Insecure land tenure holds back post-conflict African societies, say experts

By Kayode Ogunbunmi | Wed, 26 Mar 2014 01:10 AM

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A lack of clear-cut and secure land rights means people from post-conflict African countries are prevented from getting the most out of the land they rely upon for their survival.

Experts at the World Bank conference on Land and Poverty said on Wednesday that overlapping formal and informal laws and differing views about the value of land hamper their efforts at ...

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