East Africa

2013 Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Established in 2007, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) is the most comprehensive collection of quantitative data on governance in Africa.

Propietarios o trabajadores sin tierras

Durante 2012, se hizo más evidente que nunca que los países en vías de desarrollo afrontarían una de las decisiones más críticas que se les ha presentado.

Propriétaires fonciers ou paysans sans terre

Au cours de l’année 2012, il est apparu clairement que les pays en voie de développement devaient faire un choix fondamental.

Landowners or Laborers

During 2012, a key choice facing developing countries revealed itself ever more starkly.

Organizational and institutional issues in climate change adaptation and risk management

This report provides some reflections and insights on the level of awareness, practices, and organizational and institutional issues being faced by countries as they ad

Africa's Land Reform Policies Can Boost Agricultural Productivity, Create Food Security and Eradicate Poverty

WASHINGTON, July 22, 2013—Africa is home to nearly half of the world’s usable uncultivated land, some 202 million hectares that can be brought under th

Corridors pour la croissance agricole en Afrique et la Nouvelle Alliance pour la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition: Qui en bénéficie, qui perd?

Ce bref rapport examine comment les gouvernements, les institutions financières internationales et les sociétés mondiales collaborent dans de nouveaux projets en Afriqu

African Agricultural Growth Corridors and the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition. Who benefits, who loses?

This brief report looks at how governments, international finance institutions and global corporations are collaborating in major new projects in Africa (currently in M

Foreign land deals in Tanzania - An update and a critical view on the challenges of data (re)production

"In the absence of an easily available source of reliable up-to-date data on foreign land deals in Tanzania, many reports have been published that attempt to provide an

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