Scaling a Collective Land Rights Approach: the Role of CCRO in Strengthening Tenure in Tanzania

March 17, 2017

This presentation will introduce the Certificate of Customary Right of Occupancy (CCRO) as a special and valuable legal tool for strengthening land tenure, especially for pastoralists and hunter-gatherers whose livelihoods and practices calls for commonly shared resources. A CCRO promotes equality by protecting the interests of an entire group, thus strengthening the rights of vulnerable people, women, children and other minorities in a community who share and depend on communal land and its resources.

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