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Land is an important asset for economic, social and cultural development in Kenya. Agriculture is a key sector in the Kenyan economy, which requires optimal and sustainable use of agricultural land available. Insecure land ownership is one of the challenges that hinder optimal and sustainable land use in the country, while secure
rights have resulted to instances of productive land being left idle and land hoarding. This study applies the Generalized Estimating Equation model on Yala Wetland data obtained from the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis 2005 field survey to investigate how land tenure affects land use and land improvements in Kenya.

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