To support and obtain an effective Land Administration System (LA) and Land Data and Information Management.


  • Changes in AGENDAS
    • The state and private sectors agree on a new  LA and DM perspective for effective land governance and management frameworks supporting diverse land rights. The parliament’s High-Level Panel promoted a change in the LA agenda, and the government adopted the proposals in theory without outlining any action plans. Conceptual clarity on Land Administration.
    • The government and private sector acknowledge the central role of Land Administration in improving land governance and actively promoting it and recognise that the current system is out of date and constitutionally questionable since it does not support the rights of the majority of citizens.
    • The government allocates sufficient resources to policy changes (e.g., a Green and White Paper on LA) and supports land related services such as planning, mapping, recording and registration.
    • The government embarks on a participatory process of reviewing the law through the Law Reform Commission to scrutinise the old and new order laws in developing a coherent and holistic legal framework.
    • The government, private sector, and civil society acknowledge the need for new land data infrastructure and techniques for Land Information Systems (LIMS). It also engages with new technologies and processes for Data Management using Open Government Data (ODG) and Open Data that promotes integrated, interoperable and compatible land data sets accessible to the public.
    • Improvement in Land Administration and Data Management facilitates monitoring and evaluation of land-related issues and tenure.
  • Changes in POLICIES
    • Land policy review and assessment of new approaches to land governance, LA and Data Management is initiated.
    • Multi-stakeholder forum agrees on evaluating the elements of new LA and Data Management approaches in various contexts.
    • Government embarks on Green Paper and White Paper on Land Administration.
    • Develop a Land Administration framework law and Land Adjudication Act.
    • Institutionalise a vehicle to drive legal reform in LA.
    • Land-related policies and laws are reviewed and synchronised with the new LA framework that recognises all legitimate land rights, e.g., adjudication, succession and inheritance, planning, valuation, taxation law.
    • Record legal enforcement of Protected rights.
    • Introduce a new curricula in tertiary institutions to accommodate new approaches to Land Administration.
    • Inclusive public participation in policy reviewing and piloting.
    • Bridge the gap between law and practice.
    • Draft budgets for implementation, training, and M&E.
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