Strengthening Economic and Social Rights for Dignified Life of Marginalized Farmers (ESC-MAFAR)

Strengthening Economic and Social Rights for Dignified Life of Marginalized Farmers (ESC-MAFAR)

To support the local governments for land use plan and documentation of land and agriculture related information (number of landless and informal settlers, categorization of land, main production at community level). CSRC has been developing and scaling up two models; (i) Identification, Verification and Documentation of Landless and Unplanned Settlers, […]

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Thumbu Feels Secure in New House

Thumbu Feels Secure in New House

Thumbu Ghale of Kispang Rural Municipality in Nuwakot district was living in his house when the first tremor of earthquake hit on 25 April 2015. The disaster severely destroyed their house leaving Thumbu and his wife buried under the rubble unconscious. They remained unaware of the catastrophe and its consequence. […]

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Kanchi also owns the land

Kanchi also owns the land

Kanchi Omu Lama, 53, is a resident of Kiul village in Shermathang of Helambu Rural Municipality. There are five members in her family. Their children are away from home for employment. Helambu has mountain topography. Potato is the main stable produce there. But wild boars from nearby forest make it […]

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Fruits of Consistent Struggle: Happiness in Village-Block

Fruits of Consistent Struggle: Happiness in Village-Block

In and around 1990, Nepal government conducted land survey in various part of the country. Survey team also went to Khayarmara area of Bardibas Municipality in Mahottari District. The team carried out a wholesome survey of the village. In this way, 64 households of Khayarmara village became a ‘village block’ […]

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Community Land Protection Initiative (CLPI)

Community Land Protection Initiative (CLPI)

The overall idea is about identify the real landless and informal land users through the participatory land mapping process including land area at the rural municipality level. After the mapping the community people also will be involved for the analysis data and after the approval from the local council, the […]

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Joint Land Ownership Brings Happiness in Families

Joint Land Ownership Brings Happiness in Families

Maya Devi Lama, 33, of Melamchi municipality ward no-06 of Sindhupalchok district got marriage with Dendu Lama of same place in 16 years ago. Like other women she had also the responsibilities of cultivating farms. However, the land which she used to culitivate was not registerd in her name. She […]

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“Now I Have Equal Rights with My Husband”: Joint Land Ownership

“Now I Have Equal Rights with My Husband”: Joint Land Ownership

Equality begins in the home(Bibesika Bhurtel) House reconstruction has entailed tremendous efforts on the part of both husbands and wives, but when it comes to claiming legal ownership over the property, the wife’s share in this work is often forgotten. Traditionally, land and property are inherited from father to son(s) […]

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