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Date: juin 2017
Source: Foncier & Développement
Ce dossier sur le renouvellement des formes et des enjeux de l’accès à la terre agricole au Sud rassemble des contributions présentées lors du colloque SFER « Le foncier agricole : usages, tensions et régulations », qui s’est tenu à Lyon les 11 et 12 juin 2014.
The paper gives historical background of the land acquisition process in India and the struggle since 1824. It descrbed the political processes in which the LARR Act 2013 came into being in Indian Parliament.
The study mainly focused on credit investment in agriculture.. It was carried out in Telengana State using net returns accrued from crops, fruit trees and livestock in three distressed districts. It has identified sustainable and profitable land uses, estimated credit requirement and formulated credit investment action plan.
In the context of the global land rush, some portray large-scale land acquisitions as a potent threat to the livelihoods of already marginalized rural farming households in Africa. In order to avoid the potential pitfall of studying a particular project that may well have atypical effects, this paper systematically investigates the impact on commercial farm wage incomes for rural smallholder households of all pledged investments in the agricultural sector in Zambia between 1994 and 2007.
This report explores in detail the many legal, social, historical, political, economic and other factors involved in the land acquisition process in Bangladesh. The report also examines how land across Bangladesh can most easily, affordably and fairly be acquired and accessed by civil society groups and climate displaced communities in Bangladesh. The study will also this report assesses the viability of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) as a possible permanent destination for the relocation of climate displaced communities.
This report explores in detail the many legal, social, historical, political, economic and other factors involved in the land acquisition process in Bangladesh. The report also examines how land across Bangladesh can most easily, affordably and fairly be acquired and accessed by civil society groups and climate displaced communities in Bangladesh. The study will also assess the possibility of climate displaced persons accessing land through private or public donation, including by government officials, private individuals or corporations.
We use nationally representative survey data from two neighboring countries in Southern Africa – Zambia and Malawi – to characterize the current status of rural land rental market participation by smallholder farmers. We find that rural rental market participation is strongly conditioned by land scarcity, and thus is more advanced in Malawi than in lower-density Zambia. In both countries, we find evidence that rental markets contribute to efficiency gains within the smallholder sector by facilitating the transfer of land from less-able to more-able producers.
The paper submitted for the partial fulfillment of the Degree of Masters of Science in Contemporary India at University of Oxford. The study examined divide between the pro-poor approaches to rural industrialisation and transfers of agricultural land.
This study assesses land transactions with explicit reference to their impact on poverty and any land acquisition is likely to displace people in large numbers.
Land policy and the proposed land tenure reforms of Government have important implications for the development of the agriculture sector in Zambia. The purpose of this report is to ‘identify the critical issues that will need to be assessed further if DFID decides to offer support to the agricultural sector.’