Land tenure is under transition in Uganda. Several factors contribute to this process of transition. Among these are:
policy and administrative interventions such as the on-going efforts to promote freehold tenure, e.g. by facilitating the gradual conversion of customary tenure into individualised, freehold tenure by offering the issuing of certificates of customary tenure or the efforts to strengthen the tenure security of kibanja tenants vis-à-vis the mailo land owners;
oil discoveries and the associated need to reallocate land;
a growing interest in land investments both as a means of savings (e.g. in the case of capital generated elsewhere – and...