Webinar on Land Tenure in Tanzania

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Join USAID LandLinks, the Global Donor Working Group on Land, and the FAO for an online event exploring land tenure and property rights in Tanzania. This webinar will be presented by the primary author of USAID’s updated Tanzania Land Tenure Country Profile, Dr. Maureen Moriarty-Lempke.

Join the discussion live on Wednesday, May 24 at 8 am EDT (3 pm East Africa Time Zone) and connect on Twitter using the hashtag #countrybycountry as well.

Check out USAID’s updated Tanzania Land Tenure Country Profile and the Global Donor Working Group on Land’s one-pager on Land Governance in Tanzania.

Stay tuned following the Tanzania discussion for a 15-minute overview of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries, and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT), presented by The Cloudburst Group’s Karol Boudreaux.

Did you miss the first country profile webinar on Kosovo? View the recorded webinar here.

Discussion Moderator

Maureen Moriarty-Lempke, PhDMaureen Moriarty-Lempke, PhD

Independent Land Tenure and Property Rights Specialist

Dr. Lempke specializes in land tenure and property rights issues in conflict-affected areas, including Afghanistan, Haiti, Kosovo, Liberia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, and Ukraine. She served as a visiting lecturer at Duke University’s Program in International Development Policy, teaching courses related to land, conflict and conflict mitigation and the connection between land tenure, property rights and issues including food security, climate change, natural resource management and urban informal development.

VGGT Presenter

Karol BoudreauxKarol Boudreaux

Land Tenure and Natural Resource Management Practice Lead, The Cloudburst Group

Ms. Boudreaux is the Land Tenure and Natural Resource Management Practice Lead at The Cloudburst Group. She is a lawyer and land tenure expert with two decades of experience in the field and as a researcher. Ms. Boudreaux also served as USAID’s Africa Land Tenure Specialist. Before joining USAID, she was an instructor and assistant dean of George Mason University’s School of Law. She has conducted research in ten African countries and has published widely.