Secure women’s land rights are urgently needed to fulfill human rights and ensure a more equitable and sustainable world for us all.
Secure land rights can encourage farmers to invest in climate adaptation infrastructure and sustainable land management practices that are necessary to bolster climate resilience and food security.
As climate change impacts intensify, growing rates of natural disasters cause increasing damage to the lives of people across the globe.
Women farmers make up 60% of employed women in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet fewer women than men own or have secure rights to the land they cultivate.
The key ingredient for an Asian Tiger economy is in the land beneath our feet.
Small farmers with secure rights to land are better environmental stewards.