negotiated land reform

Reform that uses the land market as a vehicle for redistributing land, but in which the state plays an important role in providing funds (e.g., through grants and or loans) for poor farmers to purchase land.

By Roy Prosterman

Asia’s Tigers, the collection of booming economies that emerged in the East following World War II, are often hailed as economic miracles. There was, though, no “secret sauce” behind that sustained and broad-based economic growth. Rather, as Myanmar is poised to show, the key ingredient for a Tiger economy can be found right beneath our feet.

in: @Verdade - Organizações da Sociedade Civil do Niassa, Nampula e Zambézia “libertam-se” de Maputo graças aos dólares do ProSavana

Fonte: @Verdade

Escrito por Adérito Caldeira  

23 Dezembro 2016

By: Teboho.Setena
Date: August 10th 2016
Source: News24

THE African Farmers Association of South Africa (Afasa) in the Free State has called for a second model to the land reform programme to complement the existing Proactive Land Acquisition Strategy (Plas) programme.

The body strongly maintains such a move will expedite the current land reform process and also save government money in the process.