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Securing agricultural land tenure for communities affected by Fomi dam (Guinea)

4 March to 5 March
2015Conakry, Guinea
GWI national workshop on securing agricultural land tenure for communities affected by Fomi dam (Guinea)

Workshop aims and objectives

The workshop focused on the legislative and administrative reforms regarding land tenure which need to take place in Guinea in the context of the planned construction of Fomi dam in the Upper Niger River basin. Representatives from the ministries responsible for land tenure in Guinea, civil society and technical and financial partners, as well as members of parliament and mayors from Fomi's local communities, amongst other participants, took part in the workshop discussions. Read the press release: Fomi dam: catalysing land tenure reform in Guinea 

Workshop outputs

For the workshop recommendations please see the meeting report [in French only], this also contains the list of participants, agenda, and results of the working group discussions.

You can read all the presentations from the workshop below [in French only], or directly on GWI West Africa's Slideshare page: