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Land Tenure and Reform in Haiti

By Amber Bethell

Abstract

Haiti struggles with poverty and environmental degradation. The political system is far from stable. Most Haitians do not have secure ownership of their lands because the government lacks the ability to enforce tenure. Each time the government changes hands, fighting over the land begins again. Haiti has been a democratic state for the last 7 years. They have begun testing agrarian land reform in the Artibonite Valley. This paper will discuss the development of land arrangements in Haiti and examine the results of the current land reform policies. 1

Year: 2002
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