Land conflicts and land tenure effects on agriculture productivity in Chad
Djekonbe Djimoudjiel () and
Gautier Tchoffo Tameko
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The objective of this article is to measure the extent of land conflicts and climate change on agricultural productivity and yields in the most conflict-prone regions of Chad. We obtained the results that, the interaction of land conflicts in agricultural activity is a barrier to productivity and the improvement of agricultural yields. The effects of climate change on yields and productivity are dwindle by government reforms and subventions in the agriculture’ sector. Hence, we recommend government to promote customary land tenure to reduce conflict and in other hand to trace transhumance corridors in order to support the State's agricultural reform efforts.
Keywords: Land conflicts; Land tenure; Agriculture productivity; Climate change (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q15 Q16 Q54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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