Our Land we Farm. An analysis of the Namibian Commercial Agricultural Land Reform Process | Land Portal

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Septiembre 2005
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Looks at land tax, land expropriation, foreign ownership, the National Resettlement Programme and the Affirmative Action Loan Scheme, case studies, and donor support in the land-reform process. Concludes with recommendations on expropriation, farm workers, sustainability of resettlement projects, gender issues, skills sharing and training.

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