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Biblioteca Policies for improved land management in Uganda

Policies for improved land management in Uganda

Policies for improved land management in Uganda
Second National Workshop

Resource information

Date of publication
Dezembro 2002
Resource Language
ISBN / Resource ID
IFPRI-p15738coll2-125157
Pages
145 pages

Contents: Welcome And Introduction; Opening of the Workshop; Policies for Improved Land Management in Uganda: Project Objectives, Activities, and Opportunities; Summary of Main Themes and Key Findings; Development Pathways and Land Management in Uganda: Causes and Implications; A Spatially Based Strategic Planning Framework for Sustainable Land Use in Uganda; Alternative Growth Scenarios for Ugandan Coffee to 2020; Potentials And Constraints to Coffee Development: Aiding the Coffee Replanting Program; The Relationship Between Socio-Economic Characterisitics of Maize Farmers and Household Food Security in Eastern Uganda; Land Management Problems and Potentials in the Lakeshore Intensive Banana-Coffee Farming System; A Review of Land Use Change and Soil Degradation in the Southwestern Highlands of Uganda; Ugandan Crop Market Development: Characteristics, Constraints and Opportunities; Dynamics of Maize Market Integration in Post-Liberalized Uganda; Information Asymmetry Among Output Traders, Processors and Farmers in Uganda; Determinants and Implications of Development Pathways and Land Management in Uganda; Soil Conservation Practices and Non-Agricultural Activites in the Southwestern Highlands of Uganda; Common Property and Collective Action in Natural Resource Management: The Case of Doho Rice Scheme in Tororo District, Eastern Uganda; Motivating Smallholder Investments in Sustainable Land Management: Emerging Roles For NGOs and CBOs in Uganda; Soil Organic Matter and Its Relationship to Soil Fertility Changes in Uganda; Determinants of Nutrient Balances In Maize Plots In Eastern Uganda; The Potential Benefit of Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens) And N Fertilisers in Maize Production on Contrasting Soils in Uganda; Modelling Approach to Identify Sustainable Land Management Techniques on Erosion-Affected Slopes; Technologies for Improved Livelihood in Southwestern Uganda; Land Management and Technology Adoption in Uganda: An Integrated Bio-Economic Modeling Approach; Modeling Policy Impacts Using an Agriculture-Focused Cge Model; Appendix A: Workshop Agenda; Appendix B: List of Participants

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Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s)

Nkonya, Ephraim, ed.; Sserunkuuma, Dick, ed.; Pender L., John, ed.