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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    March, 2006
    Saint Lucia

    The provisions of this Act shall apply only to land, interests in land, or dealings in land, registered under this Act. This Act sets forth organization, administration, duties, authorities and responsibilities of the Land Registry and registrars. A Registrar of Lands shall be appointed by the Public Service Commission to manage the Land Registry in accordance with this Act. The Land Registry includes a register in respect of every parcel which has been adjudicated in accordance with the Land Adjudication Act and a register in respect of each lease required by this Act to be registered.

  2. Library Resource
    March, 2006
    South Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa

    Small Scale Landlords make a significant contribution to the South African economy. They provide a range of accommodation types for approximately 15% of all South African households (1,85 million households). 60% of this stock (1,1 million households) comprises Household Rental including both formal and informal units located in backyards.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2006
    Africa

    The focus is on management and use of wetlands in Kenya. Coverage includes their role in poverty reduction, Lake Naivasha, Yala, the Nzoia River Basin, and the need for securing wetlands as common property resources. Argues that secure access to wetlands for poor rural communities is fundamental to improving their livelihoods.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2006
    Africa

    The focus of the workshop, funded by FAO, Oxfam GB, and Women Land Link Africa Project (WLLA), was on children’s property rights. The report covers presentations by children, key issues and inspiring initiatives by CBOs, messages from the UN to children, experiences from Zimbabwe, very moving testimonies by children, key recommendations. Following the launch of a UNICEF and UNAIDS global campaign, FAO has been initiating work in the neglected area of children’s property and inheritance rights.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2006
    Africa

    Contains women’s rights and state-led agrarian and market based land reforms; reinstating the state; engendering customary tenure; rights of indigenous people and marginalised groups; human rights violations; HIV/AIDS; the ‘feminisation of agriculture’. Calls for a new agrarian reform agenda in which the state plays a central role, ensuring that land is established as a common public good, and that its benefits are enjoyed equitably by women and men, regardless of race, class or ethnicity.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2006
    Africa

    Baseline survey which includes a literature review. Findings cover land and livelihoods, land ownership and security of tenure, land rights and decision making, land market and transactions, land disputes. Concludes that the volume of land transactions is too low to support a transformation from subsistence to commercial agriculture, as planned. Smallholder farmers have limited capital options making increased land utilization impossible. Tenure security for women is still far from a reality. There is a need to strengthen land rights of widows and orphans.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    March, 2006
    Myanmar

    Report to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs..."India and China are both characterized by a tremendous increase in energy
    consumption, of which an increasing share derives from imports. Very rapid
    economic growth always makes it difficult to arrive at a sound balance between
    demand and supply, and this tends to generate waste, bottlenecks and insecurity.
    Although both countries are trying hard to provide appropriate energy, increase their
    energy efficiency, and diversify their sources of supply, they are becoming

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