Decentralisation and boundary setting in Mali : the case of Kita district

Abstract: This paper asks whether territorial decentralisation in Mali should address the issue of land tenure. Examples are used from the district of Kita to try to tackle this issue, starting with a look at the way that local government boundaries have been set in Mali.

Author(s): Idelman, Eric

Source(s): , Issue paper / Drylands programme, International institute for environment and development (IIED); 151 26 p., ill., maps, 25 cm Issue paper / Drylands programme, International institute for environment and development (IIED) 151

Published: 2009 International institute for environment and development (IIED), London (English

ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-84369-727-5/1357-9312

Link: http://www.iied.org/pubs/pdfs/12558IIED.pdf

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