In Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya, a decentralized approach to land administration promises more accessible dispute resolution and a better deal for women.
Studies-Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
Decentralisation, Land Rights and the Construction of Women's Citizenship in Sub-Saharan Africa : a Comparative Study of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania; first project evaluation report
The evaluation report reviews a methodology workshop and project proposal, held in Nairobi, Kenya.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2008 - 05:00
Papers-Published dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 05:00
Decentralization, Local Rights and the Construction of Women's Citizenship : a Comparative Study in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda - Phase II
Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda have adopted new land laws, policies and institutional arrangements to accommodate decentralization of land administration and management.
Decentralization, Local Politics and the Construction of Women's Citizenship (Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania) - Phase I
The onset of decentralization in a number of African countries provides an opportunity to investigate questions of women's space and citizenship in the state process.