Land Governance in Southern Africa: Synthesis report

Charl-Thom Bayer, Stig Enemark, Michael Kirk

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This publication presents a synthesis of the project on “Land Governance in
Southern Africa”. The project stems from the NELGA (Network of Excellence on
Land Governance in Africa) Initiative on promoting demand driven research on
land policy issues and connecting scholars and researchers across Africa through
academic networks. NELGA is established by the African Land Policy Centre (ALPC)
in cooperation with Germany, World Bank and other partners. This project is
conducted by the NELGA node for the Southern Africa region established 2017 at
the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), Department of Land
and Property Science (DPLS), Windhoek, Namibia.
The project focuses on a land governance scoping study on the Southern Africa
region. Each country team, formed by the NELGA partner institutions within the
ten countries, develops a report with description and assessment of the national
land governance issues. The reports follows a common template describing the
land governance issues and identifying the key challenges. The reports, thereby,
enables comparison between the countries as well as learning form best practice.
This should facilitate further research collaboration and innovation towards
meeting the key challenges faced by the countries and within the region as a
UdgivelsesstedNamibia University of Science and Technology
ForlagNUST-NELGA Hub for Southern Africa
Antal sider63
ISBN (Trykt)978-99916-903-1-5
ISBN (Elektronisk) 978-99916-903-2-2
Rekvirerende organisationNetwork of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa
StatusUdgivet - dec. 2019
BegivenhedLand Governanc in Southern Africa - Namibia University of Science and Technology, , Windhoek, Namibia
Varighed: 3 sep. 20194 sep. 2019


KonferenceLand Governanc in Southern Africa
LokationNamibia University of Science and Technology
By, Windhoek


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