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Scaling Land Based Social Enterprises: Thought Guide

Manuals & Guidelines
July, 2014
United Kingdom

This publication explores what scaling ‘well’ means for social innovators. It is based on our research into how social innovations across a range of sectors have approached the challenge of scaling up. It supports our Scaling Land Based Social Enterprise : Decision Making Toolkit. This work was funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Improving Land Acquisition and Voluntary Land Conversion in Vietnam

June, 2014

Successive policies of the Government of
Vietnam for economic reform and modernization have helped
Vietnam to emerge as one of the world's fastest growing
economies. The report provides continued recommendations on
improving land policies to ensure efficiency of their
practical implementation and to target at both economic
development and social sustainability. Policies with regard
to voluntary benefits sharing, promoting the participation

Subdecree No. 196 on cutting and reclassifying 4,090.14 hectares from ELC in Pursat province

Regulations
June, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting land of 4,090.14 ha Kamreng village of Bomnok commune in Kra Kor district of Pursat province from economic land concession of Pheapimex; and Reclassifying 2,904.15 ha as state private land for granting donation of ownership to 895 families; Reserving 1,185.99 ha as state public land; and Granting rights to 2,336 private land parcels, 1 pagoda land, and 23 public land parcels.

Sub-decree No. 194 on cutting and reclassifying 3,325.28 hectares from ELC, forest cover in Pursat province

Regulations
May, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting a total land of 3,325.28 ha Khsatre Borei village of Santrer commune in Phnom Kravine district of Pursat province: 12.06 ha from Phnom Aoral Wildlife Sanctuary; 1,528.57 ha from economic land concession of Pheapimex; and 1,784.65 ha from 2002 Forest Cover; and Reclassifying 2,690.51 ha as state private land for granting donation of ownership to 878 families; Reserving 634.77 ha as state public land; and Granting rights to 2,741 private land parcels, 1 pagoda land, and 65 public land parcels.

Sub-decree No. 192 on cutting and reclassifying 1,718.32 hectares from ELC, Wildlife Sanctuary and forest cover in Pursat province

Regulations
May, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting a total land of 1,718.32 ha in Bomnok village of Cheutom commune in Kra Kor district of Pursat province: 415.91 ha from Phnom Aoral Wildlife Sanctuary; 1,275.68 ha from economic land concession of Pheapimex; and 26.73 ha from 2002 Forest Cover; Reclassifying 1,450.17 ha as state private land for granting donation of ownership to 844 families; Reserving 268.15 ha as state public land; and Granting rights to 981 private land parcels, 1 pagoda land, and 25 public land parcels.

Sub-decree No. 187 on Cutting and Reclassifying 2,639.6049 hectares of Forest Cover and ELC in Kampot province

Regulations
May, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting a total land of 2,639.6049 ha in Chey Senar village of Tarken commune in Chouk district of Kampot province: 2,608.6347 ha from 2002 Forest Cover, and 30.9702 ha from ELC of Camtree Corporation; Reclassifying 2,338.1353 ha as state private land for granting donation of ownership to 831 families; and Reserving 301.4696 ha as state public land.

Sub-decree No. 177 on Cutting , Reclassifying and Reserving 453.62 hectares of Wildlife Sanctuary and ELC in Uddor Meanchey Province.

Regulations
May, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting 453.62 ha in Cheuteal Chrum village of O Svay commune in Trapaeng Prasat district of Uddor Meanchey province: 302.46 ha from Kulen-Prumtep Wildlife Sanctuary, and 151.16 ha from ELC of Khun Sea Import Export; Reclassifying 440.46 ha as state private land for donating to 37 families; Reserving 13.16 ha for physical infrastructure development; and Granting ownership to 57 private land parcels.

Land Rights and Economic Development : Evidence from Vietnam

April, 2014

The authors examine the impact of land
reform in Vietnam which gives households the power to
exchange, transfer, lease, inherit, and mortgage their
land-use rights. The authors expect this change to increase
the incentives as well as the ability to undertake long-term
investments on the part of households. Their
difference-in-differences estimation strategy takes
advantage of the variation across provinces in the issuance

Sub-decree No. 166 on Cutting and Reclassifying 5,650.33 hectares of ELCs and Wildlife Sanctuary in Uddor Meanchey Province.

Regulations
April, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting 5,650.33 ha in Thnal Kaeng village of Trapaeng Prasat commune in Trapaeng Prasat district of Uddor Meanchey province: 2,667.07 ha from ELC of Nature Plantation, 1,332.95 ha from ELC of Best Royal, 866.72 ha from ELC of Tay Ninh Siem Reap Aphivath Caoutchouc, and 783.59 ha from Kulen-Prumtep Wildlife Sanctuary; Reclassifying 5,260.58 ha as state private land for donating to 1,086 families; Reserving 389.75 ha as state public land; and Granting ownership to 1,551 private land parcels and 1 public land parcel.

Sub-decree No. 165 on Cutting , Reclassifying and Reserving 48.73 hectares of ELC in Uddor Meanchey Province.

Regulations
April, 2014
Cambodia

Cutting 48.73 ha in Tarsom village of O Svay commune in Trapaeng Prasat district of Uddor Meanchey province from ELC of Khun Sea Import Export; Reclassifying 43.88 ha as state private land for donating to 12 families; Reserving 4.85 ha for physical infrastructure development; and Granting ownership to 12 private land parcels.