Activity 2 - Comparative assessment of gender and tenure in collective regimes

Project leader Steven Lawry
Location Uganda, Peru, Indonesia
Project status CLOSED
Project start 2016-01-01
Project end 2016-12-31

A global comparative study on forest tenure reforms has generated important qualitative and quantitative gender-differentiated data in Peru, Indonesia and Uganda. These include focus groups and intra-household surveys, key informant interviews, and some gendered assessment through Participatory Prospective Analysis.

The data analysis being conducted for this project will contribute to a journal article on women’s rights within collective tenure regimes.

CIFOR is analyzing the outcomes of forest tenure reforms, and a policy brief with results and recommendations for a gendered approach to tenure security in collective regimes will be produced.


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