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  1. Library Resource
    Landesa Annual Report 2019
    Reports & Research
    January, 2020
    Global

    Around the world, land is the foundation of rural life. Perhaps no other asset can equal the transformative power of land to create economic opportunity, boost productivity and food security, and fulfill the promise of fundamental human rights and a life of basic dignity and access to justice.

  2. Library Resource
    National Policies
    October, 1995
    Namibia

    The National Agricultural Policy of Namibia is a multi-sectoral policy with the following objectives: achieve growth rates and stability in farm income, agricultural productivity and production levels that are higher than the population growth rate; ensure food security and improve nutritional status; create and sustain viable livelihood and employment opportunities in rural areas; improve the profitability of agriculture and increase investment in agriculture; contribute towards the improvement of the balance of payments; expand vertical integration and domestic value-added for agricultura

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    Africa

    Provides a micro-level foundation for discussions of income and asset allocation within the smallholder sector in Eastern and Southern Africa, and explores the implications of these findings for rural growth and poverty alleviation strategies in the region. Results are drawn from nationally representative households in five countries between 1990 and 2000: Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Mozambique, and Rwanda.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    November, 2014
    Myanmar

    ... Large-scale agricultural investments – in plantations, processing plants or contract farming schemes, for example – have increased in recent years, particularly in developing countries. Investment in the agriculture sector can bring much needed support for rural development, but communities have also witnessed significant negative impacts. Some of the most serious involve local landholders being displaced from their lands and losing access to

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2009
    Myanmar

    ...This study will examine the food (rice) availability at the national level using the official and FAO data. Second, a case study in the rice deficit region (Dry Zone) will present the characteristics and food security status of the farm and non-farm rural households (landless) and the determinants of food security. The Dry Zone was chosen to study because the EC & FAO (2007) classified this region as the most vulnerable area of the country. Furthermore, the FAO projected that the Net Primary Production would be decreased significantly in the Dry Zone in the next two decades.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    June, 2008
    Myanmar

    A Japanese study illustrates how farmers created an agricultural market in spite of the military government’s bureaucrats...

    "Economic Disparity in Rural Myanmar" by Ikuko Okamoto. National University of Singapore Press, 2008...
    "THE devastation caused by Cyclone Nargis and spiraling global food prices have placed even more pressure on the agricultural sector of Burma, once the world’s largest rice exporter and potentially one of Asia’s most prodigious producers of agricultural staples.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    July, 2015
    Myanmar

    Abstract: "With
    the
    major
    economic
    system
    changes,
    many
    new
    developments
    are
    observed
    in
    every
    sector
    of

    Myanmar.
    Urban
    landscaping
    is
    an

    integral
    part
    of
    modern
    urban
    construction
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    the

  8. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    February, 2004
    Myanmar

    Abstract:
    "This paper looks at the case of Myanmar in order to investigate the behavior and welfare of
    rural households in an economy under transition from a planned to a market system. Myanmar's
    case is particularly interesting because of the country's unique attempt to preserve a policy of
    intervention in land transactions and marketing institutions. A sample household survey that we
    conducted in 2001, covering more than 500 households in eight villages with diverse

  9. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    August, 2011
    Myanmar

    ... Pyoe Pin is a programme aimed at strengthening civil society in Myanmar. The programme is supported by DFID, the British Department for International Cooperation and implemented through the British council in partnership with local NGOs. Community Forestry (CF) is a key element of the programme, as it is seen as pathway to increasing the participation of civil society in influencing policy and practice with regards to communities. access and sustainable use of forestry land. CF can also improve forestry conservation and enhance the livelihoods of
    communities.

  10. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    January, 2004
    Myanmar

    The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of marketing reforms implemented in the late 1980s in Myanmar. Particular emphasis is placed on the impact of the reform on the rural economy and its participants, namely farmers, landless laborers and marketing intermediaries. The reform had a positive effect on all these participants through the creation of employment opportunities and increased income.

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