For the poorest in India, a secure right to land or housing has the potential to unlock massive economic and societal value. it can protect them against wrongful eviction and displacement, give them security, quality of life and economic leverage and it can be the means to escape poverty.
N/Core with Omidyar Network, seeks to incubate top talent working on entrepreneurial solutions to problems specific to land and property rights. if you are a nonprofit founder working on solutions for any of the following challenges related to land & property rights, we want to hear from you:
millions of Indians lack a clear title to their land or house. clear titles on land and property can unlock potential value of the... know more
Transparency is critical in ensuring land use and allocation is fair and accountable so that tenure rights can be defended and... know more
Notwithstanding the repeated and strong Constitutional guarantees of equality to women, the property rights of Indian women... know more
Land-related disputes account for two-thirds of all pending court cases in the country. these land disputes include those related... know more
Several government schemes such as farm input subsidies and crop insurance in the agricultural sector are disbursed on the... know more
The housing shortage in urban areas was estimated to be 1.87 crore units in 2012, and this is expected to increase to two crore... know more