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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    September, 1965
    Africa, Eastern Africa

    This paper focuses on East Africa: development trends and problems. The East African sub-region onglobes a total area of about 5.5 million kilometers or about 18 percent of the continent’s area.

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Dans la pratique, l'Etat dénonça les terres vacantes une à une, au fur et à mesure de ses besoins, par le moyen des "enquêtes de vacance". Ces enquêtes déterminaient par l’organe de fonctionnaires territoriaux spécialement entraines à cet effet, s'il existait sur la terre recherchée, des droits indigènes tels que définis plus haut.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 1972
    Uganda

    The Department of Lands and Surveys is responsible for Land Administration, Surveys and Mapping, Valuations and Titles. The last report adequately covered the history of our land tenure and' it

    is not therefore intended to go over it again.

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2012
    Eastern Africa

    This paper is focuses on Sub-regional knowledge exchange and capacity building workshop on the economic valuation of land and ecosystem services: final report. The overall objective of the workshop was to build the capacity of key actors involved in land use decisions in relation to the assessment of the real value of land, the understanding of the multiple benefits originating from ecosystem services, and the awareness of tools, methodologies, institutions and processes that can facilitate SLM adoption

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    June, 2015
    Cape Verde, Comoros, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritius, Sao Tome and Principe, Seychelles

    This document focuses on Small Island developing States, least developed countries and landlocked developing countries at Ninth session of the Committee on Sustainable Development and the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Addis Ababa, 17–18 June 2015.

  6. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    September, 1965
    Africa, Eastern Africa

    La sous- région da l'Afrique de l’est couvre une superficie total a de

    quelque-5,5 millions de kilomètres carres, soit environ 18 pour 100 de la superficie du continent. Située approximativement entre 13° de latitude nord et 25° de latitude sud, elle est limitée a l’ouest par le Soudan, le Congo et l'Angola et au sud par le Mozambique et l'Afrique du Sud.

  7. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    October, 1985
    Ethiopia

    The main objectives of the cooperative societies of the 1960’s were the promotion, in accordance with cooperative principles and the requirements of social justice, of better living, better business and better methods of production by reducing the cost of credit, etc. Most of the societies then were farmers' cooperatives whose membership were composed of land owners, provincial and district Governors businessmen, etc. The leadership was also controlled by the same people.

  8. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    August, 1971
    Chad, Africa

    As in many of the States of Equatorial-Africa, Chad's system of public

    and private land tenure is based on the French decree of 28 March 1699 and on the subsequent modifying texts. This system has not been very successful and Africans have proudly clung on to their respective "concessions", because they enjoyed a material hold over the land (habitation, farming, grazing, fishing m -certain water courses), until i960 and beyond.

  9. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Ghana

    Les premiers propriétaires de terres au Ghana sont les chefs

    locaux. Les families et les particuliers possedent aussi des terres, dont les titres de propriète sont établis par les chefs.

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