Gender and Land Rights Database


1. UN Population Division. World Population Prospects: The 2006 Revision Population Database (available at Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat. New York, USA.

2. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 2008. Rural Poverty Portal (available at Rome.

3. Central Intelligence Agency. The World Factbook: Zimbabwe (available at Washington, D.C.

4. FAO. 2004. Special report Zimbabwe (available at ). Special Reports and Alerts. Global information and early warning system on food and agriculture (GIEWS). Rome.

5. FAO. 2007. The State of Food and Agriculture (available at ). Rome.

6. Magaramombe, G. 2007. Access to and Control of Resources in Relation to Conflict and Migration in Southern Africa: A Case Study of Zimbabwe (available at Regional Workshop on Access to and Control of Land and Water Resources in Relation to Conflict and Migration in Southern Africa. 7-10 May 2007. Johannesburg, South Africa.

7. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). 1996. CEDAW/C/ZWE/1. Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under Article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. Initial report of State parties (available at New York, USA.

8. FAO. 2008. Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS) workstation. Zimbabwe early warning (available at ). Rome.

9. UN News Centre. 2009. Number of cholera cases in Zimbabwe climbs to nearly 36 000 (available at New York, USA.

10. UNPFA, Munyama, P., Egan, S. 2008. UNFPA Responds to the Health Sector Crisis in Zimbabwe (available at UNPFA website news feature. New York, USA.

11. The United Nations Development Programme. Human Development Report 2007/2008. Fighting climate change: human solidarity in a divided world (available at  ). New York, USA.

12. FAO. 2005. Breaking ground: Present and future perspectives for women in agriculture (available at. ). Rome.

13. UNPFA. 2007. State of the World Population 2007. Unleashing the potential for urban growth (available at . New York, USA.

14. United Nations Human Settlements Programme  (UN-HABITAT). 2002. African regional civil society consultation on women and adequate housing (available at Nairobi, Kenya.

15. Women’s Land and Water Rights in Southern Africa (WLWRSA), World Bank, Taka Mgugu, A. 2007. Revisiting the fast track land reform: examining gender in access to land and agricultural support services. WLWRSA. Harare.

16. Human Rights Watch. 2002. Zimbabwe fast track land reform in Zimbabwe (available at Vol. 14, No. 1 (A). Human Rights Watch. New York, USA.

17. Ingunn, I., Heller, A., Karhuus, R. et al. 2005. Human rights, Formalization and Women’s Land Rights in Southern and Eastern Africa (available at ). Studies in Women’s Law No. 57. Institute of Women’s Law, University of Oslo. Oslo.

18. Constitution of Zimbabwe. 2007. Available at

19. United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT). 2006. Progress report on removing discrimination against women in respect of property and inheritance rights (available at Tools on Improving Women’s Secure Tenure Series 1, Number 2. Nairobi, Kenya.

20. Infoproject. 2009. Popline (Population information online). Available at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs. Baltimore, MD, USA.

21. Parliament of Zimbabwe. 2009. Parliament of Zimbabwe website. Acts (available at Harare.

22. Actionaid,  Nyamu-Musembi, C. 2004. Gender, Food and Hunger: Securing Women’s Access and Control over Productive Resources. Rome.

23. Centre on housing rights and evictions (COHRE). 2005. A place to live. Women’s inheritance rights in Africa (available at COHRE. Geneva, Switzerland.

24. FAO. 2008. Faolex (available at ). Rome.

25. Women’s Land and Water Rights in Southern Africa (WLWRSA). 2009. Land Policy in Zimbabwe (available at WLWRSA. Harare.

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27. Jacobs, H. y M., Chavunduka, C. 2003. Devolution for land administration in Zimbabwe: opportunities and challenge (available at Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Madison, WI, USA.

28. Forestry Commission & Shumba, E. M. 2001. Forestry Outlook Studies Zimbabwe (available at Forestry Commission. Harare.

29. Government of Zimbabwe. 2009. Zimbabwe government online (available at Harare.

30. Nsingo, S., Kuye, J. 2005. Democratic participation for service delivery in local government in Zimbabwe: humanizing structural configurations and legal provision. Journal of Public Administration, 40(4): pp 744-760. School of Public Management and Administration, University of Pretoria. Pretoria.

Sources: numbers in brackets (*) refer to sources displayed in the Bibliography