Publication / 26 October 2015

Governance, agricultural development, nature conservation and land and water distribution in Africa

In this report, Both ENDS and co-authors analyse the effects of large scale agricultural development and natural resource management schemes in Sub-Sahara Africa in a context of land and water governance. The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency PBL(Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving) commissioned Both ENDS to coordinate the research leading to a synthesis report and nine case studies – in five countries, namely: Kenya, Liberia, Tanzania, Cameroon and Uganda - conducted by scientists and experts affiliated with NGOs working in the region. Based on these case studies, the synthesis report aims to answer the question which strategies do African local and national governments, international and local companies, and civil society organizations apply in distributing and trading land and water?  

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