LAND BASED INVESTMENT: STAKEHOLDERS DIALOGUE

Source:HakiMadini

On 14th to 15th March , 2017, HakiMadini play a part in the  Land based investment dialogue  organized by Care International in Tanzania, Oxafam, HakiArdhi, MVIWATA. The dialogue was held in Oceanic Bay Resort Bagamoyo for two days.

Participants:

CSOs, Researchers, academicians, development practitioners

Objectives of the dialogue

The dialogue addressed  the following:

1. Industrialization: Does the current land policy draft answer or address industrialization thinking? Is the country ready, are small scale producers prepared?

 2. Policy that address land in the light of Industrialization

 3. Land based large scale Investment

4. Land based small scale investment:

5. Small and large scale co-exist in the current investment and industrialization set

6. Challenges facing women in land ownership in Tanzania.

For two days we had four presenters who presented different topic,day one is all about Setting the stage,discussing historical context on land based investment and peasants struggle in Tanzania where by  participants discussed on the impact of Industrilization,Large scale Investment and Land based small scale investment.

Day two the participants discussed the following topics:,Small and large scale co –exist in the current investment and industrialization and Challenges facing women in land ownership in Tanzania.

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