5 edition of Land tenure and the small farmer in Asia found in the catalog.
Land tenure and the small farmer in Asia
Seminar on Adjustment of Small Farm Development and Land Tenure Systems in Asia (1982 Taipei, Taiwan)
by Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region in Taiwan, Republic of China
Written in English
|Statement||Seminar on Adjustment of Small Farm Development and Land Tenure Systems in Asia ; sponsored by the Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (F.F.T.C./A.S.P.A.C.) [and] the Council for Agricultural Planning and Development (C.A.P.D.) [and] the Land Reform Training Institute (L.R.T.I.) ; editor, Jan Bay-Petersen.|
|Series||FFTC book series ;, no. 24|
|Contributions||Bay-Petersen, Jan., Asian and Pacific Council. Food & Fertilizer Technology Center., Xing zheng yuan nong ye fa zhan wei yuan hui (China), Tu di gai ge xun lian suo (Taiwan)|
|LC Classifications||HD1339.A78 S46 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||84185676|
Focusing mainly on Asia, this article tracks a link between the collective, inalienable land‐tenure regimes currently associated with indigeneity and attempts to prevent piecemeal dispossession of small‐scale farmers through land sale and debt. Collective landholding is sometimes imposed by local groups on their own members as they act to defend their livelihoods and communities. Agrarian and land tenure transformation and provide superior breeding animals to targeted smallholder and subsistence farmers. In /20, government planned to finalise a register of farmers and agriculture statistics. the Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa was expected to focus on growing its loan book and in doing.
Land tenure arrangements in Africa are generally skewed in favour of males. Compared to males, female plot owners face complex sets of constraints and systemic high tenure insecurity which culminate in low yields. In order to obtain better returns, some females rent their plots to males, but risk losing the plots to their tenants. A model has been constructed to explain renting-out decisions. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kanel, Don. Creating opportunities for small farmers. Madison, Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin,
Land reform - Land reform - Types of reform: Whether it is called land reform or agrarian reform, the operational concept covers five main types of reform, classified according to whether they deal with land title and terms of holding, land distribution, the scale of operation, the pattern of cultivation, or supplementary measures such as credit, marketing, or extension services. The project will help improve land tenure security and access to infrastructure and agricultural and social services for landless and poor smallholders and indigenous communities in Cambodia. Providing sustainable and secure access to land and natural resources for small agricultural producers and rural communities is an integral part of the.
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