The objective of the Land Tenure Services Project is to establish more efficient and secure access to land by improving the policy framework, upgrading land information systems and services, helping beneficiaries meet immediate needs for registered land rights, and supporting better access to land for investment. This project comprises three mutually reinforcing activity areas:
Supporting the provision of infrastructure and the regulatory environment to provide tenure security to slum dwellers. The project should improve central, state and local government capacity for ensuring the effective implementation of centrally sponsored schemes and reforms that directly benefit the urban poor.
(The funding amount only reflects the support from Finland)
Location: Asia, Africa, Latin America
The RRI supports the developing world’s Indigenous Peoples and local communities in forests and other rural areas, helping them to secure and realize the rights to own, control, and benefit from the natural resources they have depended on for generations.
This project focuses on improving the accuracy, accessibility and efficiency of Mongolia’s land titling and registration system to enable Mongolians to capitalize their land assets, make longer-term investments in their homes and businesses, and expand opportunities for generating income. The project’s main activities are:
The project focuses on urban governance, green infrastructure growth, catalysing private capital for infrastructure delivery, and a technical and management support including a Safe Cities initiative. It aims to provide sustained and equitable basic services and infrastructure.
The Land Management for Investment Project is expected to improve Cape Verde’s investment climate by refining the legal, institutional and procedural environment to create conditions for increased reliability of land information, greater efficiency in land administration transactions, and strengthened protection of land rights; developing and implementing a new land information management syste
The programme funds local peasant and faith groups (Provincial Union of Peasants of Niassa and Diocesan Commission for Justice and Peace to promote together the communities in which they work, information activities and training on all the rights attached to land use and the land and provide the assistance necessary for the proper treatment and resolution of emerging problems in communities.
The MCC Threshold Program for land rights and access seeks to: 1) increase clarity and public understanding of property rights issues in order to inform the land policy and law reform process; 2) rebuild management and public and private surveying capacity to improve future land administration; and 3) increase efficiency in deed registration, and restore, and improve deed records and procedures