The Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA) launched its francophone West Africa Node in December 2018 at the University of Gaston Berger in Saint Louis, Senegal. It was followed by a week-long learning exchange aimed at identifying common land governance challenges in West Africa and the role universities can pursue to address those challenges.
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Mainstreaming of Guidelines for the Development of Curricula on Land Governance in Africa: The ALPC – in the context of the SLGA programme, is seeking support from land governance experts to examine and apply quality standards and ensure mainstreaming of the Guidelines for the Development of Curricula on Land Governance in Africa. The Guidelines seek to fill gaps in the curricula used to train land professionals in Africa.
Scholarships are awarded generally only for selected institutions that are affiliated with the programme. These will receive a maximum quota of scholarships (both In-Country and In-Region with an emphasis on In-Region scholarships) for (post)graduates programmes or individual doctorates.
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The francophone West Africa NELGA Hub was launched at a meeting held between 3-7 December 2018 hosted by the NELGA Node, Université Gaston Berger in Saint-Louis, Senegal. The launch was followed by a three-day training that brought together academics, trainers and other relevant stakeholders in the land sector for a joint interactive learning on innovative concepts, tools and practices in land governance.
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A delegation of 15 members of academia from the Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA), as well as African national ministries, gathered in Germany in September 2018 for a Study Tour focused on Land Governance.
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