Land, trees, and women: evolution of land tenure institutions in Western Ghana and Sumatra
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KeywordsLand tenure Ghana.; Agroforestry Gender issues.; Land tenure Sumatra.; Land use; Rural Planning.; Right of property Gender issues.; Gender; Property rights; Natural resource management;
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