Learning for Land Tool Development and Implementation. A Good Practice Guide. | Land Portal

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Date of publication: 
July 2016
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ISBN / Resource ID: 
GLTN-2336
Copyright details: 
Global Land Tool Network

This Guide has been developed for use by our colleagues and partners in implementing the GLTN capacity development strategy at country level. It is based on practical experience gained in the course our work during GLTN Phase 2, specifically in the development and application of pro-poor, gender responsive land tools. In our experience, learning is a fundamental precondition for the successful innovations that are so urgently needed to achieve responsible land administration for secure land and property rights for all.
The Guide is presented as a living document, to be improved over time as we jointly explore and develop improved methods and processes of good learning practice. Readers and users are encouraged to send their critique and suggestions to jean.duplessis@unhabitat.org.

Authors and Publishers

Author(s), editor(s), contributor(s): 

Jean du Plessis
Jenny Pearson
Ruth Cook
John Gitau
Samuel Mabikke
Rebecca Ochong
Melissa Permezel

Publisher(s): 

The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is an alliance of global regional and national partners contributing to poverty alleviation through land reform, improved land management and security of tenure particularly through the development and dissemination of pro-poor and gender-sensitive land tools.

Secure land tenure and property rights are fundamental to shelter and livelihoods as well as the realisation of human rights, poverty reduction,economic prosperity and sustainable development.

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The Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) is an alliance of global regional and national partners contributing to poverty alleviation through land reform, improved land management and security of tenure particularly through the development and dissemination of pro-poor and gender-sensitive land tools.

Secure land tenure and property rights are fundamental to shelter and livelihoods as well as the realisation of human rights, poverty reduction,economic prosperity and sustainable development.

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