An assessment of land deals undertaken by the National Oil Palm Project in Kalangala and Buvuma districts

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Tropenbos International | July 2019

An assessment of land deals undertaken by the National Oil Palm Project in Kalangala and Buvuma districts
 
Land as a key resource requires utmost attention to avert conflicts, especially with large agrarian projects like oil palm development. Gaps in implementing policy and Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) in the oil palm establishment and expansion are resulting in unprecedented land issues.
 
This policy brief summarizes detailed research on land conflicts in Kalangala and Buvuma islands and recommends steps to the main players to avert them.

View the policy brief (PDF)
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