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

Landesa Publications: 26 entries

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

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Gender Equality Bill, 2012Year of Publication: 2013
Securing Land Rights for WomenYear of Publication: 2010
Land (Amendment) Act, 2003Year of Publication: 2003
Customary Land (Development)Year of Publication: 1967
Registered Land Act of MalawiYear of Publication: 1967
Land ActYear of Publication: 1965
Deeds RegistrationYear of Publication: 1916
Divorce Act of MalawiYear of Publication: 1905

Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Land Publications: 25 entries

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Established in 2007, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) is the most comprehensive collection of quantitative data on governance in Africa. Compiled in partnership with experts from a...
The report ‘Sugar Rush: Land rights and the supply chains of the biggest food and beverage companies’ highlights examples of land grabs and disputes linked to companies that supply sugar for Coca-...
Blantyre — Groups representing small-scale farmers, rural women and social activists from the countries of the Southern African Development Community, SADC, are asking the regional bloc to consider...
On 9.9.1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, inter...
“The rationale of the GBI - Green Belt Initiative - is to ensure that the commercial farmers have access to large tracts of land for agriculture at the highest possible economies of scales. The...
(…) “When time to sell produce came, he would pocket all the money alone. When I  asked for my share, he would tell me it was his land and I must just continue working. He would...
Following democratization in 1994, the Malawi government put great emphasis on reducing poverty. The predominantly agrarian economy has had little rural-urban migration and Malawi’s current level of...
The paper builds on joint work by ActionAid and its local partners through the Women’s Land Rights (WOLAR) project, funded by the MDG3 Fund. It is informed by engagement of Southern African rural...
[From the OpenSociety Foundations] November has been a good month for women in Malawi. Parliament finally recognized that women have the right to inherit from the marital estate. In the past, after...
Here it is an important book on Women’s Land Rights, published by the International Development Research Centre. The book’s authors, Debbie Budlender and Eileen Alma, also draw from...
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