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Founded in Europe in October 2010, The European Scientific Journal (ESJ) is a venue for publishing scholarly works from across the globe. The ESJ actively solicits authors and reviewers from diverse countries and academic settings to reflect our international orientation.

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Conflits fonciers et problématique de développement rural dans la sous-préfecture de Mongo, région du Guéra (Tchad

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Octobre, 2018

Located in the Guéra region in central Chad, the Mongo Sub-Prefecture is the scene of recurring conflicts related to the occupation and exploitation of the land. While the phenomenon is neither new nor specific to this part of the country, the scale it has taken in recent years makes it a worrying subject. This land conflicts are driven by a multitude of actors with traditional authorities, agricultural producers and the urban elite at the center.