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Tanzania - Forest Conservation and Management Project [English]Year of Publication: 2011
The role of rural labor markets in poverty reduction : evidence from Asia and East Africa [English]Year of Publication: 2006
Struggles over land rights have emerged as one of the foremost social and environmental challenges across much of Africa. Tanzania has been the focus of one of the most widely publicised land-...
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has refuted claims that the government is a notorious grabber of land from poor subsistence farmers in rural areas. The president was addressing Guelph University community...
Why do you care about women’s land rights? Isn’t it enough for the household to have land? This question is a common refrain heard from many corners of the developing world, but most disturbingly...
Nababan added that the need to map these lands has become more urgent since the Constitutional Court’s decision in May, which determined that a line in the country’s 1999 Forestry Law — which stated...
Africa has the biggest challenge of reversing hunger, disease and extreme poverty afflicting her. States need to combine and work together to achieve this. Through the New Partnership for African...
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. ¿Tomarían el camino hacia un desarrollo...
Au cours de l’année 2012, il est apparu clairement que les pays en voie de développement devaient faire un choix fondamental. Opteraient-ils pour un développement basé sur l’inclusion, le respect de...
During 2012, a key choice facing developing countries revealed itself ever more starkly. Would they choose a development path built on inclusiveness, respect for the rights of their citizens, and the...
[08/08/2013] 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 adapt to climate change, based on...
I have been attracted by recent reports in the media that people affected by oil activities are not being adequately compensated, but what is ‘adequate compensation?’ It should be recognised that the...