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  1. Library Resource
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    Training Resources & Tools
    January, 2020
    Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Eastern Africa, Uganda

    With the current population of 40 million and 213 inhabitants per km², Uganda is one of the most densely populated countries in Africa. Yet land is a fixed asset. Of all the land in Uganda, approximately 80% of the land area is administered under customary tenure system and approximately 5% only is titled under Mailo, leasehold and freehold tenure. There is a high amount of tenure insecurity in major parts of the population, as the land legislation is not well−known among the rural smallholder farmers.

  2. Library Resource
    Training Resources & Tools
    May, 2019
    Mozambique, Tanzania

    The LandAssess Tool is a risk assessment and management framework. It provides a clear and simple set of checklists that generate a report to help companies assess and manage how they respect land rights. This tool responds to the gap between companies’ commitments to recognize land rights and their ability to give life to that commitment in their operations.

  3. Library Resource

    Initial Reflections on Public Sector Reform to Support the Economic and Social Recovery of Zimbabwe

    Training Resources & Tools
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    June, 2012
    Zimbabwe, Africa

    In early 2010, Zimbabwe's Minister of Public Service requested Bank support for a public administration review to provide analytical support and technical assistance to identify the key issues to restore the quality of public administration in Zimbabwe. This policy note presents an initial framing of recent public administration reform experiences and lessons learned in Zimbabwe and set the agenda for future client engagement with a view to present reform options.

  4. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    Training Resources & Tools
    December, 2008
    Kenya, Africa

    This report analyzes the conflict resolution mechanisms among pastoralist societies in northern Kenya who have a long history of conflict but were by and large not involved in recent hostilities. It is based on qualitative research data that was collected during field visits between July and November 2007 in three arid lands districts in Northern Kenya - Isiolo, Baringo/East Pokot and Garissa. Research areas were selected to gain insight into conflict and legal dynamics among a variety of ethnic groups and in differing ecological and political environments.

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