Co-creating a sustainable land policy in Cambodia
Political stability, economic growth and social development in Cambodia depend highly on the existence of legally secure and socially-balanced access to land. About 80 percent of the population live in rural areas and largely depend on the agriculture sector for employment and income. Secure property and use rights are therefore of existential importance. Both, the sustainable use of land and natural resources, as well as the enhancement of income opportunities, highly depend on the formulation and implementation of a modern land policy.
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