This project aimed to pilot a mechanism for joint management of pasture land resources along the Kyrgyz-Tajik border, including by establishing a Joint Council for Community Management of Land as a reconciliation mechanism with Kyrgyz and Tajik members.
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The Kyrgyzstan Land Policy Reform Project (KLPRP) was developed primarily to address problems related to realization of land rights, weakly functioning land markets, and unstable land use management. This project works at the national and local levels to inform local people about their land rights.
The Land Reform and Market Development Project project provided technical assistance for the Land Market Development and Tenure Reform in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The overall goal of this program was to strengthen the developing market economies by (a) facilitating the development of vibrant, modern agricultural markets and (b) by facilitating the creation and development of an urban land market.
Summary: This project under the overall umbrella of the VGGT will serve to develop the capacity of stakeholders to implement improvements to tenure arrangements and thereby promote food security and sustainable development. The project is implemented in 19 countries, namely Malawi, Niger, Senegal, South Africa, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Mali, Uganda, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire; Myanmar, Nepal, Mongolia, Philippines, Indonesia; Kyrgyzstan; Guatemala, Colombia.
The NGO Legal Assistance for Rural Citizens (LARC) helps farmers and rural poor to claim and protect their tenure rights in rural Kyrgyzstan
This is a project where the Norwegian Mapping Authority, SSB and our respective counterparts in Kyrgyzstan will work together in a joint effort to further improve the efficiency of the Kyrgyz institutions, especially in the field of using maps and register information for production and dissemination of statistics. Experience from Norway has shown that both types of organisations gain from working together, and monitoring and reporting on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires cooperation between data owners, producers of maps and producers of statistics.
This list of countries is where an Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) has been COMPLETED.
The LGAF is a diagnostic tool that is implemented at the local level in a collaborative fashion, that addresses the need for guidance to diagnose and benchmark land governance, and that is intended to help countries prioritize reforms and monitor progress over time.
The project consists of three main components:
•Establishing of six permanent reference stations for positioning services. These will complete the reference framework for the entire country and provide more accurate positioing. In addition, 30 GPS receivers will be acquired for surveying of property boundaries
•Improvement of the IT-system for property registration. Today, this system is spread over several different components. This project will seek to harmonise the components and create one system.
The programme is building on the positive experience of LMDP I and expanding the activities to increase livestock productivity in the regions of Issyk-Kul, Naryn Oblasts, Batken, Jalal-abad and Osh region of Osh to enhance climate resilience reflected in improved and equitable returns to livestock farmers, directly benefiting 304,000 households.