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  1. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    juin, 2015

    Some of the factors that have been attributed to the global increase of Foreign Land Deals-FLDs include the three F's (food, fuel and finance) crises, and among others. However, most of the empirical evidences stem from the assessment of a broad set of countries. An analysis on the main determinants across host communities within a country presents specificity and closer reality. This study contributes by examining the community factors that could exert significant influence on determining whether or not a community receives FLDs in East African Community (EAC), focusing on Uganda.

  2. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 1996

    The relationship between land ownership and the sustainable use of natural resources is examined within the context of constitutional change in Africa. Using Kenya as an example, it is demonstrated that current constitutional arrangements put excessive emphasis on the protection of private property rights without requiring the corresponding duty of ecological stewardship. This has resulted in the failure of government policies and development practices to fully integrate environmental considerations into growth strategies.

  3. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2009

    The elements of Land Administration in Kenya are very fragmented and independently operated
    within the Ministry of Lands. During institutional reform there is opportunity to provide a much
    more integrated Land Administration service to the citizens, especially at the district level
    through the formation of ‘one-stop-shops’, through the integration and rationalization of the
    existing land administration and land rights delivery systems.
    This project report highlights the benefits offered through the application of GIS in management

  4. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2013

    The urban rural duality in the land administration policy in Kenya tends to create two land use development control models and, further, such policy results in two separate land transaction costs. In a situation where land values in the two locations may not vary significantly, such a variation in land transaction costs would lead to land speculation in the less costly zone. It is postulated in this paper that there would be no significant variations inland sale value/ land purchase price in the areas of Eastlands within the

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