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  1. Understanding changing land access and use by the rural poor in Senegal
    Aminata Niang, Ndèye Fatou Sarr, Ibrahima Hathie, Ndèye Coumba Diouf, Cheikh Oumar Ba, Ibrahima Ka, Marie Gagné
    May 2017, Research report - IIED
  2. Understanding changing land access issues for the rural poor in Uganda
    Godber Tumushabe, Alex Tatwangire
    May 2017, Research report - IIED
  3. Understanding changing land issues for the rural poor in Mozambique
    Eléusio Filipe, Simon Norfolk
    May 2017, Research report - IIED
  4. Trilateral cooperation in agriculture: Achievements and lessons from AgriTT
    Lila Buckley
    Apr 2017, Report/paper - IIED
  5. Africa’s farmland in changing hands: A review of literature and case studies from sub-Saharan Africa
    Catriona Knapman, Laura Silici, Lorenzo Cotula, James Mayers
    Mar 2017, Research report - IIED
  6. Knowledge-based participatory action research
    Krystyna Swiderska, Janna Tenzing
    Mar 2017, Toolkit - IIED
  7. Local economic development through ‘pro-poor’ gorilla tourism in Uganda: Research framework
    Mar 2017, Report/paper - IIED
  8. The baby and the bathwater: trophy hunting, conservation and rural livelihoods
    Rosie Cooney, C. Freese, Holly Dublin, Dilys Roe, D. Mallon, M. Knight, R. Emslie, M. Pani, V. Booth, S. Mahoney, C. Buyanaa
    Mar 2017, Journal article - FAO
  9. First line of defence: engaging communities in tackling wildlife crime
    Dilys Roe, Rosie Cooney, Holly Dublin, David Challender, Duan Biggs, Diane Skinner, M. Abensperg-​Traun, N. Ahlers, R. Melisch, M. Murphree
    Mar 2017, Journal article - FAO
  10. Chinese agriculture in Africa: perspectives of Chinese agronomists on agricultural aid
    Lila Buckley, Chen Ruijian, Yin Yanfei, Zhu Zidong
    Jan 2017, Discussion paper - IIED
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