Gender and equity implications of land-related investments - Cases of study - Zambia,Tanzania, Ghana and Lao (FAO, 2013) | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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January 2013
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Gender and Equity Implications of Land Related Investments on Land Access and Labor and Income A Case Study of FAO

The gender and equity implications of land-related investments on land access and labour and income-generating opportunities A case study of selected agricultural Investments in LAO PDR (2013)

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