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4. WHY LAND TENURE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN DESIGN OF PROJECTS

4. WHY LAND TENURE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN DESIGN OF PROJECTS. 4.1 Projects to promote rural development often have land tenure implications. In some cases, the design of a project may include improvements to land tenure arrangements in order to support its development goals.

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Institutions, organisations and the urban built

Land tenure, land markets and institutional transformation in Zambia Who gets what, where, why and how: a critical look at the housing subsidies in Zambia Sanyal, B.

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Land Administration in Zambia: the Need for an Effective

The need for an effective customary land administration in Zambia 38 CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS M., Feeney, P. and Palmer, R. 1998 Report on land tenure insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt, Oxfam GB, Oxford. 2 Northern Rhodesia is now the present day Zambia. Sichone F 2003. Land Administration in Zambia

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USAID COUNTRY PROFILE LandLinks was created by

ZAMBIALAND TENURE AND PROPERY RIGHTS PROFILE 1 USAID COUNTRY PROFILE PROPERTY RIGHTS AND RESOURCE GOVERNANCE ZAMBIA OVERVIEW Zambia is a heavily rural lowe country with widespread poverty.

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Gendered Incidence and Impacts of Tenure Insecurity on

An analysis of the determinants and effects of smallholder land titling in Zambia. Report of the land use survey of tobacco estates in Malawi, 1996. Causes and consequences of perceived land tenure insecurity: Survey evidence from Burkina Faso.

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Building Sustainable Peace Prosperity through Women's

Table of Contents I. Executive Summary. 3. II. Introduction. 6. III. Methodology. 7. IV. Land Tenure in Africa. 7. V. Land Insecurity in Zambia. 8. VI. Women and Land

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The Challenges of Customary Land Tenure in Zambia

The Challenges of Customary Land Tenure in Zambia Shaping the Change XXIII FIG Congress Munich, Germany, October 8 13, 2006 The Challenges of Customary Land Tenure in Zambia Shaping the Change XXIII FIG Congress Munich, Germany, October 8 13, 2006 customary lands brings about insecurity because rights are not recognized and protected by

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A comparison of customary and leasehold tenure

The land tenure system in State land is based on the principles of English land law, whereas in the reserves and trust land, customary land tenure applies. In 29 years of independence, the land tenure system on State land has undergone reforms, but it still retains the basic characteristics of English land

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OXFAM GB COMMUNIQUÉ LAND TENURE INSECURITY ON

1 OXFAM GB COMMUNIQUÉ LAND TENURE INSECURITY ON THE ZAMBIAN COPPERBELT 3 December 1998 A Report on Land Tenure Insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt was released at a workshop at Andrews Motel in Lusaka on 3 December. Among the speakers was the Deputy Minister of Lands, the Honourable Gilbert

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Climate Smart Agriculture and Land Tenure Agrilinks

Climate Smart Agriculture and Land Tenure. Agrilinks Team. June 6, 2016. In Zambia, USAID is currently testing the effectiveness of registering customary land and improving access to quality extension services on the adoption of agroforestry and other CSA practices. Addressing land tenure insecurity will play an important role in

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LAND TENURE in ZAMBIA Bastiaan Van Loenen Academia.edu

Bingham, M.G.,1993, Land Tenure in Zambia, pp1 7. Boersma, Saskia, 1998, Establishment of a digital database based on photogrammetric and remote sensing data: report of practical training in the period from April 15 until July 14 at University of Zambia, Department of Surveying in Lusaka.

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Land tenure insecurity, vulnerability to climate induced

Land tenure is an important variable impacting on vulnerability to climate related disaster. Land tenure insecurity is widespread in southern Africa and manifests itself in a number of ways that

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Women and Land Tenure Rights in Southern Africa: A human

Women and Land Tenure Rights in Southern Africa: A human rights based approach Prepared by land in both customary and statutory land tenure systems. Zambia areas, implying that overall more women than men experience land tenure insecurity due to .

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OHCHR Study on Security of Tenure and Informal Settlements

BACKGROUND: STUDY ON SECURITY OF TENURE 2012 2013 First report, consultations and responses to Questionnaire . Security of tenure is aponent of the right to adequate housing.

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Dimuna Phiri University of South Africa Academia.edu

While common responses by the Zambian government to address large scale land acquisitions has framed impacts as development induced displacement, this paper instead argues that responses to such land deals, particularly policy responses, must address the underlying issue of land tenure insecurity in order to produce a pro poore for

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SARPN activities

Tenure security, livelihoods and sustainable land use in Southern Africa, unpublished paper presented at the Conference on Land Reform and Poverty Alleviation in Southern Africa, convened by the Southern African Regional Poverty Network, Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, 4 5 June.

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LAND TENURE in ZAMBIA Bastiaan Van Loenen Academia.edu

Bingham, M.G.,1993, Land Tenure in Zambia, pp1 7. Boersma, Saskia, 1998, Establishment of a digital database based on photogrammetric and remote sensing data: report of practical training in the period from April 15 until July 14 at University of Zambia, Department of Surveying in Lusaka.

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Report on Land Tenure Insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt

Research on land tenure insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt in the context of the privatisation of the minesmissioned by Oxfam, and was carried out in August 1998 and the final report written in November 1998.

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Adoption of sustainable agricultural practices and food

The Food Consumption Score was higher for households with statutory land tenure, with a value of 33.62, than for households with customary land tenure, with 20.26 . Similarly, the mean score of the Household Hunger Scale was 0.91 among households with statutory tenure, which is lower than that of households with customary ownership, at 1.76.

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Perceptions of Customary Land Tenure Security in Western

very cause of tenure insecurity on customary land, for example, people fear that their customary land can be expropriated by government and allocated to private investors at any time Chileshe, 2005. It thereforees Land , , , Zambia,, , . . ,

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THE STATE OF FOOD INSECURITY IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA

THE STATE OF FOOD INSECURITY IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA 2013. The State of Food Insecurity in Lusaka, Zambia. AFSUN Food Security Series, 19. THE STATE OF FOOD INSECURITY IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA AFRICAN FOOD SECURITY URBAN NETWORK AFSUN AFRICAN FOOD SECURITY URBAN NETWORK AFSUN report focuses on the situation of poor urban households in Lusaka

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Land and Food Security World Bank

Jan 22, 2014· In Bolivia, the Bank helped update the 1952 land reform law, establish a new tenure regime for indigenous people, and modernize the land administration system. As a result, 2.8 million hectares of land were surveyed and titled of these, 588,000 hectares were for indigenous peoples communal territories.

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Land tenure reform in Africa: a shift to the defensive

Land tenure reform has been advocated as an instrument of development in sub Saharan Africa since before Independence, based on a neoclassical economic model promising greater agricultural productivity as a result of titling. This in turn, it was suggested, would promote land investments, credit supply and efficient land markets. Titling policies were justified in the 1980s by evidence from

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Land Tenure Dynamics in Peri Urban Zambia

This brief presents recent illustrations based on news media accounts of customary and state institutional overlap, planning and service delivery gaps, conversion of customary to leasehold land tenure, risks to public lands, and an inadequate land information system each of which contributes to peri urban tenure insecurity.

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Land United Nations

5.0 LAND In Zambia, land has since time immemorial been held under customary tenure, until the 1960s when freehold and leasehold tenure systems were introduced.

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Land tenure insecurity, vulnerability to climate induced

Land tenure insecurity is widespread in southern Africa and manifests itself in a number of ways that accentuate vulnerability to climate change impacts. Insecure tenure is seen

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Land tenure policy and practice in Zambia: issues relating

Land Tenure Policy and Practice in Zambia draft, January 2003 1 Land tenure policy and practice in Zambia: Issues relating to the development of the agricultural sector

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Customary Land Reform to Facilitate Private Investment in

Customary Land Reform to Facilitate Private Investment in Zambia: Achievements, Potential and Limitations. Authors Authors and affiliations Report on land tenure insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt. Oxford: Oxfam GB. Google Scholar. Modernisation of land tenure in Zambia: Focus on the privatisation of customary land rights. PhD

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EISA Zambia: Emergence of the mixed economy and the one

Zambia: Emergence of the mixed economy and the one party state 1964 1974 Updated January 2006. Zambia became independent on October 24, 1964, withh Kaunda as its first president US State Department 2005, Columbia Encyclopaedia 2005.

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Land Conservation and Food Security Threats in Southern

jectives of this study are to quantify the differential impacts of land tenure regimes on incidence of land practices in agricultural productivity, to establish the prevalence of food insecurity using the food consumption score indicator and to determine factors that influ

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E3/Land United States Agency for International Development

food insecurity by 36 In Nicaragua, after land titling, there were countries with active USAID land tenure programs 215 Millionmitted to those programs In Zambia, USAID is working with four chiefs and a local NGO to clarify,

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An Integrated Approach to Rural Planning and Development

the land in Zambia is rural land. The debate on land tenure has brought to the fore the question of physical and socio economic development in rural areas as majority of the rural areas fall under customary land.

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Environmental and Gender Impacts of Land Tenure

Rwanda's completion, in 2012/13, of a land tenure regularization program covering the entire country allows the use of administrative data to describe initial performancebine the data with household surveys to quantify to what extent and why subsequent transfers remain informal, and

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PROJECT BRIEF TENURE AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

land disputes, leading to tenure insecurity. Pockets of land scarcity are occurring in areas where there is market access and infrastructure, where chiefdoms

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An Integrated Approach to Rural Planning and Development

the land in Zambia is rural land. The debate on land tenure has brought to the fore the question of physical and socio economic development in rural areas as majority of the rural areas fall under customary land.

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Land Conservation and Food Security Threats in Southern

vTo establish the prevalence of food insecurity and to Southern Zambia: A Land Tenure Dimension RESULTS Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Tropical Agrisciences Figure 1. Adoption of practices vSignificant determinants of food security

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LAND ADMINISTRATION IN ZAMBIA: THE NEED FOR AN

Land Administration in Zambia with particular reference to customary Land: Paper presented at aanized by the Zambia Land Alliance, University of Zambia Senate Chamber, 28th June, 2008, Lusaka. 51 Supra 16 consent on the chief and the local authority in the area where the land is situated 52.This arrangement has essentially afforded

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ZAMBIA CUSTOMARY LAND DOCUMENTATION TENURE

In Zambia, the task order pilots tenure interventions that strengthen land rights as an enabling condition for the promotion and adoption of climate smart land use practices through work in the Chipata and Petauke Districts of Zambias Eastern Province.

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LandLinks LandLinks was created by E3/Land, a USAID

LandLinks was created by E3/Land, a USAID Office dedicated to improving land and resource governance and strengthening property rights

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Brief: Custom, Law and Women's Land Rights in Zambia

By Peter Veit. Introduction. Most women in Zambia do not enjoy the same land rights as men. Zambias Lands Act provides support for women who hold statutory land, but the law does not apply to customary land.

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Land Conservation and Food Security Threats in Southern

jectives of this study are to quantify the differential impacts of land tenure regimes on incidence of land practices in agricultural productivity, to establish the prevalence of food insecurity using the food consumption score indicator and to determine factors that influ

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The need for greater transparencypanies

The need for greater transparencypanies worldwide. 2 Land Tenure Rights ABOUT GRI on how they can report their land related impacts and performance, based on the GRI G4 Guidelines, together withmendations address land tenure issues, their performance and

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VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCE OF RURAL SOCIETY IN

1.0 INTRODUCTION This paper attempts to discuss the issues of vulnerability and resilience of rural society in Zambia in the context of land tenure and food security, from a historical perspective.

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Property rights, food security and child growth: Dynamics

In Zambia, large parts of land are under customary tenure Alden Wily, 2000. Historically, customary landprised most resources on a given territory. Historically, customary landprised most resources on a given territory.

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Land United Nations

5.0 LAND In Zambia, land has since time immemorial been held under customary tenure, until the 1960s when freehold and leasehold tenure systems were introduced.

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LAND TENURE SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

The technical publication describes the major sources of land tenure insecurity in six selected countries: Lesotho, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique and South Africa. Findings of this study reveal that land tenure insecurity is still experienced in Southern Africa.

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Land Administration in Zambia: the Need for an Effective

The need for an effective customary land administration in Zambia 38 CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS M., Feeney, P. and Palmer, R. 1998 Report on land tenure insecurity on the Zambian Copperbelt, Oxfam GB, Oxford. 2 Northern Rhodesia is now the present day Zambia. Sichone F 2003. Land Administration in Zambia

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LAND TENURE SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

The technical publication describes the major sources of land tenure insecurity in six selected countries: Lesotho, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique and South Africa. Findings of this study reveal that land tenure insecurity is still experienced in Southern Africa.

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OXFAM GB IN ZAMBIA REPORT ON LAND TENURE INSECURITY

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following locations: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/v external link http

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PROJECT BRIEF TENURE AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

land disputes, leading to tenure insecurity. Pockets of land scarcity are occurring in areas where there is market access and infrastructure, where chiefdoms

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UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA

UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA OFFICE FOR SOUTHERN AFRICA ECA/SA/EGM.Land/2003/3 1 3 October 2003 Lusaka, Zambia REPORT OF THE AD HOC EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON LAND TENURE SYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA Of the issues highlighted above, land tenure insecurity has been caused

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Tenure Insecurity and Investment in Soil Conservation

While tenure insecurity is expected to decrease investment, investment itself could lead to higher tenure security if it can be claimed by the land user Besley, 1995. Which mechanism prevails depends on the type of investment and on the nature of tenure insecurity.

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