Cadasta Foundation | Land Portal

Reviving Documentation of Property Rights

Cadasta Foundation is dedicated to the support, continued development and growth of the Cadasta Platform – an innovative, open source suite of tools for the collection and management of ownership, occupancy, and spatial data that meets the unique challenges of this process in much of the world.

We provide the tools and resources for testing new approaches to capturing land and resource rights data and promoting the adoption of ‘fit-for-purpose’ technology and processes. Incorporated as a non-profit, federally-recognized 501(c)(3) organization, Cadasta Foundation aims to simplify, modernize, and expedite the documentation of land and resource rights in places where it does not exist today.

Our Approach

  • A secure, cost effective global platform for the direct capture and documentation of land and resource rights.
  • A collaborative ecosystem of partners using the Cadasta Platform to protect land and resource rights.
  • A research and resource portal for the open sharing of knowledge, best practices and the use of our tools.

Cadasta Foundation Resources

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Land Rights for Slum Dwellers in Odisha:  Making technology work  for the urban poor
Rapports et recherches
mars 2019
Inde

The webinar Land Rights for Slum Dwellers in the East Indian State Odisha: Making technology work for the urban poor took place on 14 February, 2018. 

The webinar discussed anecdotes of the land rights policy in the state, application of innovative technology, processes and partnerships in the project execution and best practices followed in gaining rights for slum dwellers. 

Strengthening Land Tenure in Informal Settings: A Fit-For-Purpose Approach
Articles et Livres
décembre 2018
Kenya
République-Unie de Tanzanie
Myanmar
Inde
Népal
Global

A functioning land administration sector is the foundation for economic growth. Unfortunately, effective land registry and cadastral systems with national coverage exist in only a fraction of the world’s countries.

Rapports et recherches
décembre 2016
Global

Across most contexts, government data sources on land are largely inaccessible, from land administration data, such as parcel data and ownership information to land investments, contract data and even policy information.

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