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Stakeholder Analysis Case Study

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Kacaunigau Island is a part of the Fiji Islands group. It has a land area of approximately 108.9 square kilometers and is the 4th largest island in the Fiji group.

Most of the population lives on the western side of the island~ Approximately 4,500 Fijians live there in 14 villages. All the villages have small noni plantations and the fruit is sold by the sack to a buyer from Suva who comes to the island every month during the harvest season.

There are 4 resorts and a residential subdivision with 50 houses on Torrens System freehold titles along the coast. One of the large resort near the coast that is owned by an expatriate, managers of the land has forbidden nearby residents from assessing the coast and sea. Tourists have also complained that nearby villagers are often found loitering near the beaches of the resort. There is an ongoing conflict on whether the sea and coast are public or private property.

Electricity is supplied from generators and water from rainwater collection tanks. There is no sewer line on the island. A lot of waste from the island resort and village ends up in the sea.

Kacaunigau Island is known as the most fertile island in Fiji. Approximately 1/3 of the landmass is suitable for agriculture and is bisected by a small swift-flowing river coming from a spring in the hills. There is also a mahogany forest in the highlands. There are 200 sugar cane farm leases on native land. The tenants pay a very low rental but only make an average net profit per farm of $2,000 per year. All of the sugar cane leases expire in approximately 12 months' time. The native owners of the sugar cane area have approached the native trust board asking for a rent increase, and threatened the farmers to leave the land. Farmers often complain of being forced to pay or provide extra obligations to the native owners as contributions, and this makes them feel insecure and disrespected.

There is a roll-on roll-off ferry service twice weekly from Suva and there is an airport near the resorts.

Representatives of the Kacaunigau Island community have asked you to prepare a detailed stakeholder analysis, and identify the issues/conflicts present within the study with some potential areas of intervention. Please state whether you think changing the tenure structure can improve the situation. If not then what else can be done to improve the land people and people-to-people relationship


Select at least two problems from the case study above and conduct the following:

  1. Conduct a stakeholder analysis
  2. Identify the specific cause of the issues/conflicts in the case study and potential areas of intervention
  3. From your understanding and readings recommend some intervention models to resolve the conflict and improve productivity
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