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Uchendu Eugene Chigbu

Scientific Researcher and Lecturer at Chair of Land Management at Technische Universität München

Major works

• Chigbu UE. (2019). Anatomy of women’s landlessness in the patrilineal customary land tenure systems of sub-Saharan Africa and a policy pathway. Land Use Policy, 86, pp. 126-135. • Chigbu, U.E.; Ntihinyurwa, P.D.; de Vries, W.T.; Ngenzi, E.I. (2019). Why Tenure Responsive Land-Use Planning Matters: Insights for Land Use Consolidation for Food Security in Rwanda. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 1354. • Chigbu, U. E., Haub, O., Mabikke, S., Antonio, D., & Espinoza, J. (2016). Tenure Responsive Land Use Planning: A Guide for Country Level Implementation. UN-Habitat: Nairobi, Kenya.

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About Me

Eugene coordinates the PhD programme in land management at the Faculty of Aerospace and Geodesy, Technical University of Munich, Germany. He is a member of the Commissions on “Surveying education” and “Spatial planning” of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG). He has managed international multi-stakeholder projects, co-funded by the GLTN/UN-Habitat, GIZ, and International Social Science Council and he is currently the co-Chair of the International Research and Training Cluster of the Global Land Tool Network (of UN-Habitat). Eugene developed the curricula (and module) content of the “land tenure” and “land use planning” parts of the MOOC “Introduction of Land Management”.

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