This paper examines the challenges of institutional, organisational and policy reform around land in Southern Africa.
This paper explores and evaluates the impact of a new form of large-scale agriculture which is becoming an increasing phenomenon in southern Burkina Faso.
This paper analyses the relation between demographic transformation, agricultural transformation and land-use pressure within a simple agrarian economy, where population is treated both as a cause
The number of people which the world must feed is expected to increase by 50% during the first half of this century, but will the world’s agricultural resource base be up to the task of meeting the
Malawi has pursued an agricultural-led development strategy since independence in 1964.
The 1998 Land Act represents one of the most important pieces of legislation in Uganda, which is predominantly an agricultural country.
South African president Mbeki has characterised the developmental challenge in his country in terms of integrating the structurally disconnected ‘two economies’.
This document summarises the proceedings from a conference organised by International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) , Natural Resource insitute (NRI) and the Royal African Societ
The paper considers: the question of whether the process of population ageing affects the ways in which land is passed on between members of different generationsthe likely implications of ageing-
This collection of briefing papers summarises select papers presented at the workshop: "Land Rights for African Development: From Knowledge to Action" held in November 2005.
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