Founded with IDRC's support, PTCI provides local training to high-level economists to help offset the shortage of experts in Francophone Africa
StoryECONOMICS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT Information and CommunicationRegionSouth of SaharaChadCameroonBeninSenegalTogoBurkina Faso
Land Tenure Practices and Women's Right to Land : Implications for Access to Natural Resources (Anglophone Cameroon)
Women's right to land in Anglophone Cameroon is subject to two conflicting regimes, customary and statutory.
Poverty and land degradation are severe and interrelated problems in the Sahel. Land degradation reduces current agricultural productivity and is a form of "dissaving" natural capital that will affect future production and income.