Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print [gallery] This post is from the categories: Sustainable West Africa Sustainable Nigeria. This post is licensed under: All rights reserved. . Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print Related Contents Taboo No More – Radio Drama Episode 1 (Women & Land) Women, in particular widows and women-headed households, tend to be denied or are assigned weaker land rights and, as a result, are often amongst the most vulnerable people in society and victims of grabbing. False Promise – Radio Drama Episode 2 (Land & Corruption) A broad alliance from World Bank to G8, from governments to multi-national corporations promotes large scale agriculture to improve food security, to create jobs and to bring development to rural communities. Very often farmers give up their land rights to follow this dream. A Do or Die Affair: Episode 3 of Radio Drama on Land (Agroecology) Small Scale Family Farming/Production Systems based on agro-ecological and indigenous approaches, that sustain food sovereignty and the livelihoods of communities can be the answer to climate change and land grabbing. Many farmers migrate to urban areas or foreign countries because they don’t know how to improve their farms.