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FAO Land publications: 18 ENTRIES
Extracted from the FAO Corporate Document Repository
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Land evaluationYear of Publication: 2007
The gender and equity implications of land-related investments on land access and labour and income-generating opportunitiesYear of Publication: 2012
Eastern and Anglophone Western Africa Regional Assessment for the FAO Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land and Other Natural ResourcesYear of Publication: 2010
Farmer field schools on land and water management in AfricaYear of Publication: 2008
Livestock and Gender: A Winning PairYear of Publication: 2000
Second international workshop on participatory forestry in AfricaYear of Publication: 2003
Sustaining communities, livestock and wildlifeYear of Publication: 2009
Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food SecurityYear of Publication: 2012
Foodcrops and Shortages - No. 2 May 2004Year of Publication: 2004
Foodcrops and Shortages - No. 3 October 2005Year of Publication: 2005
Improving tenure security for the poor in AfricaYear of Publication: 2006
Introduction to Image Analysis in ArcView 3 â€“ Land Cover Changes in the Rwenzori Mountains 1973-2005 - ManualYear of Publication: 2011
Land Management and Development of Irrigation Schemes (Zanzibar) - BANKABLE INVESTMENT PROFILEYear of Publication: 2005
NON-WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS IN AFRICA: A REGIONAL AND NATIONAL OVERVIEWYear of Publication: 2001
Southern Africa Regional Assessment for the FAO Voluntary Guidelines on Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land and other Natural ResourcesYear of Publication: 2009
State of forest and tree genetic resources in TanzaniaYear of Publication: 2002
التفريغ الاصطناعي الصدفيات - دليل عمليYear of Publication: 2007
Cincuentenario de la FAOYear of Publication: 1995
IFPRI Land Publications: 3 entries
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In search of a chain reactionYear of Publication: 2012
Modeling land degradation and food import quality enforcementYear of Publication: 2010
“Iowa-based investor Bruce Rastetter and fellow investors in the industrial agricultural corporation AgriSol Energy have their sights on 800,000 acres (325,000 hectares) of land in Tanzania...
“AN ambitious biodiesel project which was allocated over 8,000 hectares of land by Kisarawe district officials in 2008 is in trouble. Employees and casual workers of Sun Biofuels Plc,...
[From AWID] This publication is one step towards building an awareness of the challenges and struggles experienced by women in particular places where companies are extracting wealth from the depths...
Hunger and poverty are, in general, consequences of inadequate and restricted access to land and other resources, such as capital, inputs and technology; being women among those with less access to...
This lesson brief examines the ways in which women’s rights groups collaborated and engaged in the land law reform process in Tanzania. It is part of the Focus on Land in Africa...
Mary Komeiyan would like to grow food for her children. But she has no land. She lives in a village where crops come second in importance to livestock. Cows feed on the small plot of maize near...
[From the editorial] This issue of Feminist Africa seeks to explore the interconnections among economic liberalisation policies, land and resource tenures, and labour relations in the structuring of...
The Pastoral Women’s Council (PWC) is a community-based organisation established in 1997 in Tanzania. It was founded to promote the development of Maasai pastoralist women and children by...
“Indian agribusiness companies are ready to spend $2.5bn buying, or renting for decades, several million hectares of cheap land in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda in what could be some of the...
“Land-grabbing is slowly becoming a serious problem in Tanzania, with the poor being turned into landless citizens in their own country in the name of foreign investors. Some Tanzanians have...