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Land is a very important resource for people’s development in any community in Tanzania.
We depend on land to produce food, where by over 80% of Tanzanians are employed on agricultural sector mainly depending on land in order to achieve their productivity.
According to Mwalimu Nyerere, Land is among the paramount requirement for people's to Development.
Despite of the fact that every individual has an interest to land either direct or indirect, many people residing in Malolo ward does not know the legal aspects under which they own or they can own land, that has been a challenge for the community in using land for economic development especially in rural areas.
The author of this work conducted this project in Malolo ward within Tabora Municipality after conducting a participatory Community Needs Assessments in Malolo ward.
The main purpose of this work is to provide answers and sustainable solutions to people of Malolo and other communities when their land rights are in questions.
It is in the writer’s believe that, once people understand the systems of land administration, they will be able to fully utilize the land for sustainable development.
Paskali Kilagula LLB, MCED, is a Lawyer also a Social Scientist, he has been engaged in Community Projects in Tanzania for over two decades.
He is a Multidisciplinary Practitioner on Community Projects, who has worked for Health, Policy, Legal Education&Empowerment, Gender, Capacity Building and Agriculture Projects at National and Community Level.
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