The purpose of this Act is to contribute to the promotion of the public interest and the development of industries by effectively executing erosion control work in order to prevent devastation of national land and conserve the national land. Article 23 deals with erosion control work by local governments.
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Library ResourceLegislationMarch, 1994Republic of Korea
Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 1994Republic of Korea
The purpose of this Act is to contribute to the strengthening of the agricultural competitiveness, the balanced development of the national economy, and the preservation of the environment of national land through the stabilization of farmers' management and the improvement of productivity, by stipulating necessary matters for the ownership, utilization, preservation, etc. of farmland in order to utilize and manage farmland efficiently.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1994Sri Lanka, South-Eastern Asia
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994Niger, Africa, Western Africa
This research was undertaken as a Ph.D. dissertation (Stanford University) in conjunction with the ILCA programme in Niamey, Niger. The objective of the research was similar to that of the World Bank studies: to test how land tenure affects land-improving investment, agricultural productivity and resource management. The standard hypothesis is that land tenure that is non-exclusive insecure or non-transferable will lead to under-investment and depressed factor mobility.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994Ethiopia, Africa, Eastern Africa
This research is being undertaken as an ILCA project with support from the Rockefeller Post-Doctoral Fellowship Programme. There are three objectives. One objective is very similar to that of the World Bank and Niger studies: to determine the effects of land tenure on investment, productivity and efficiency in crop-livestock systems in the Ethiopian highlands.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994Africa, Western Africa
IITA developed alley cropping (also called hedgerow intercropping by ICRAF) in the mid 1970s to alleviate the problems of reduced soil fertility, reduced yields and soil erosion that were associated with population growth and reduced fallow periods. In the early 1980s this technology was adapted by ILCA to serve as a source of feed. On-farm research was conducted in two locations of South-West and South-East Nigeria. The locations differ in terms of population density, soil fertility, land tenure and typical farm layout.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994
This document reports the results of a small meeting of social scientists from ILCA and IFPRI held at ILCA. The workshop was conceived to summarize the results of studies previously conducted by ILCA and others, to identify priorities for future research; to provide guidance for future research - problems, methodology, locations, and resource requirements, and to consider specific proposals for future research and evaluate the areas of complementarity and/or overlap with other past or current projects.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1994Italy
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 1994Asia
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1994
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