Cover of: Land, food, and rural development in North Africa | Mohamad Riad El Ghonemy

Land, food, and rural development in North Africa

  • 192 Pages
  • 2.70 MB
  • English
Westview Press, IT Publications , Boulder, London
Rural development -- Africa, North, Rural development -- Africa, North -- Religious aspects -- Islam, Land tenure -- Africa, North, Food supply -- Africa,


Africa, North., Africa,

StatementM. Riad El-Ghonemy.
SeriesWestview special studies in social, political, and economic development
LC ClassificationsHN781.Z9 C64 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 192 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1734077M
ISBN 100813385563
LC Control Number92038895

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[Mohamad Riad El Ghonemy] -- This study of rural development in six North African nations addresses the issues surrounding poverty and landlessness. Providing an Islamic perspective on policy-making, the author describes the. This book tackles the subject of rural development in North Africa, within an historical context, examining land tenure and food security problems and evaluating rural development policy in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan and by: 8.

Land, food and rural development in North Africa It could be argued that the lessons Land be learned from this history of planning are that planners should monitor the effects of their past policies; and that there may be a future for planning if it harnesses the individual interests of the comfortable classes to the collective requirement for sustain- able : Heffernan, Michael.

The impact of macroeconomic adjustment programmes introduced by the World Bank and the IMF in North Africa, as well as the impact of the revival of Islamic fundamentalism on policies that address distributive fairness and governmental tolerance of exploitation and corruption, are assessed in this book.

Land tenure and food security problems are analysed and the effects of rural development Author: El Ghonemy. topics: tenure, food security, rural development, food supply, agricultural structure, land policies, land ownership, food production, farm size, households Author: M.R.


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Poor rural people – especially women, youth, indigenous peoples and other marginalized groups – typically have weak or unprotected tenure rights.

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