization. The conference attracted a diverse array of participants, including policymakers, members of the 55th Legislature, Josephine Nkrumah (ECOWAS Permanent Representative to Liberia), civil society representatives, farmers, and community leaders.

Liberia: Landesa, Partners Rally Support for Inclusive Climate Action and Land Rights

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Landesa, in collaboration with the Rights and Rice Foundation, has commenced a groundbreaking conference titled “Land Rights for Inclusive Climate Action and Sustainable Development” in Monrovia, Liberia. As Liberia faces the repercussions of climate change, the conference outcomes could chart a course towards a resilient and climate-smart land tenure system, serving as a model for other African nations confronting similar challenges.

A new dawn for land rights in Liberia


On April 28, Landesa organized the launch of land formalization for Togba Nyakon Clan. This marked an important step forward on a journey begun in 2018, when Liberia adopted the national Land Rights Act, granting land rights for rural communities for the first time in the history of the West African nation.

Youth Land Rights in Liberia: A Case Study


The Land Rights for Sustainable Development project seeks to increase youth participation in land management discussions and build awareness of the importance of youth land rights to create opportunity.