FAO | 2013
The gender and equity implications of land-related investments on land access and labour and income-generating opportunities
A case study of selected agricultural Investments in LAO PDR
PDF Document: http://www.fao.org/docrep/017/aq293e/aq293e.pdf
A Case Study of Selected Agricultural Investments in Zambia
In recent years, Zambia has witnessed increased interest from private investors in acquiring land for agriculture. As elsewhere, large-scale land acquisitions are often accompanied with promises of capital investments to build infrastructure, bring new technologies and know-how, create employment, and improve market access, among other benefits. But agricultural investments create risks as well as opportunities, for instance...
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The Case Study of Integrated Tamale Fruit Company
In recent years, Ghana has witnessed increased interest from private companies in developing agricultural investments. This trend is common to many lower/middle income countries. It has translated in a surge in large-scale land acquisitions in many lower/middle income countries, including Ghana, but also in agribusiness ventures that source produce from local farmers. While much debate on agricultural investments has...
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A Case Study of Selected Agricultural Investments in Northern Tanzania
For early reports, see FAO's Corporate Document Repository: http://www.fao.org/documents/en/Gender%20and%20equity%20in%20rural%20societies/topicsearch/6