10 Ways Africa Can Revolutionize Agriculture

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  • Developing an Aptitude to Govern
  • Collaborating on Taxation
  • Balancing Individual Rights and Public Interests
  • Making Good Use of State-Owned Land
  • Promoting Good Governance and Conflict Management
  • Growing Africa's Agriculture
  • The Key to Economic Prosperity
  • Banding Together Against Land Grabs
  • Empowering the Poor and Vulnerable
  • Refurbishing Individual Land Rights
  • Increasing Efficiency Through Modern Tools
  • Reconciling Land Feuds for Stability

Promoting Good Governance and Conflict Management

As the World Bank points out, broken land-related laws have frequently resulted in a breakdown of governance, social instability and sometimes civil war. South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya are a few of the African nations still embroiled in unresolved restitution claims with their former colonizers. Focusing on managing land-related conflicts early and developing land policies to address underlying tensions might avert any unnecessary violence and preserve peace and stability.

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