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Land tenure security in developing countries is undergoing major transformations.
The socio-economic and technological changes occurring in the world have impacted the way the communities, the national government, civil societies and other actors to approach the matter in the global south.
This book narrates how these actors are interacting and influence the way land is governed.
Institutional change such as overhauling land policies and laws in Tanzania have given room for myriad players from Central, Local Government, Civil Societies and Non-Governmental Organisations to implement interventions geared towards land tenure security for marginalised communities.
It is important to assert it here that while pressure on land continues to increase, securing land for marginalised communities will prove difficult if the aspects of cost, approach and players are not brought into serious considerations.
Shadrack Stephene Achilla holds a Msc degree in Natural Resource Assessment and Management from University of Dar es Salaam.
He has attended further professional training in German, Sweden, Netherlands and India.
Shadrack has published on human-environment interaction and institutional aspects in the number of Journals, policy briefs and books.
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