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The Land and Property Rights of Women and…

The Land and Property Rights of Women and Orphans in the Context of HIV…

by Kaori Izumi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0796921350, Paperback)

Based on interviews with key informants, focus group discussions, and a semi-structured interview questionnaire, this study—framed around four Zimbabwean sites located in communal, resettlement, and urban areas—provides revealing empirical evidence and new insights as to how the land question has unfolded with particular reference to woman and orphans. The research critically examines Zimbabwe’s land and agriculture policies, and the utilization and efficacy of legal redress. It suggests and develops policy responses to cushion the impact of HIV/AIDS on local communities, especially dispossessed women, and analyzes the critical roles played by women in establishing and managing urban and rural support initiatives.

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