Sourcebook offers practical guidance on property rights and collective action for resource management | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

Effective cooperation and secure property rights play key roles in improving agricultural productivity, food security, and rural livelihoods. They can also help to ensure that resources are available to meet future needs. All too often, however, their application evades the communities who stand to benefit most. A new book sets out to provide practical guidance that local groups and development agencies can use in enabling marginalized people to effectively and sustainably access and manage the farmland, forests, and water on which they rely.

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