Assessment of rural land rental determinants in Ethiopia
This study was conducted in two woredas (districts) in the Arsi Zone (Hitosa and Dodota) of the Oromia Region to analyse what the key determinants are that inform farmers’ decision-making processes to rent out their land. The study also provides recommendations on how LIFT can influence these to further strengthen the rural land rental market.
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This study assesses the reasons for low formalisation of land rental transactions and constraints within the rural land rental regulatory framework in Tigray and the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR), and provides recommendations to improve the regulatory framework for land rental transactions.
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Land rental Type of resource: Assessment Year produced: 2016
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