Land tenure reform for food security in South Sudan

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This briefing paper from 2013 demonstrates the different challenges that land access, use, and management systems present to food security throughout the country. Although ongoing food insecurity is driven by a number of interdependent factors, interventions in agricultural production and dispute resolution at the policy and project levels have largely ignored the fundamental challenges posed by overlapping customary and statutory land tenure systems.

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Matthew Pritchard

PhD Student in the Department of Geography at McGill University, Canada
Mr Pritchard is a doctoral student and political economist specializing in post-conflict development, land tenure reforms, and natural resource management.

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