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The study analyzed the determinants of land tenure insecurity in Uganda using survey data collected by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) during the Policies for Improved Land Management Project in Uganda, 1999-2001. The survey included a sample of 1322 farm households randomly selected and interviewed using a formal questionnaire. The analysis revealed that tenure category, number of households in the village involved in disputes outside the village, and the number of households in the village who lost land as a result of a dispute over land were significant factors affecting tenure insecurity.

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