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Strategic options and action plan for land reform in Namibia
Permanent Technical Team on Land Reform (Namibia)
by Government of the Republic of Namibia, Ministry of Lands and Resettlement, the Permanent Technical Team on Land Reform in [Windhoek, Namibia]
Written in English
|Statement||Government of the Republic of Namibia, Ministry of Lands and Resettlement, the Permanent Technical Team (PTT) on Land Reform.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||2008347265|
POLITICAL analysts yesterday urged government to look into the land issue in Namibia and resolve the crisis. Main Navigation - , - archive-read The Namibian. breakthrough in the land reform programme, the fight against poverty would not succeed’. In the same breath, it was reported that members of the Cabinet had agreed ‘unanimously that land reform is an imperative if Namibia is to maintain its peace and political and national and racial harmony’ (New Era ).
8 Selected Strategies and Action Plans National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan Namibia’s Proposed Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan Aquaculture Strategic Plan Strategic Action Plan for the Implementation of Renewable Energy Policies Forestry Strategic PlanFile Size: 2MB. BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of Namibia, as follows: Amendment of section 1 of Act No. 6 of , as amended by section 1 of Act No. 16 of and section 1 of Act No. 2 of 1. Section 1 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, (hereinafter referred to as the principal Act), is hereby amended -File Size: KB.
urban land in Namibia. In , the Land Reform Action Plan was adopted which sets the specific targets to redistribute at least 15 million hectares of commercial farmland from “white” farmers to previously disadvantaged “black” farmers by Tasked to coordinate and implement this process is . Namibia’s land reform programme is not only about poverty reduction, despite the general perception that poverty reduction is its raison de etre. An important part of land reform is about equity, i.e. restoring past imbalances of land distribution. Equity and poverty concerns have informed Namibia’s land reform policy and legal Size: KB.
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Land Reform in Namibia. The primary objective of the research is to identify the prevailing values behind the land reformCited by: 5. remain ambiguous.
The Strategic Options and Action Plan for Land Reform in Namibia (PTT) (Permanent Technical Team, b, p. 21) emphasised the need to have realistic land acquisition targets in order to plan appropriate post settlement support programmes and have sufficient financial means Size: KB.
1) Associate, Desert Research Foundation of Namibia (DRFN), Windhoek 2) Associate, Desert Research Foundation of Namibia (DRFN), Windhoek. Table of Contents. 1 INTRODUCTION 4 2 BACKGROUND 5 3 PARTY POLITICAL PROGRAMMES ON LAND REFORM AND POVERTY 6 4 THE POLITICS OF LAND REFORM 7 5 THE POLICY PROCESS AFTER INDEPENDENCE 8 6 OBJECTIVES 10 7.
MLR in their report on the “Strategic Options and Action Plan for Land Reform in Namibia, ”. This should not be interpreted to mean that every previously disadvantaged citizen qualifies for resettlement. On the contrary, it means that the beneficiary should be able to farm productively and should be formerly disadvantaged.
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made with land reform over the last decade, a reflection of the low priority it has received. However, the events that unfolded in Zimbabwe in March and April have reverberated throughout the region and resulted in a huge increase in interest in land reform in Namibia. The President has announced that land reform is to be greatly File Size: KB.
the five year strategic intent detailed in this document to reflect the needs and expectations of the community and Council’s implementation plan. In addition, the City embraces its role in contributing towards Namibia’s development goals as per Vision and National Development Plan (NDP) 5. The Transformational Strategic Plan (–).
Program For Communal Land Development (PCLD) The Program for Communal Land Development (PCLD) is operating under the Directorate of Land Reform & Resettlement in the Ministry of Land Reform. The MLR receives financial and technical support through the Namibian-German Co-operation and the European Commission to implement its land reform program focusing on communal areas.
The Communal Land Reform Act, (No. 5 of ), came into effect on 1 March Several consultations with stakeholders took place with the aim of incorporating as many views as possible and also to seek consensus on issues relating to communal land administration.
The Communal Land Reform Act deals with access to land in communal Size: 3MB. e-Government Strategic Action Plan of the Public Service of Namibia (–) Institutional framework e-Government is a major public service reform process, involving all public servants at central, regional and local government level, as well as all citizens, communities, businesses and visitors to.
vi Livelihoods after land reform: Namibia country report () The three-and-a-half-year Livelihoods after land reform (LaLR) research programme was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) of the UK (project number RES).
We File Size: 3MB. MINISTRY OF LAND REFORM _____ PERFORMANCE AGREEMENT The Contracting Parties This Performance Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “PA”) is entered into between the Government of the Republic of Namibia (hereinafter referred to as GRN), represented by the President H.E.
Hage G. Geingob, on the one part, and the Ministry of Land Reform. this 5 year strategy and action plan document, spanning a period from throughas the second building phase in the whole construction process of the Namibia NSDI following the setting of the legal framework by government.
namibia national sPatial data infrastructure nsdi STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN - 3File Size: 2MB. In line with the CBD Strategic Plan (), the strategic goals of NBSAP2 are to: 1.
Address the underlying causes of biodiversity loss by mainstreaming biodiversity across government and society 2. Reduce the direct pressures on biodiversity and promote the sustainable use of biological resources Size: 2MB.
The strategic planning process which, led to this document: Transformational Strategic Plan (–), commenced in Septemberfollowing the end and subsequent review of progress made against the Integrated Business Plan (IBP): The process was a collaborative engagement that included the Khomas Regional Council and ourFile Size: 1MB.
Resettlement Land Tenure policy covers the background to land issues in the country, the concept of land tenure in Namibia and land tenure reform in urban, communal, resettlement and. STRATEGIC PLAN STRATEGIC PLAN - 2 Strategic plan strategic plan into action for the Ministry to achieve its The government of the Republic of Namibia through the Office of the Prime Minster embarked on a Public Service Reform Initiative (PSRI) which is aimed at improving service delivery in the public sector and.
The Ministry of Lands and Resettlement finally made its long-awaited Land Reform Report and Strategic Action Plan public yesterday - it was compiled by a team of experts at the end of Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act (Act 6 of ). The recent announcements by the government, assumed to constitute a policy change, have given rise to much uncertainty about the legal ramifications of expropriation with regard to constitutional requirements and the terms of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act (Act 6 of ).File Size: KB.
This is an interim strategic plan for the period ending 31 March Our performance during this period will be influenced by the funds available for Rural Development and Land Reform. Mr Gugile Nkwinti Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform June STRATEGIC PLAN - 1. Land reform and poverty alleviation Redistributive land reform in Namibia is widely regarded as a prerequisite for successful rural development, and hence, poverty alleviation.
It is significant, however, that neither the Poverty Reduction Strategy for Namibia, which was approved by Cabinet innor.Windhoek, ; Christof Maletsky, “Government plans to speed up land reform”, The Namibian, 27th April ; Absalom Shigwedha, “17 farms bought for resettlement”, The Namibian, 30th April ).
4 Ministry of Lands and Resettlement (MLR), Strategic Options and Action Plan for Land Reform in Namibia, Windhoek,