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Indigenous Communities and Land Tenure
Numerous studies have shown that indigenous people operate a well- developed land allocation and land management system that relies on communal decision making through traditional structures. Communal forms of land tenure allow for the rotation of upland agriculture fields, and for the equitable
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distribution of land among community members. However, the ability of a community to sustain traditional resource management structures depends on their capacity to exercise control over the resources. Thus the recognition of their rights over their lands and other natural resources is directly linked with their continued application of sustainable resource utilization and management systems.

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