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Afghan government works towards female ownership of property


Bamyan: 24th July 2021 (TDI) Afghan government project is helping women claim property ownership so that they have better participation in the public life sector.

The Ministry of Urban Development and Land has been working on improving land administration and promoting better access to registration services most important for women. This effort is supported by the Afghanistan Land Administration System Project that is financed by the World Bank and the Reconstruction Trust Fund of Afghanistan. These initiatives have helped many women in acquiring certificates that prove their ownership of the property and protect them from eviction, invasion, and dispute. The documents also guarantee that women can pass on property to their children and shelter them. According to the new legal framework co-titling for occupants of state land is compulsory, and husbands now must include their wives’ names on the ownership certificates. Through their support for women empowerment and the protection of vulnerable children in female households, Afghanistan is working towards empowering and protecting all of its citizens.


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