FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), Germany, IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development), Finland, GTZ (Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit), UN-Habitat
Rapid population growth in many developing countries has raised concerns regarding food security and household welfare.
Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of 13,466 islands, which are divided into 33 provinces.
Land and property are usually the most important physical assets for poor households.
This booklet was prepared after the December 2004 tsunami caused serious damage to agricultural land, soils and vegetation along the coastal areas of Aceh, Indonesia.
This article, a summary of the book sharing the same title, examines issues around the allocation of land and education within families.
Recognizing the need for an integrated land policy and anticipating the fundamental changes in the land administration system with the implementation of decentralization, the Government of In
The Land Administration Project's outcome is rated as satisfactory, sustainability as likely, institutional development impact as modest, Bank performance as satisfactory, and borrower
No-take fishing zones in the Caribbean’s near-shore and reef areas may be an important strategy for sustaining marine ecosystems and conserving fish populations, according to preliminary research.
Tim Fella, Land Tenure and Conflict Advisor - USAID, moderating the panel discussion.
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