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Of the roughly 4,500 white farmers before the land reforms began in 2000, only a few hundred are left.
In Ethiopia and Rwanda, meanwhile, land reforms and infrastructural, extension and financing support for high-yield household farming are underpinning the best development stories in Africa today.
Government pledges of land reform and the privatization of some of the 3,300 state enterprises have not been implemented.
Eigg may be able to give the larger island at its side some practical lessons in affordable housing, renewable energy and land reform.
Until Congress develops the political courage to act on public-land reforms, our forested lands will continue to be incinerated and more public lands restricted to very limited public use.
Then in 2012, Sihong, a county of about 1 million people, launched a pilot project to test a new land reform policy.
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