Aminata Fabba of MALOA talks about the struggles of the women in Malen to get their lands back from the SOCFIN agribusiness company to a gathering of villagers in Mamanka, Bureh Chiefdom, Port Loko, Sierra Leone, as Aminata Massaquoi of Culture Radio records her testimony, 20 February 2019 (Photo: GRAIN)

Land grab protest in Senegal, 2012. Photo: Ndimby Andriantsoavina

This Feb. 26, 2015 photo, shows the remains of trunks and stumps from old forests that were cut down to make way for a rubber plantation operated by Socfin-KCD, a European-Cambodian joint venture, near Bousra commune, Mondulkiri province, in eastern Cambodia. The indigenous Bunong who live in the area called the land “meh ne,” or mother - a source of food, livelihoods and self-identity. (AP Photo/Heng Sinith) (Heng Sinith)

The Divest rally was a part of a three-day campaign called “Land Under Siege.” Photo: Grace Z. Li

Students gather in front of the Smith Campus Center to protest Harvard's investments in Brazilian and Californian farmland. Photo: Grace Z. Li

A Bunong ethnic community from Mondulkiri hold a press conference on Tuesday over their land dispute with a French firm. Photo: Heng Chivoan

Kop Let, centre, de l'ethnie indigène Bunong, s'exprime lors d'un entretien avec The Associated Press dans la commune de Bousra, province de Mondulkiri, Cambodge oriental. (Photo: AP)

Dans le documentaire étaient notamment mises en cause plusieurs séquences consacrées aux activités de la Socapalm, société qui produit de l'huile de palme au Cameroun et dont M. Bolloré est actionnaire.

Que ce soit Senhuile ou tout autre entreprise étrangère qui aurait pris la relève après l’échec reconnu des premiers producteurs italiens qui se sont lancés dans l’aventure, toutes ont échoué  car le projet n’a rien changé ni apporté comme avancées notoires pour les populations du Djaël.

Insight Investment's farmland investment strategy targets specific countries

FarrmCompany, which owns 5 farms in Denmark covering 1,605 ha, is majority owned by David John Hughes, a former oil trader and director and principal shareholder of London Rugby League Limited.

A truck loaded with palm oil fruits is pictured in the village where Jakelin, a 7-year-old girl who died in U.S. custody, used to live in San Antonio Secortez, municipality of Raxruha, Guatemala (Photo: Reuters/Josue Decavele)

Sign reading: Cursed are all fences for stopping us living and loving. (Photo: Mariel Mitsu)

A 3,552 ha land concession in XiengKhuang province will be granted to Lao-Jagro Development XiengKhuang Co, a company 51% owned by the Vietnamese dairy company Vinamilk.

Nasako Besingi at a meeting with communities affected by oil palm plantations in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, August 2017 (Photo: SILNORF)

Greenpeace Afrique et des artistes camerounais lancent une campagne contre l’accaparement des terres

On a former cattle ranch in California's Cuyama Valley, Harvard drilled a dozen water wells and planted a vineyard. Its green vines contrast with the dry fields around it. (Photo: RUSSELL GOLD/THE WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Malen Landowners' Association (MALOA) Chairlady Hannah Deen at a protest in October 2017.

Une femme prépare l’huile de palme utilisée pour la consommation alimentaire et la production de savon à Kisangani, en RDC. (Photo : MONUSCO/Abel Kavanagh)

Some of the former workers of Karuturi flower farm protest outside the offices of the institution which has since been closed down demanding their dues totaling over Sh200m. Over 2,500 workers were laid off after the Naivasha based farm was put under receivership due to a debt it owes CFC Bank.

Ny filoha teo aloha Marc Ravalomanana sy ireo solontenan’ny Daewoo Logistics, teny amin’ny Lapam-panjakana ao Iavoloha, ny volana Oktobra 2008

Italian delegation visiting Zambezi Ranching & Cropping Limited, which "owns 30,000 hectares, 6,000 of which are cultivated and 2,000 of which are also irrigated." (Photo: Horti Daily)

Harvard’s vineyard in Santa Barbara County, California. (Photo: Michael McDonald/Bloomberg)

Esther Beegbon sits underneath a thatched hut in Don Town, Kanweh Clan in Kahnkaye Chiefdom

Martine Mbongo, exploitante agricole : « Si la SOCAPALM prend tout ça. Pas de place pour les maniocs comme vous les voyez, pas les ignames, comme les pistaches. Rien... Je croise les bras. C’est pour aller voler chez qui ?  »