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NEW VIDEO: Social Change Maker Rita Murmu, community leader in Dinajpur

Hear from Rita Murmu, social change maker and community leader, and various people from her community about their journey to learn about, strengthen, and then take action for women's land rights in Chehelgazi, Dinajpur, Bangladesh.

Her Land O’clock Podcast on Gender Responsive Land Governance and WLRs

In a new episode, UCOBAC's Ritah Kemigisa sits down with Enoc Mutahi, the Senior Land Management Officer for Mityana District, as he shares his perspectives on gender and women's land rights, highlighting gaps and capacity needs within land administration and management institutions to advance gender-responsive land services.

Women demand for empowerment on land rights

THE INDEPENDENT UGANDA — During a recent dialogue in Kiboga led by UCOBAC, Executive Director Frances Birungi Odong and various stakeholders, including land officers and grassroots women, called for stronger legal measures and support to secure women's land rights in Uganda.

Less than 15% of women have access to land: The cry from the heart of the National Women and Land Alliance

Azactu — The S4HL Senegal coalition was profiled for their work to create a Senegal where men and women are aware of the importance of respecting women's rights in terms of access, effective control, security and development of land resources. Senegal coalition member Ndiouck Mbaye said, “although the situations are varied, the majority of women have restricted and provisional rights.”

Land Rights: Why Women Should Own Land

Chimp Reports — Caroline Kayanja from UCOBAC and S4HL Uganda spoke at an event on gender inclusive land registration. She said, “we have invested in enacting laws and revising laws; can we also put some effort into implementing these laws to work for women?”

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