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Since migrants often come with conflicting traditions of land allocation and land use, strangers' tenurial rights and their implications for land resource conservation are of increasing concern. Many governments have responded by nationalizing the ownership of land and then allowing customary rules to guide the use of some land, while allocating other land to private investors and public projects. Often, the-well connected have used their influence to wrest land from its customary owner-occupants.
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World Bank. 1993. Mali, Assessment of Living Conditions: Report No. 11842 Mali. C; World Bank. 1993. Ethiopia: Toward Poverty Alleviation and a Social Action Program: Report No. 11306-ET. P. 125 Page 3 Table 4: Primary School Enrollment and Literacy RatesPrimary School EnrollmentLiteracy RatesSchool Age Children (%)Rural (%)Urban (%)Rural (%)Urban (%)CountryMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleGambia3220554960225840Guinea22108353Guinea-Bissau3014655212134036Kenya73746974Uganda70478980Zambia5878Source: World Bank.
Agriculture, poverty, and policy reform in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kevin M. Cleaver