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Regional News of Thursday, 30 April 2015

Source: Journal du Cameroun

Group advocates for information access on land allocation

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The Network for the Fight Against Hunger (Relufa), introduced Wednesday, April 29, 2015, a study report on the access to information and concessions of agro-industrial lands in Cameroon.

This was unveiled during a press conference held at the Muna Foundation in Yaoundé. The report falls within the process of allocation and management of concessions for the purposes of agro-industrial project "mobilization of civil society for advocacy to improve the legal framework and institutional matter of access to information", said the head of the project, Clémence Tabodo.

"One who has the right information can participate in the decision-making," said the consultant lawyer, author of the study report, Pr Etienne Kamugisha, referring to the problem of access to information of local and indigenous populations which "are have no full rights and interests on their land".

There is no restraint for Relufa to mobilize, through this project extended over ten months, "citizens and organisations of civil society to contribute to the improvement of transparency in the land sector", explained the Pr Etienne Kamugisha.

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