Landlessness within the vicious cycle of poverty in Ugandan rural farm household: why and how it is born?

Income poverty levels are increasingly getting worse among the majority (84%) of rural Ugandans who drive their livelihoods primarily from Agriculture. Mostly driven by declining land productivity resulting from waning soil fertility, limited use of land augmenting technologies and increasing disposal of land to meet urgent household needs. However, limited researcher has been done to establish why the per capita land holding has been decreasing over time. The necessitated the need to provide better understanding of the complex inter-linkages between landless and poverty alongside identifying effective strategies and land policy guidance to address the increasing landlessness in rural Uganda...


Issue Date:
2007-05
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/150485
Total Pages:
36
Series Statement:
Research Series
49




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