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Land tenure and management in a developing country

W. L. Dickson

Land tenure and management in a developing country

the case of Botswana, 1966-1985

by W. L. Dickson

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Published by National Institute of Development Research and Documentation, University of Botswana in Gaborone .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Botswana
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Botswana -- Case studies.,
    • Land use, Rural -- Government policy -- Botswana -- Case studies.,
    • Rural development -- Botswana -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby W.L. Dickson.
      SeriesWorking paper ;, no. 54, Working paper (National Institute of Development Research & Documentation (Botswana)) ;, no. 54.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD996 .D53 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination116 p. ;
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1391989M
      ISBN 109991220143
      LC Control Number92981384
      OCLC/WorldCa24332681

        TENURE RESPONSIVE LAND USE PLANNING | This project involves the development of a land use planning implementation guide that is responsive to the tenure security needs of developing This paper summarizes and extends the results of seven-country projects conducted in Ghana, Uganda, Malawi, Sumatra (Indonesia), Vietnam, Nepal, and Japan on the land tenure institutions and the management of forest, agroforest, and cropland. It is found that traditional or customary land tenure institutions possess no built-in mechanisms to prevent ://

        This book approaches questions of land distribution, economics, urban planning and public policies in developing country cities. It is rich with statistical detail, and may provide interesting reading for an advanced level undergraduate course. Bhadra, Dipasis and Antonio Salazar P. Brandão.   Web view. An examination of natural resources management and interlinkages in relation to local environmental factors in developing countries. There are 4 main parts to the paper. The first of these, 'Significant resources and relationships for tree management and wood fuel use', considers the major technical factors which have to be considered in assessing the suitability of social forestry projects in

        3. WHAT IS LAND TENURE Land tenure. Land tenure is the relationship, whether legally or customarily defined, among people, as individuals or groups, with respect to land. (For convenience, “land” is used here to include other natural resources such as water and trees.) Land tenure is an institution, i.e., rules invented by societies to This makes land-use planning and land tenure security pertinent issues for developing countries, where land tenure security will always be a defining feature of socioeconomic improvements. Though land-use planning and tenure security are equally important and interlinked issues, very often they are addressed separately in planning and


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11,No./87 $ + Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Journals Ltd. The Evolution of Concepts of Urban Land Tenure in Developing Countries* WILLIAM A. DOEBELE+ Harvard University, USA INTRODUCTION The problem of adequate land for the urban poor in developing countries is bleaker today than it was 25 years ago, and almost Case studies in developing countries usually estimate that between 20 and 90% of a city’s population live in informal or illegal settlements.

These figures are debatable, given the criteria for defining slums (UN-Habitat, ). Still, they suggest the magnitude of the problem and its alarming dynamics. Keywords Land Tenure   Each country has its own system, but this book is primarily about how to organize successful the four main functions of land management: land tenure, land value, land use, and land development.

If the organizations and institutions respon- overarching theme is developing land administration capacity to manage change. For many countries   1. tenure security and land reform 2 the search for tenure security in africa 2 gaining access to land in a context of legal pluralism 2 the debate over land titling and registration 2 a new wave of land tenure reforms 5 learning lessons from experience 7 2.

changing land distribution: redistribution and restitution Land reform is generally accepted to mean restitution, 1 redistribution2 and/or confirmation of rights in land to the benefit of the poor or dispossessed.3 Land reform is therefore more than a mere land claim–driven process where ancestral land is claimed back by people who were dispossessed.

It includes a land. Get this from a library. Holding their ground: secure land tenure for the urban poor in developing countries. [Alain Durand-Lasserve; Lauren Royston;] -- Security of land tenure for the urban poor is now a major problem for developing cities in Africa Asia and Latin America.

This book presents and analyzes the main conclusions of a comparative Security of land tenure for the urban poor is a major problem for developing cities in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

This book presents and analyzes the conclusions of a research programme on land   The present volume is part of a series of Land Tenure Studies produced by FAO’s Land Tenure and Management Unit of the Land and Water Division.

Land tenure arrangements are a key to food security and sustainable rural development. Equitable and secure access to land In dryland Africa, access to land and water resources are central to pastoral livelihood activities.

Policy intervention in these regions represents the outcome of concerted post-independence processes in which countries have committed to land tenure transformation as a policy objective.

This was meant to create private, liberal property rights to replace communal customary tenure systems This book describes the pattern of land tenure and resulting social structure in the Ceylonese village of Madagama.

It analyses the system in detail, and traces the evolution of every land holding and the correlated kinship pattern from the inception of the estate in The traditional cultivation and economy has been modified by land shortage, causing the multiple division of shares, and by Examples of land tenure in a sentence, how to use it.

91 examples: Many women did not have access to land through the land tenure system. - As we The land tenure system of the country is the complex outcome of hybrid legal orders that stratified over the centuries.

In particular, the role of traditional authorities, i.e. chiefs, in land management is still prominent as the 94% of land is officially classified as “customary.” Combining rand_use pranning and tenure security: A tenure responsive rand-use pranning approach for developing countrres.

lournilof EnvironmentalPlanning and Management Jan. Goal: This project, funded by the Global Land Tool Network (with support from GIZ and TU Munich) has already synthesis and global reports on the tenure security situation in selected developing 1 day ago  This paper studies rural communities' land and labor choices under communal tenure.

I develop a theoretical framework to explain why rural communities   management ministries. Other stakeholders may also find it useful, particularly local-level authorities and the NGO community. Being mainly addressed to a very specific group of countries – the Eurasian transition economies, this overview, however, may be of interest to policy-makers in any developing