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Cadasta Foundation Launches New Platform and Strategy to Put Land Rights on the Map

March 26, 2019

Cadasta Foundation announced the launch of its new mobile technology and strategy on the sidelines of the World Bank Land and Poverty Conference in Washington, DC.

The organization aims to help document and map the land rights of 8 million people in 30 countries by 2022. The news comes after Omidyar Network’s latest funding of the organization.

Read the full release here.

 

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