World Bank Land and Poverty Conference 2017


The World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty has become one of the largest international events on land governance. It brings together over 1,200 participants from across the globe—including representatives from governments, academics, civil society, and the private sector—to discuss new research, innovations, practices, and policies to strengthen land and resource governance.

At this year’s conference, LandLinks will be highlighting how USAID is advancing new frontiers in:

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Attending the conference? Make sure to stop by USAID’s booth in the Atrium anytime during the week to say hi and have a hands on demonstration of the mobile technology powering USAID’s Mobile Applications to Secure Tenure. You can also sign up for E3/Land’s newsletter and register for the Land Tenure and Property Rights MOOC! USAID’s work will be featured in the following presentations and innovation fair from Monday, March 20 to Thursday, March 23, 2017.

Agenda and Presentations

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  • Panel Discussion: Accountability – An Innovative Tool for Land Governance Issues
    Presentation: Private Sector’s Experience Addressing Land Issues

Social Media

Follow @USAIDEnviro on Twitter and the hashtag #LandConf2017 for updates leading up to and during the conference. Want to join the conversation? Take a look our social media toolkit as well as the images below and feel free to use them and make sure to tag @USAIDEnviro!


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