Resource Equity supports new research on interventions to advance women’s land and resource rights, particularly asking the question of whether particular interventions are effective at improving women’s land tenure security. Our aim was to hear from local researchers on the projects that were of interest to them on this question and to learn how they interpret the findings. The objectives of the research were to both contribute to the body of knowledge on gender-differentiated results of interventions that seek to reform land and resource tenure in a given context and to understand the attributes of interventions, policies, and reforms that […]
August 2021 Bulletin
In this bulletin, we’ll cover mining revenues and women’s involvement in deciding how they are used. We discuss whether it is necessary to mandate joint titling to protect joint ownership rights. You’ll also learn a bit more about the ongoing success of Resource Equity’s Women’s Land Rights Institute, and the customized courses we offer. And finally, we’re announcing a webinar showcasing new papers from researchers we supported in Laos, Sierra Leone, The Kyrgyz Republic, India, and Kenya on What Works for Women’s Land and Property Rights. If you want to know more about what we’re up to, or if you […]
The Impact of Land Rights Reforms for Women in Kyrgyzstan
With support of a grant from Resource Equity, Gulzat Namatbekova conducted research titled Research on The Impact Of Land Rights Reforms Within The Household, Especially For Women In Male Headed Households Kyrgyrzstan.