A study on the impact of governance on land reform in Zimbabwe.
The dissertation begins with a chapter which provides a background of land reform in Zimbabwe and a description of the key processes which preceded FTLRP and some detail on how FTLRP was undertaken.
The land reform programme can achieve its desired social, economic and political objectives if the redistribution exercise is planned properly. The major challenge for the current land policy is to improve the credibility and efficacy of the government’s approach to land reform. (page number of print ed.: 45).
This dissertation discusses the issues of privatizing traditionally communal land in Kenya and South Africa, it’s impacts on the communities which live in these areas and it’s impacts on conservation efforts in the area. The study discusses these issues in relation to sustainable development of rural populations. The study focuses on the Maasai community in Kajiado district of South East.
In 2000, however, a Fast-Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) was initiated, resulting in the resettlement of most commercial land. This had well known socio-economic impacts, but to date little research has been conducted on the effects on wildlife and human-wildlife conflict.
Influence of post -Soviet land reform on the patterns of land use dynamics in Gauja National Park, Latvia by Taff, Gregory N., Ph.D. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2007: 194 pages; 3272570.
Land Reform Programme in Zimbabwe: Disparity Between Policy Design and Implementation Medicine Masiiwa Institute of Development Studies University of Zimbabwe May 2004 Note: An adapted version of this paper appears in the edited collection Post Independence Land Reform in Zimbabwe, published in May 2004 by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Harare.
Research Design and Dissertation in International Development. DV410 and MY410 together provide students a coordinated introduction to research design and a selection of research methods used in development research. The objective is to enable students to conduct independent research, to assess the methods used to generate evidence, and to critically assess the quality and validity of research.