Increasing Pressure for Land - Implications for Rural Livelihoods in Developing Countries: The Case of Cambodia

This study aims to (1) analyse the early impacts of ELCs on indigenous people in the project area of Welt hunger hilfe, (2) analyse the context and the procedure of how ELCs are granted in practice, and (3) evaluate possible entry points of intervention. The methodological background is the qualitative case study, with semi-structured interviews with experts and focus group discussions with inhabitants of five villages as the main source of data. Results show that if the investments continue the way they have started, serious impacts on the livelihoods of indigenous people will result, leaving indigenous people in a state of food insecurity and loss of tradition.

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Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Language of document
  • English
Topics
  • Economic land concessions and plantations
  • Ethnic minorities and indigenous people
  • Land
  • Livelihood rights
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
Province(s)
  • Ratanakiri
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Welt hunger hilfe Website: www.welthungerhilfe.org

Author (individual) Bues, Andrea
Publication place Phnom Penh
Publisher Welthungerhilfe
Publication date 2011
Pagination 59
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