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Latin America’s indigenous and Afro-descendant communities are facing not just one pandemic, but three. Women bear the brunt of them all, which threatens communities’ very survival.
Meet the women who now have secure rights to land as result of S4HL Tanzania Coalition member, CARE International Tanzania’s Ardhi Yetu Program (Our Land Program).
Stand For Her Land Global Steering Committee partners at the World Bank explain how the coronavirus pandemic is shining a harsh light on why women’s land rights are so critical in protecting women and their families in times of crisis.
Landesa’s Chief of Advocacy and Stand For Her Land Secretariat, Jennifer Abrahamson is quoted in this recent article published by the Thomson Reuters Foundation which explains how the coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating the difficulties for Iraqi women displaced by war and how crises in general have this effect in countries where women’s land rights are not well established.