|Contributions||Zimbabwe. Land Commission., Zimbabwe Women"s Resource Centre and Network.|
|LC Classifications||HD992.Z63 G458 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 63, 2, 6 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||95981801|
Women, Land Use, Property Rights and Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe | SpringerLink. Introduction to Gender Studies in Eastern and Southern Africa. Introduction to Gender Studies in Eastern and Southern Africa pp | Cite : Average Chigwenya, Pardon Ndhlovu. Gender and access to land 3 2. What is access to land Throughout history, land has been recognized as a primary source of wealth, social status, and power. It is the basis for shelter, food, and economic activities; it is the most significant provider of employment opportunities in rural areas and is an increasingly scarce resource in urban Size: KB. Large-Scale Land Acquisitions, Livelihoods, and Gender Configurations in Zimbabwe: /ch The notion of large-scale land acquisitions has been topical in recent years in Zimbabwe; it has even created more nuanced debates, since 70% of Cited by: 3. Gender and Land Politics in Zimbabwe. This chapter discusses gender and land politics in Zimbabwe. Gender relations in Zimbabwe have always been biased against women (Gudhlanga , ). In this chapter gender is defined as a social construct as opposed to sex which is biological. Gender relations are constituted in terms of the relations of power .
Gender issues in land allocation and reform The primary goal of the land reform in Zimbabwe has always been to create racial parity in access to land for settlement and targets of the first phase of the land reform and resettlement program were landless families, the unemployed and poor families with dependants between the ages of 18 and 55 years and the File Size: KB. women’s land rights in Zimbabwe. Clearly if land is a source of economic viability, women should also be able to claim it without having to literally "ride on someone’s back" to enjoy the commodity and the products therefrom. Distribution of Land in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe has million hectares of land, of which 6 million hectares are for. Land Rights and Land Conflicts in Africa: A review of issues and experiences This implies that land rights for many rural as well attacked for its approach to the gender dimension of reforming land rights (see for example ActionAid International , Fortin , Manji and other recent contributions to this debate, File Size: KB. en may have land-use rights rather than ownership rights, or may be more de-pendent on communal property (relative to men). These circumstances under-mine women's ability to influence the control of the land and its products, as well as to produce food, accumulate income, gain access to agricultural creditFile Size: KB.
Gender relations are viewed in terms of land use and ownership in pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial Zimbabwe. These socially constructed roles have been found to be unequal in terms of power and decision making It is argued that lessening of social inequalities between men and women reduces poverty, raises farm efficiency and improves. The Government of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme wish to acknowl-edge with appreciation the financial support of the Embassy of Sweden in Zimbabwe to produce this report. iv | Zimbabwe Human Development Report Gender Dimensions of Land Customary Inheritance under Customary Tenure in Zambia Nsemiwe NSAMA, ZAMBIA 1. INTRODUCTION The task of managing land use and the earth’s resources is gaining increasing importance due to the rising world population and economic growth. Land is the basic resource for human. A Gendered analysis of land reforms in Zimbabwe Abstract Between , when Zimbabwe attained political independence, and the government to land. In , Jacobs () carried out field research on the relation of gender and land access in Zimbabwe’s three north eastern provinces of Mashonaland East, Mashonaland women’s rights.