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Making laws and building institutions in the Sahel: the case of Niger

, : Making laws and building institutions in the Sahel: the case of Niger. Entwicklung + Landlicher Raum 29(6): 19-22

The changes currently being made by Sahelian countries in the sphere of land use and resource management laws are discussed. Changes are being made to accommodate increased local participation in resource management, the recognition of customary ownership rights, and the integration of customary tenure and management systems.

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