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Synthesis: Knowledge, tools and capacity for land tenure security for people affected by the Fomi dam

Synthesis: Knowledge, tools and capacity for land tenure security for people affected by the Fomi dam
Document language: 
French

Author(s): 
Peter Hochet

This is a synthesis of the GWI West Africa working paper entitled "Knowledge, tools and capacity for land tenure security for people affected by the Fomi dam". It summarises the main conclusions and recommendations for ensuring land tenure security for the 120,000 people affected by the Fomi dam project.

This research was conducted as part of the Global Water Initiative in West Africa in collaboration with the Directorate General of the Fomi dam. GWI West Africa is implemented by IUCN and IIED and funded by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation.

Please note this publication is in French, for more information on our work on Fomi see: our work in Guinea.

Date: 
March 2015

Publisher: 
GWI West Africa

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