Collective Action and Property Rights (CAPRi)
The Systemwide Program on Collective Action and Property Rights (CAPRi) is an on-going inter-center initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) that fosters research and promotes collaboration on institutional aspects of natural resource management between CGIAR research centers, national agricultural research institutions, and other sources. Its Secretariat is located in the Environment and Production Technology Division of IFPRI. The conceptual framework deals explicitly with the effect of differences in the biophysical, socioeconomic, and policy environment. A range of CAPRi-sponsored case-studies on these issues have been carried out in Uganda, the results of which have been published as CAPRi Working Papers.
Nkonya, E. & Markelova, H. 2010. Looking beyond the obvious: Uncovering the features of natural resource conflicts in Uganda. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 95.
Jagger, P. 2008. Forest incomes after Uganda's forest sector reform: Are the rural poor gaining? IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 92.
German, L., Mazengia, W., Tirwomwe, W., Ayele, S., Tanui, J., Nyangas, S., Begashaw, L., Taye, H., Admassu, Z., Tsegaye, M., Alinyo, F., Mekonnen, A., Aberra, K., Chemangeni, A., Cheptegei, W., Tolera, T., Jotte, Z. & Bedane, K. 2008. Enabling equitable collective action for poverty reduction and natural resource management in the Eastern African highlands. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 86.
Ferris, S., Engoru, P. & Kaganzi, E. 2008. Making market information services work better for the poor in Uganda. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 77.
Kaganzi, E., Ferris, S., Barham, J., Abenakyo, A., Sanginga, P. & Njuki, J. 2008. Sustaining linkages to high value markets through collective action in Uganda: The case of the Nyabyumba potato farmers. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 75.
Katungi, E., Edmeades, S. & Smale, M. 2006. Gender, social capital and information exchange in rural Uganda. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 59.
Howard, P. & Nabanoga, G. 2005. Are there customary rights to plants?: An inquiry among the Baganda, with special attention to gender. CAPRi Working Paper no. 44.
Place, F. & Otsuka, K. 2000. The role of tenure in the management of trees at the community level: Theoretical and empirical analyses from Uganda and Malawi. IFPRI – CAPRi Working Paper no. 9.