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National Policies
Sierra Leone
Western Africa

The Third Generation Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper is a cross-sectoral national strategic document of Sierra Leone in force during 2013-2018.

Reports & Research

An interesting research carried out by AgroParisTech Students, and researchers from AgroParisTech and Terres d’Europe-Scafr. The interventions during the AGTER thematic meeting were articulated around the following points: 1. Duality of Ukrainian agriculture: micro-farming and agribusiness 2. Economic and social performance of different models of agriculture, future perspectives 3.

National Policies
Western Asia

In order to combat desertification, mitigating collateral impacts and decreasing the concomitant poverty and land degradation, the Government of Jordan, represented by the Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with other governmental and non-governmental institutions, prepared this sectoral document named Aligned National Action Plan (NAP) to Combat Desertification in Jordan 2015-2020, beca

Peer-reviewed publication

Kenya is the most recent African state to acknowledge customary tenure as producing lawful property rights, not merely rights of occupation and use on government or public lands. This paper researches this new legal environment. This promises land security for 6 to 10 million Kenyans, most of who are members of pastoral or other poorer rural communities.

Journal Articles & Books

Negotiations to establish a set of Voluntary Guidelines on the human right to food, held under the auspices of FAO, were successfully completed in autumn 2004, with all 174 FAO member countries signing the final document. However, the negotiations proved to be far from straightforward, as many countries were anxious about the legally binding nature of the Guidelines.

Northern America

This Act provides for prospecting and development of areas that are considered and classified as underdeveloped. The Minister has the power to make agreements with companies or persons providing for the prospecting of underdeveloped areas and for planning and implementing their development.

Reports & Research

The Ethiopian government has committed egregious human rights abuses to make way for agricultural land investments, in direct violation of international law, said the Oakland Institute in a new briefing paper released in New Delhi today.