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  1. Library Resource
    December, 2002
    Qatar, Burkina Faso, Bangladesh, Honduras, Philippines, Iraq, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Botswana, Iran, Nicaragua, Niger, Togo, Kenya

    l'eau - source de sécurité alimentaire Journée mondiale de l'alimentation: 16 octobre 2002

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    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 1951
    South Africa, Bolivia, United States of America

    An international journal of forestry and forest industries

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    April, 2005
    Myanmar, South-Eastern Asia

    ABSTRACT:
    "Is there a ‘best practice’ model for the legal recognition of customary tenure?
    If not, is it possible to identify the circumstances in which a particular model
    would be most appropriate? This article considers these questions in the light
    of economic theories of property rights, particularly as illustrated by the
    World Bank’s 2003 land policy report. While these theories have their flaws,
    the underlying concept of tenure security allows a typological framework for

  4. Library Resource

    The case of Olkiramatian Group Ranch, Kenya

    Reports & Research
    January, 2009
    Kenya

     In Kenya, the pastoral Maasai’s districts have been the vanguard in rangeland tenure transitions and experimentation as pastoralists’ territory gave way to communal group ranches and to individual land holdings under diverse land-use activities. The tenure transformations have been accompanied by institutional and socio-economic changes that have had bearings on local communities’ capacities for collective action, pastoral livelihoods, and environmental sustainability.

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    From Rhetoric to Action: Towards a Transformed Agriculture and Food Secure Africa

    Policy Papers & Briefs
    January, 2014
    Africa

    In 2003, the Maputo Declaration of the African Union stated that, within five years, 10 per cent of budgets of member states would be dedicated to agriculture. Ten years on, despite spending increases by some countries African governments still allocate an average of only 4 per cent of their national budgets to agriculture. Only eight out of 54 countries under the African Union have consistently reached the 10 per cent target.

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