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Land Tenure in Development Cooperation. Guiding Principles


Land tenure issues are becoming increasingly important worldwide. Problems such as high population pressure, increases in resource degradation, food shortages, transformations of political systems and regional and supra-regional resource conflicts have brought the land issue to the public's attention.
Land tenure and land tenure systems are of fundamental importance for efficient agricultural production, stemming poverty and conflicts and attaining social equity. Thus, they are essential for securing enduring, self-supporting and sustainable development. Thus, ‘good governance’, participation, rule of law, certainty of the law, and access to productive resources, are (once again) of key importance for policy formulation and development cooperation.
These ‘guiding principles’ of "Land Tenure in Development Cooperation" are intended to be a contribution for applying German development cooperation options more effectively.

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