Skip navigation
Journal article

Africa's land and resources have diminished in the wake of the continent's ever-expanding human population, while the power of nationalism and tribalism has not. The tension between the have-nots seeking control over scant resources and their cultural identities has been the catalyst for violence from Northern to Southern Africa.

0
4
0
0
Journal article

Africa's land and resources have diminished in the wake of the continent's ever-expanding human population, while the power of nationalism and tribalism has not. The tension between the have-nots seeking control over scant resources and their cultural identities has been the catalyst for violence from Northern to Southern Africa.

0
4
0
0
Journal article

Africa's land and resources have diminished in the wake of the continent's ever-expanding human population, while the power of nationalism and tribalism has not. The tension between the have-nots seeking control over scant resources and their cultural identities has been the catalyst for violence from Northern to Southern Africa.

0
4
0
0
Journal article

Africa's land and resources have diminished in the wake of the continent's ever-expanding human population, while the power of nationalism and tribalism has not. The tension between the have-nots seeking control over scant resources and their cultural identities has been the catalyst for violence from Northern to Southern Africa.

0
3
0
0
Journal article
2017
Taylor & Francis Group

In rural Mozambique, as in other African countries, large-scale land acquisitions are on the rise. This process is usually portrayed by host governments and investors as comprising win-win deals that can simultaneously boost agricultural productivity and combat poverty. This article focuses on one such investment, a large-scale Chinese land acquisition in the lower...

0
9
0
0
Journal article
2017
Cambridge University Press

Rising competition and conflict over land in rural sub-Saharan Africa continues to attract the attention of researchers. Recent work has especially focused on land governance, post-conflict restructuring of tenure relations, and large-scale land acquisitions. A less researched topic as of late, though one deserving of greater consideration, pertains to how social d...

0
10
0
0
Report
2019
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Research Unit

Over the last 15 years, Ethiopia has seen remarkable economic growth. The agricultural sector is part of this growth, but its proportional contribution to the overall economy has gone down. There is an urgent need to transform Ethiopian agriculture, not least when it comes to the inefficient land laws that impede young people from investing in farmland. This policy...

0
34
0
0
Journal article

As the land adjudication and consolidation programme made progress in the Kikuyu Land Unit in the middle of the nineteen-fifties, it became clear that the traditional system of land tenure would have to be replaced by a system based on the registration of individual titles. Customary law was seen as an obstacle to agricultural development. Customary rules of inheri...

0
4
0
0
Book/Monograph
2011
International Institute for Environment and Development (iied)
0
4
0
0
Publications & Research :: Brief
World Bank, Washington, DC
0
31
0
0