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- DocumentEvidence on Demand, 2014Mozambique has experienced accelerated rates of growth over the past decade, averaging 7.2% per year, with projected growth rates of over 8%. However, this high growth rate has failed to translate into significant reductions in poverty and inequality has increased in almost all parts of the country.Document2014Understanding factors affecting farmers’ adoption of improved technologies is critical to success of conservation agriculture (CA) program implementation.DocumentEvidence on Demand, 2014Written by ODI's Anna Locke and Giles Henley, the guide provides a summary of the latest thinking around contemporary global land issues in developing countries.Document
The roles of land tenure reforms and land markets in the context of population growth and land use intensification in AfricaNorwegian University of Life Sciences, 2013This article provides a review of the past and potential future roles of land tenure reforms and land markets in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as responses to population growth in the process of land use intensification and livelihood transformation.DocumentEconomic and Private Sector PEAKS, 2013Across the world, low rates of land ownership remain as one of the most persistent signs of gender inequity. While many developing countries have adopted legislation to reinforce gender equality in property ownership, the actual de facto state of women’s right to land often remains unchanged.DocumentForest Peoples Programme, 2014Land that is possessed, occupied and used by communities according to ‘customary law’ is the most common system of land and resource ownership in Africa. Customary law is the framework of rights, rules and responsibilities based on community customs and practices, governing ownership and management of a community’s lands, territories and resources.DocumentFuture Agricultures Consortium, 2013Future Agricultures Working Paper 73Emmanuel Sulle and Fred NelsonDecember 2013DocumentFuture Agricultures Consortium, 2013CAADP Policy Brief 10by Kate Wellard-DyerDocumentAcademic Journals, 2013This research paper, published in the international Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, reports on a study of two community forests', Nomedjoh and Nkolenyeng, Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) projects located in south Cameroon.DocumentEvidence on Demand, 2013This reference list has been collated – as part of a HelpDesk enquiry that was undertaken by the Evidence on Demand team – to peer-review social and gender issues in a business case, relating to forests and climate change. Whilst not exhaustive, this list may act as a useful resource in the development of future business cases.