Multilingual Thesaurus on Land Tenure
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Ricefields, forests, rivers and coastal sound, Guinea-Bissau
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This Thesaurus, published in the context of the World Food Summit five years later, has been prepared with the financial support of Belgium's Technical Cooperation.
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CHAPTER 1. Players, resources and rights
CHAPTER 2. Elemental descriptions of space
CHAPTER 3. Political, procedural and practical tools/terms of the land
CHAPTER 4. Land information systems: Services and tools of public land administration
CHAPTER 5. Tax and economic terms in land
CHAPTER 6. Non-state systems of land administration
CHAPTER 7. Land in an agricultural, pastoral and forestry context
General Index of Terms