STUDY OF THE RIGHT TO ACCESS TO LAND TITLING BY INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON

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The study of Right to Access to Land Titling by Indigenous Communities in the Peruvian Amazon is intended to examine the land rights situation of Amazonian native communities in Peru, past efforts at land titling, and to identify successes, failures, current difficulties, as well as potential opportunities for USAID to work in this area. The guiding questions are as follows:

What is the current situation of land tenure, rights, and titling for Indigenous peoples?

What are the current approaches to land titling?

Have there been any unintended impacts on the Indigenous land titling process?

What are the lessons learned from USAID and other international cooperation interventions?

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Tuesday, October 4, 2022 - 9:45am

Last updated: October 04, 2022