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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Africa

    Un rapport général concemant l'utilisation du cadastre comae "base

    de la création des regimes fonciers, élabore dans le cadre de la collaboration entre la Commission IV (cadastre et remembrement rural).

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Africa

    A Cadastre, in the sense to be used in this paper, is a methodically established record of immovable. (Land, buildings, rights that are put on a par with landed property) based on the survey of a complete district. The official record of a cadastral survey generally consists of a drawing or map and a written description of the field work. Cadastres as a rule consist of a map of the survey, a register arranged according to parcels, a register arranged according to proprietors and some auxiliary registers for easier handling. The single parcels are systematically numbered, on the map.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2016
    Africa

    The Heads of States and Government of the African Union in collaboration with UNECA and AfDB, to carry out studies on the establishment of an appropriate institutional framework that can support Member States in their efforts towards reviewing, developing and implementing land policies including mechanisms for progress tracking and reporting, as well as for the establishment of an African Fund for Land Policy.

  4. Library Resource
    2018 Land Portal Annual Report
    Reports & Research
    August, 2019
    Global

    We’re pleased to share the Land Portal Foundation's 2018 Annual Report. The report demonstrates how we are working to create a vibrant information ecosystem on land that contributes to better informed decisions and policy making on land throughout the world. This report showcases our efforts improve documentation, mapping and monitoring of land governance issues, to promote, inform and enrich global debate on key land issues and to raise awareness on open data principles to strengthen the flow of land governance information at all levels.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    June, 2001
    Eswatini, Mozambique, Africa

    Comparative study of Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique, and Swaziland. Includes why land?, land ownership, its use for economic benefit/survival, the Fogao Africano/Emaseko as an analysis tool, land tenure in law and practice, land use and management, conclusions and recommendations.

  6. Library Resource
    August, 2014
    Vietnam

    The decollectivization of agriculture in
    Vietnam was a crucial step in the country's transition
    to a market economy. But the assignment of land use rights
    had to be decentralized, and local cadres ostensibly had the
    power to corrupt this process. The authors assess the
    realized land allocation against explicit counterfactuals,
    including the simulated allocation implied by a competitive
    market-based privatization. The authors find that 95-99

  7. Library Resource
    March, 2012
    Uganda

    This is the second part of land studies
    on Northern Uganda designed to inform the Peace, Recovery
    and Development Plan (PRDP). This second part of the study,
    undertaken during the second half of 2007 in the Lango and
    Acholi regions, builds on the first phase conducted in 2006
    in the Teso region. This second study has been designed to
    present a more quantitative analysis of trends on disputes
    and claims on land before displacement, during displacement

  8. Library Resource
    August, 2012
    Ethiopia

    This report is about implementing
    low-cost rural land certification. Prior to 1975,
    Ethiopia's land tenure system was complex and
    semi-feudal. Tenure was highly insecure, arbitrary evictions
    were common, and many lands underutilized. High inequality
    of land ownership reduced productivity and investment,
    leading to political grievances and eventually the overthrow
    of the imperial regime in 1975. The Marxist government that

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