Gender perspectives on land ownership and inheritance in Uganda
Abby J. Sebina-Zziwa, Makerere Institute of Social Research, University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center
Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, 1995 - Law - 106 pages
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access to land African agricultural and/or bought Buganda Agreement Catholic Circumstantial Variables consensual unions contributnd couples daughters deceased deceased's property devolution districts divorce economic equal inheritance equal share Equally entitled ethnic family land family property father female-headed households gender and land head of household husbands and wives in-laws influence inherit equal inheritance rights Kabarole Kampala land belongs Land Distribution land registration Land Tenure land was acquired legal papers Lira Lira District main piece major assets Makerere Institute Makerere University male Marital status married Mbale Mbale District Mn Wmn Mn Mpigi District names number of children Ov4all Overall personal land piece of land problems production proportion purchase reasons given relatives Religion responsibilities rural separated/divorced significant statutory law Structural Variables Tabln traditional practices type of marriage UNICEF widows wife contributed wife's land Wmn Mn Wmn Women in Uganda women landowners women landownership women owning land Wooen