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Land Law Reform in Eastern Africa: Traditional or Transformative? by Patrick McAuslan

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Chapter 3

Two case studies from this era

 

 

1.1 Introduction

The approach discussed in the previous chapter set the scene for the commencement of a major push by the World Bank, UN agencies and donors from the 1990s onwards to encourage or at times require land reform in policies, practices, laws and institutions in Africa. Before this period is discussed however in Part II I want to turn to, and consider in a little more detail, the two major programmes of land management in the region that were and remain still of great influence in the development of policies and programmes of land reform in the region: Kenya's programme of land titling and Tanzania's programme of villagisation.

Despite the many criticisms made of the Kenyan programme of ...

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