The index below offers access to a diverse collection of land-related publications and resources related specifically to this country, which have been classified by contributing organizations.

Country land legislations: NO entries

Treaties, laws and regulations on land and soil extracted from FAOLEX

FAO Land publications: 18 entries

Extracted from the FAO Corporate Document Repository

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Land evaluationYear of Publication: 2007
Livestock and Gender: A Winning PairYear of Publication: 2000

Landesa Publications: 114 entries

Extracted from LandWise: A Women & Land Library, a project of the Landesa Center for Women's Land Rights

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Making Rangelands Secure (No. 5)Year of Publication: 2014
The Perils of WidowhoodYear of Publication: 2012
Are Land Deals Driving Wather Grabs?Year of Publication: 2011
Mining Act, 2010Year of Publication: 2010
Securing Land Rights for WomenYear of Publication: 2010
Unit Titles Act, 2008Year of Publication: 2008
Special Economic Zones Act, 2006Year of Publication: 2006
Land (Amendment) Act, 2004Year of Publication: 2004
Environmental Management Act, 2004Year of Publication: 2004
Land Tenure (Amendment) Act, 2003Year of Publication: 2003
Forest Act, 2002Year of Publication: 2002
Land Disputes Courts Act, 2002Year of Publication: 2002
Village Land Act, 1999Year of Publication: 1999
Land Act, 1999Year of Publication: 1999
Mining Act, 1998Year of Publication: 1998
National Forest PolicyYear of Publication: 1998
Law of Succession ReportYear of Publication: 1995
National Land PolicyYear of Publication: 1995
Ward Tribunals Act, 1988Year of Publication: 1988
Rent Restriction Act, 1984Year of Publication: 1984
Local Government Finances Act, 1982Year of Publication: 1982
Local Government Service Act, 1982Year of Publication: 1982
Land Ordinance (Amendment) Act, 1974Year of Publication: 1974
Law of Marriage Act, 1971Year of Publication: 1971
Land Acquisition Act, 1967Year of Publication: 1967
Land Ordinance (Amendment) Act, 1966Year of Publication: 1966
Local Government Ordinance Act, 1962Year of Publication: 1962
Survey Act, 1959Year of Publication: 1959
Town and Country Planning Act, 1956Year of Publication: 1956
Land Registration Act, 1954Year of Publication: 1954
Public Recreation Grounds Act, 1954Year of Publication: 1954
Chattels Transfer Act, 1942Year of Publication: 1942
Registration of Document Act, 1924Year of Publication: 1924
Land Ordinance, 1923Year of Publication: 1923

Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Land Publications: 23 entries

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World Bank Land Publications: 46 entries

Extracted from the World Bank's Documents & Reports database

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We learn from Dodoma that the Law Reform Commission of Tanzania has recast the way we deal with conflicts over access to land and its associated resources.The Commission’s latest report presented to...
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A Case Study of Selected Agricultural Investments in Northern Tanzania (2013) For early reports, see FAO’s Corporate Document Repository
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Combler les inégalités entre les sexes dans l’agriculture est pour beaucoup indispensable dans la lutte contre la pauvreté et le renforcement de la sécurité alimentaire. Le changement...
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The Landesa Center for Women’s Land Rights is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the third year of our Women’s Land Rights Visiting Professionals Program. Through...
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