Report from session during KPSRL annual conference exploring how land registration might impact relations between local governments and the populations they are expected to serve.
WytskeChamberlain - van der Werf
Wytske Chamberlain is the programme manager of the LAND-at-scale knowledge management component. In this role she builds on her experience in the field of land governance. She is an expert in the complexity of inclusive business models, in particular in the agricultural sector. She has done extensive research into the compound structures that enable the integration of smallholder farmers and poor rural communities into commercial value chains. Further interests lie in the field of large-scale land acquisition, on which she has worked through the Land Matrix. Wytske holds a PhD in Rural Development from the University of Pretoria, an MA degree in Human Geography from the University of the Witwatersrand and an MA degree in International Economics and Economic Geography from Utrecht University.