Presentations

  • DAY 1
  • DAY 2
  • DAY 3

Theme: Land governance and property rights in Africa

Session 1

  1. Ibrahima KA – Défis de sécurisation foncière dans des contextes de ruralité en Afrique de l’Ouest – Exemples du Burkina Faso et du Sénégal
  2. Gebrelibanos YB – Assessment of rural land governance practices in Tigray National Regional State (Ethiopia)
  3. Hashi AH – The anatomy of community land rights in Kenya
  4. Rurakengereza H – Impact evaluation of community participation in state-owned land registration process
  5. Zamchiya P Land reform in Zimbabwe – Revisiting myths and realities

Session 2

  1. Tchatchoua-Djomo R – The politics of institutional pluralism in the governance of returnees-related land disputes in Burundi
  2. Massay GE – In search of the solution for farmer-pastoralist conflicts in Tanzania
  3. Phiri D – Land Governance Assessment Framework Land dispute resolution in Zambia
  4. Chiweshe M – Analysis of land-related corruption in Zimbabwe

Session 3

  1. Hatungimana MG – Discrimination a l’égard de la femme en matiere de succession au Burundi
  2. Feubi Pamen EP – Gender-responsive land governance and household well-being in Cameroon
  3. Munezero C – Enjeux de l’accès de la femme à la terre au Burundi
  4. Ramalefane T – NGOs and land rights of rural women in post-apartheid South Africa – the case of IDEP
  5. Shonhe T – The political economy of peasant agricultural production and commodity markets in Zimbabwe 15 years after the FTLRP

Session 4

  1. Kobusingye DN – African youths, the forgotten category in land governance – Post-conflict Acholi Region, Northern Uganda
  2. Serwajja E – Fractured intimacy – Oil induced gender-based violence in the ‘oil-rich’ Albertine region, Western Uganda
  3. Moreda ST – Large-scale land investment, state authority and local communities – insights from Ethiopia
  4. Mandeng Ntsimi EK – Responsible land governance for inclusive development in Cameroon
  5. Nkemnyi MF – Agricultural development and environmental conservation conflicts in Cameroon – A problem of strategies or policy_

Theme: Models for commercialising agriculture in Africa

Session 1

  1. Sulle E – Inclusive business model Examining the investor-outgrowers relationship in Tanzania
  2. Sipangule K – Do agribusinesses reduce smallholder tenure security and plot-level investments-
  3. Rusenga C – Set up to fail – The enforcement of the agribusiness model of agriculture on land reform beneficiaries in SA
  4. Manenzhe T – Complexities of belonging on community-owned capitalist farming enterprises in Levubu Valley
  5. 5 Muchetu RG – Improving agricultural marketing strategies post-FTLRP Towards commercialization of family farms in Zimbabwe

Session 2

  1. Joala R – The soya boom and agro-food systems change in rural Mozambique
  2. Mazwi F – The integration of the peasantry into global markets and accumulation trajectories – sugar and tobacco outgrowers in Zimbabwe
  3. Osabuohien E et al – Rice production and processing in Ogun State, Nigeria – The relevance of the indigenous institutional arrangement
  4. Daniels C – Agricultural innovation and governance in Africa – Implications for public policy
  5. 5 Besso CR _ Feubi Pamen EP – Accès à la terre et croissance inclusive agricole au Cameroun

Theme: Food security in Africa

  1. Manyamba C – Factors driving the gender gap in agricultural productivity and household food security – Evidence from the 2015 South African General Household Survey
  2. Molokomme M et al – Public spending programme for improved household food and nutrition security – South African exploratory evidence
  3. Jaja IF et al – Causes of bovine liver condemnation – A case study of three abattoirs in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
  4. Anyetei-Anum D – The local consumer – Engaging new perspectives in agricultural production
  5. Kombat Cosmas Lambini – Women’s economic empowerment in inclusive agri-business and addressing food security in Northern Ghana