Since the mid-1980s, GRET has occasionally worked in Burundi, first on food product processing, then on media issues.
After conducting a study of land issues in Burundi in 2008, GRET was again solicited by CCFD–Terre Solidaire to conduct a regional-scale land tenure study in the Great Lakes region (Burundi, Rwanda, and DRC). The objective was three-fold: identify the problems involved in the stakes and challenges of securing local populations’ land rights in function of the specific characteristics of the three countries (population density, return of refugees, social peace, etc.), place the current choices in land policies into perspective with these issues and the major orientations of regional processes, and identify key issues to address in terms of land policy and field initiatives. This study was produced in partnership with a group of civil society organizations in the three countries covered by the study.
Les projets liés
Assistance Conceiving the Small-Scale Farming Intensification and Commercialization Support Project in Burundi
Burundi | 01/01/2008 - 31/12/2008
After the government of Burundi and the International Fund for Agricultural Devel-opment (IFAD) formulated the Burundi Agricultural Commodity Chain Support project, the government asked IFAD to finalize the project concept, taking into account the evaluat
Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo | 06/03/2002 - 31/03/2002
Diagnostic of training needs and supply for journalists in Africa. The study aims to formulate operational recommendations for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as concerns professional media training policy and activities in countries in the priority solidarity zone (ZSP).