Rural landless peasants at the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder, estimated by the World Bank at more than 600 million people, are unable to meet basic needs such as food, fuel, shelter, education, health care, and family planning.
The Dispossessed of the Earth : Land Reform and Sustainable Development.
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WorldWatch Institute, 1776 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036: 48 p. 2. 14 . cm, stiff paper cover, US$ 2. 1979.
Included is a description of the poor who are most affected, land productivity, and sustainable development.
This report discusses theoretical and political aspects of the need for more equitable land distribution. Included is a description of the poor who are most affected, land productivity, and sustainable development. Worldwatch Institute.
By (author) Erik P. Publication date 01 Jun 1979. Publisher Worldwatch Inst. ISBN13 9780916468293. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
In recent years, the development debate has increasingly focused on institutions and the legal .
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During the last decade, high concentration of land holdings continued in many developing .
Tenure reforms and parcelization of the erstwhile big landed estates of Asia and the Near East have resulted in wider diffusion of ownership; this has not only encouraged greater self-realization but also conferred the status of citizenship on those who were previously tenants, landless labourers or small farmers.