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Session Overview
09-02: Gendered land data to equalize asset access: How and why
Thursday, 22/Mar/2018:
8:30am - 10:00am

Session Chair: Benedicte Leroy De La Briere, World Bank, United States of America
Location: MC 13-121

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Why direct interviewing matters- results from Malawi

Heather Moylan, Talip Kilic

The World Bank, Italy



Using Tax Data to Assess Gender Equality in Land Ownership: Lessons for Ukraine and Beyond

Denis Bashlyk

Stategeocadastre, Ukraine

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Using monitoring data to effectively mainstream gender equality in land ownership in the Western Balkans

Etilda Gjonaj, Toni Gogu

Ministry of Justice, Albania

Launched in 2013, the gender and land rights initiative in the Western Balkans set out to address the disparity that exists between male and female land ownership in the region. Gender disaggregated data in the Western Balkans shows that although women and men have equal status in law in relation to property as well as equal access to information, local customs, cultural norms and traditions continue to favour male ownership of land. The results of an ongoing initiative towards achieving gender equality in land ownership and control by the Government of Albania and supported by FAO and GIZ will be presented. The government used the FAO’s Legal Assessment Tool (LAT) for gender-equitable land tenure and supported the piloting of SDG Indicator 5.a.2.


Towards an Integrated Approach to Measuring Gendered Land Access and Project Impact

Klaus Deininger

World Bank, United States of America