By Kyoko Kusakabe, Rajendra Shrestha, Veena N.
This ebook explores an interdisciplinary box on the intersection of gender and improvement reviews, catastrophe and land tenure coverage. it truly is renowned that ladies quite often have weaker claims to land. yet how does that translate to elevated vulnerability in the course of catastrophe? utilizing case reports from Asia, this publication argues that land tenure is a key think about mitigating the impression of failures on girls. the dimensions and frequency of mess ups were expanding in contemporary a long time as a result of human influence at the panorama and weather. Unsustainable farming and land administration platforms have elevated environmental dangers and social vulnerabilities. even if, world wide the prices of mess ups are disproportionately borne via ladies, due mostly to their diminished mobility and shortage of keep an eye on over resources. In post-disaster settings, women’s vulnerabilities raise as a result of gendered rescue and rehabilitation practices. As such, a gendered method of land rights is important to catastrophe preparedness and recovery.
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The state agency and private companies then formed joint-ventures for oil palm schemes. In theory, native 8 As of March 1, 2014, Taib had been appointed the new governor of Sarawak, a day after he resigned as the Chief Minister after 33 years in ofﬁce. Taib appointed his former brother-in-law, Adenan Satem, to succeed him as Sarawak’s ﬁfth Chief Minister. 24 C. P. landowners can apply to reclaim their lands on expiry of the lease. In reality, the land rights of communities are now uncertain; recovery of their land is not guaranteed.
Through their everyday contact with and dependence on natural resources, women acquire knowledge about nature and their surroundings. The loss of land can cause women’s roles and functions in traditional rituals and customs to disappear and transform the food self-sufﬁciency of communities to food dependency. Land privatization and land-use changes also affect women’s rights to access the land and produce food for themselves and their families. The practices of the people of Kpg. Lebor provided an insightful contrast to modern land-use patterns that seldom devote adequate attention to human and environmental impacts.
From personal experience, the people living in the study locations in Nawalapitiya knew the considerable damage landslides could cause. High annual rainfall and precipitous hills together with unplanned, environmentally destructive human activities including excessive encroachment had made the area landslide-prone. The post-landslide site was a low-income community where women and men provided unskilled labour in the urban council or other urban activities. Women had fewer employment opportunities compared to men although both men and women faced a dearth of paid work in the area, nevertheless, proximity to the city offered women some alternatives in the informal sector.