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  • 1. The socio-geography of mining and hydro in Lao PDR
    1.  The socio-geography of mining and hydro in Lao PDR
    Author:  Fenton.N and Lindelow.M
    Producing Organization:  Swiss National Centre
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  3.94 MB
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    Tags:  geography, landlocked country, natural resources, mineral and reduce poverty
    Summary:  

    Lao PDR is a poor landlocked country but it is rich in natural resources. Its mountainous geography gives rise to significant hydropower potential and the country is also rich in mineral deposits,the most

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  • 2 Policy Brief: Rural Land Management and Land Administration
    2 Policy Brief: Rural Land Management and Land Administration
    Author:  Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
    Producing Organization:  Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
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    Language:  English
    Type:  Policy document
    Size:  271.86 kB
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    Tags:  land management, policy design, agencies
    Summary:  

    Insufficient capacity to manage.Reduces village land use options,Increasing land disputes and land grabbing,Land suitability maps and soil surveys are inadequate land use planning tools; need more socio-economic input.ƒMonitoring focused on enforcement.Increased degradation of lands due

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  • 4 Lao land concessions, development for the people
    4 Lao land concessions, development for the people
    Author:  Cor. H. Hanssen
    Producing Organization:  CIDSE-Laos Management Advisor
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
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    Language:  English
    Type:  Report document
    Size:  142.65 kB
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    Tags:  land concessions, laos concerning, conclusions
    Summary:  

    In May 2007 Laos’ Prime Minister Bouasone Bouphavanh announced a moratorium on the granting of new land concessions in order to give government time to review the existing policies and improve perceived weaknesses. Such a critical review is very welcome. However, most problems seem to be caused not as much by deficient rules as by incorrect implementation of the policies and laws.

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  • 5 Land Concessions, Land Tenure, and Livelihood Change: Plantation Development in Attapeu Province, Southern Laos
    5 Land Concessions, Land Tenure, and Livelihood Change: Plantation Development in Attapeu Province, Southern Laos
    Author:  Cor. H. Hanssen
    Producing Organization:  CIDSE-Laos Management Advisor
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  1.98 MB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  land concessions, laos concerning, conclusions
    Summary:  

    In May 2007 Laos’ Prime Minister Bouasone Bouphavanh announced a moratorium on the granting of new land concessions in order to give government time to review the existing policies and improve perceived weaknesses.

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  • 6 CIDSE Lao land concessions, development for the people
    6 CIDSE Lao land concessions, development for the people
    Author:  Cor. H. Hanssen
    Producing Organization:  CIDSE-Laos Management Advisor
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  142.65 kB
    Published Date:  
    Tags:  land concessions, laos concerning, conclusions
    Summary:  

    In May 2007 Laos’ Prime Minister Bouasone Bouphavanh announced a moratorium on the granting of new land
    concessions in order to give government time to review the existing policies and improve perceived weaknesses. Such a critical review is very welcome.

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  • 7 Land Concession Induced Livelihood Changes Research on land and livelihood impacts from land concession from mono-culture tree plantation
    7 Land Concession Induced Livelihood Changes Research on land and livelihood impacts from land concession from mono-culture tree plantation
    Author:  CIDSE-Laos
    Producing Organization:  CIDSE-Laos
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  955.17 kB
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    Tags:  respondents, land, villagers, people, plantation, communities, concessions
    Summary:  

    This research was done to contribute to the debate on the economic concession model by providing local people's perspectives and experiences of the plantations. As well as to formulate policy recommendations in order to avoid livelihood impacts from future land concessions

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  • DEALING WITH DISCLOSURE: IMPROVING TRANSPARENCY IN DECISION-MAKING OVER LARGE-SCALE LAND ACQUISITIONS, ALLOCATIONS AND INVESTMENTS APRIL 2012
    DEALING WITH DISCLOSURE: IMPROVING TRANSPARENCY IN DECISION-MAKING OVER LARGE-SCALE LAND ACQUISITIONS, ALLOCATIONS AND INVESTMENTS APRIL 2012
    Author:  INTERNATION LAND COAUTION,The OaKLand Institute,global witness
    Producing Organization:  INTERNATION LAND COAUTION,The OaKLand Institute,global witness
    Use Rights:  non copyrighted
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    Language:  English
    Type:  Report
    Size:  2.38 MB
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    Tags:  rights, investments, environment
    Summary:  

    The surge in large-scale commercial interest in land by domestic, international, private, and public actors has prompted a wide variety of stakeholders to consider how such investments may contribute to, rather than erode, local development priorities

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  • Land Concessions, Land Tenure, and Livelihood Change: Plantation Development in Attapeu Province, Southern Laos
    Land Concessions, Land Tenure, and Livelihood Change: Plantation Development in Attapeu Province, Southern Laos
    Author:  Miles Kenney-Lazar
    Producing Organization:  National University of Laos
    Use Rights:  Non copyrighted
    Availability:  Soft copy only
    Language:  English
    Type:  Research document
    Size:  1.98 MB
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    Tags:  wetland, land concession, marsh, village, conservation forest
    Summary:  

    This paper seeks to add to the growing literature on land concessions by examining a recent, high-level concession as a means of understanding three aspects related to concessionary investments: (1)

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