Sustaining customary land secretariats for improved interactive land governance in Ghana

Abstract: Capacity building of traditional land governance institutions is increasingly favoured in Africa. In Ghana, 37 customary land secretariats (CLSs) have been established or strengthened with a strong emphasis on IT, but little understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of human-land relationships.

Author(s): Bugri, John

Source(s): , 28 p., ill., tabs

Published: 2012 World bank, Washington, DC (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://landandpoverty.com/agenda/pdfs/paper/bugri_full_paper.pdf

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