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Issues and options for institutional change for rural development, agriculture, and land reform

Ben Cousins

Issues and options for institutional change for rural development, agriculture, and land reform

by Ben Cousins

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Published by Land and Agriculture Policy Centre in [Johannesburg, South Africa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural development -- South Africa.,
    • Land reform -- South Africa.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Ben Cousins.
      SeriesPolicy paper / Land and Agriculture Policy Centre ;, 9, Policy paper (Land and Agriculture Policy Centre (South Africa)) ;, 9.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN801.Z9 C628 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL535761M
      LC Control Number96113505

      By diagnosing and analysing the dynamics of the agricultural systems in Vietnam from to , this study aims to provide decision‐makers with some sectorial and territorial policy options that are able to authorize the sustainable development of agriculture and rural society in . Agriculture and the environment - perspectives on sustainable rural development (English) Abstract. The World Bank has, over the past two years, revisited its rural development strategy and in turn developed a new one, through a renewed commitment to sound development in the rural sector, and seeks to encompass farmers and their communities alike, as.

      This book explores the theme of issues and challenges of inclusive development in the Indian context, contains vital takeaways for researchers, NGOs, corporate sector, and government decision-makers, and addresses a wide range of sectors, such as agriculture, industry, health, and gender. Institutional and Process Issues in Water Management Irrigation as a Tool of Rural Development Discussion Points for Chapter 6 7 Policies for Agricultural and Rural Finance The Role of Finance in Agricultural Development Policy Objectives for Rural Finance

      Rural Development Strategies Land Reform: •Distribute fertile land between small farmers and landless peasants •Compensate owners for loss of land •Provide supportive services to help increase production •Establish rural industries and jobs to curb R-U migration.   Agriculture is the mainstay of Ethiopian economy involving major source of employment and gross national product. By African, standard rural development programme has long history in Ethiopia. It has also enjoyed a considerable attention by the government. However, the expected level was not achieved. The main objective of this review is to indicate the policy gaps in terms of access.


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