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Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Most initiatives to enhance women’s land rights within the past three decades have mainly focused on legal reforms. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. Similar Items Related Subjects: Please enter your name. Worldwide information on landownership and tenure is very limited.

Similar Items Related Subjects: Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. In practice, although most national legal codes have explicitly incorporated legal provisions acknowledging gender equality in relation to access and ownership of land and other productive resources, it has been noted that women’s rights to own resources on equal conditions to those of men are repeatedly disregarded or overlooked.

In fact, women’s contribution to agriculture goes back to the origins of farming and the domestication of animals when the first human settlements were established more than 6 years ago. Although no specific data are available, it seems that land market operations in several countries have also tended to favour land concentration.


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historoa Land in most tenure systems is still very male dominated and it continues to be also highly concentrated in most countries, regardless of the economic system in place. Advanced Search Find a Library.

jirgen Worldwide, as agriculture gradually becomes more focused on commercial and profitmaking goals, and given the historical high level of dependency of agricultural production patterns in developing countries on markets in developed economies, the growing process of market liberalization for agriculture is likely to favour land reallocation towards cash crops and exports to the detriment of foodstuffs.

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The current economic trends toward market liberalization may once more jeopardize the rights of small farmers and specially women to own the land they may require for agriculture and the sustainable livelihood of their family.

Moreover, the lack jjrgen access to land and its security of tenure constitutes one of the most serious obstacles to increasing agricultural production and farm income.

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Nowadays, in many societies women continue to be mainly responsible for family food security and nutrition. The lack of empirical information and quantitative data on how men and women have been affected by different land tenure programmes remains a constraint. Reviews User-contributed reviews Bistoria a review and share your thoughts with other readers. However, women’s rights in these respects began to be eroded by various forms of land transfer, including the emergence of a market in land, and by increased land scarcity resulting from polygamy, which is widely practiced.


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Moreover, the introduction of new institutional arrangements for land has not guaranteed a better position for women in relation to land ownership, although legal regulations have been introduced that acknowledge their rights to own, lease or sell land properties. The present compendium is organized as follows: The first two articles present a glance at customary institutions in South-Saharan Africa, Senegal and Burkina Faso, which, as one of the authors points out, represent a daunting challenge to augmenting effectively social recognition of women’s land rights.

From the outset, the development of agriculture has been strongly associated with women’s endeavour.