This long-term research project is under the cluster Natural Resources and Rural Development and is designed to enable researchers to examine the prospects and consequences of the land acquisition transactions for economic development, poverty reduction (food security, social cohesion) and environment sustainability. More specifically, the research project is intended to: analyze the role of the different actors, key trends and drivers in land acquisitions, the contractual arrangements and the negotiations underpinning existing foreign direct investment (FDI) for land acquisitions in Eastern and Southern Africa; examine the opportunities and challenges of land acquisition for economic development, poverty reduction (food security, social cohesion, land access for rural people), and environmental sustainability in Eastern and Southern Africa; and suggest policies and strategies to ensure that what has been termed the “land grab” becomes a vehicle for rural development, taking into account the interests of the host countries, local communities, and international cooperation, rather than a new form of “agrarian colonialism” and a source of social instability.

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OSSREA Strategic Plan 2016 - 2020

The OSSREA 2016 - 2020 Strategic Plan is a blue print that guides the activities of the Secretariat and its National Chapters for the period 2016 to 2020. Download the PDF version and be informed about the planned intervention areas.

OSSREA Annual Reports

OSSREA publishes and freely disseminates the status of all its current activities regarding research, capacity development, publication, dissemination, financial and administration in an annual report form. The annual reports are avialable for download in PDF format.

OSSREA Catalogue

The OSSREA catalogue which is updated yearly contains short information about the publications of OSSREA. The PDF version of the catalogue is freely available for download. Download now the 2013 Catalogue to find out more about the publications of OSSREA.

OSSREA Contact Details

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