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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Zambia

    In recent years, Zambia has witnessed increased interest from private investors in acquiring land for

    agriculture. As elsewhere, large-scale land acquisitions are often accompanied with promises of capital

    investments to build infrastructure, bring new technologies and know-how, create employment, and

    improve market access, among other benefits. But agricultural investments create risks as well as

    opportunities, for instance in relation to loss of land for family farmers. While much debate on ‘land

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Ghana

    In recent years, Ghana has witnessed increased interest from private companies in developing agricultural

    investments. This trend is common to many lower/middle income countries. It has translated in a surge in

    large-scale land acquisitions in many lower/middle income countries, including Ghana, but also in

    agribusiness ventures that source produce from local farmers.

    While much debate on agricultural investments has discussed risks and opportunities for host governments

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Botswana, Mozambique

    Given the recent trend of granting vast areas of African land to foreign investors, the urgency of placing real ownership in the hands of the people living and making their livelihood upon lands held according to custom cannot be overstated. This study provides guidance on how best to recognize and protect the land rights of the rural poor.

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Italy, Madagascar, Niger, Peru

    This issue of Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives contains an interesting and

    wide-ranging set of contributions providing insights into land related issues ranging from

    Italy to the Central Andes, and from the historical development of sustainable tenure

    practices to aspects of agriculture sector planning.

    The eight articles featured open with that of Lavigne Delville, which addresses issues

    relating to insecurity of tenure in West Africa, and identifies what the paths of change

  5. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Mozambique, Sudan

    Land Tenure Working Paper 14: Growing land scarcity and concern about land-related conflicts and rising levels of rural impoverishment have brought land to the fore once more. The main difference with the recent past is the wide spectrum of actors who want to take part in the elaboration of the land policies, as well as the more and more recognized need to root the proposals in the particular context of each specific country.

  6. Library Resource
    January, 1970
    Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Nigeria, Sweden, Turkey

    This paper discusses the role of FAO support to the Government of Mozambiques Land Commission since 1995, through three consecutive projects. While each has had a relatively short duration, all have been planned and implemented within a single conceptual framework with a much longer time horizon. This has allowed a difficult and complex issue to be progressively developed and nurtured within a realistic time scale, while building up a strong sense of national ownership of the process.

  7. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Mozambique

    Land Tenure Working Paper 13: Secure land rights are crucial if local populations are to engage actively as stakeholders in rural development.

  8. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Ghana

    Land lies at the heart of social, political and economic life in much of rural
    Africa. It provides a major source of livelihoods, income and employment; a
    basis for social and political relations; and has major historical, cultural and
    spiritual significance. In many places, rapid socio-economic changes are
    undermining the security of land access for poorer and more vulnerable
    groups – particularly in high-value lands such as peri-urban areas, irrigated
    schemes and fertile lands. Securing land access for these groups is

  9. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Zimbabwe

    The effect of HIV/AIDS on Africa and the issues it creates for women in African societies, especially unmarried women, is a difficult one that will not soon go away. These two volumes [ The Land and Property Rights of Women and Orphans in the Context of HIV and AIDS : Case Studies from Zimbabwe, and Reclaiming Our Lives: HIV and AIDS, Women’s Land and Property Rights and Livelihoods in Southern and East Africa: Narratives and Responses] are important and useful additions to the literature of the problem and should be found in academic and research collections dealing with the topic

  10. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 1970
    Ghana

    This report is the outcome of a study undertaken on men and women’s access to and control

    over land in seven districts of the Volta Region in Ghana. The study evolved out of a need for

    increased insight into gender differences in access to and control over land and the implications of insecure access to land for households within the Volta Region of Ghana.

    The objective of the study was to obtain an improved understanding of gender-specific

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