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pdf.png Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa - Country Report Swaziland (Eng - 2012) HOT

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The aim of this report is to capture the lessons learned during a joint visit to Swaziland by teams from IFAD and the Secretariat of the Global Land Tools Network (GLTN), organised as part of the Tenure Security Learning Initiative - Eastern & Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA). It is one of a number of reports on country visits, the objective of which is to develop a better understanding of the tenure issues faced by IFAD-supported projects in these countries and to examine some of the tools and strategies adopted to deal with these. These visits form part of the overall strategy of the TSLI-ESA, which is to identify common issues and to enhance lesson sharing and knowledge management on land-related tools amongst the various projects and country partners.



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pdf.png Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa - Country Report Rwanda (Eng - 2012) HOT

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The aim of this report is to capture some lessons from IFAD projects being implemented in Rwanda. It is produced as part of the Tenure Security Learning Initiative - Eastern & Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA). It is one of a number of reports on different country visits or contexts, the objective of which is to develop a better understanding of the tenure issues faced by IFAD-supported projects in these countries and to examine some of the tools and strategies adopted to deal with these. These visits and country reports form part of the overall strategy of the TSLI-ESA, which is to identify common issues and to enhance lesson sharing and knowledge management on land-related tools amongst the various projects and country partners.



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pdf.png Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa - Country Report Uganda (Eng - 2012) HOT

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The aim of this report is to capture the lessons learned from a number of visits to Uganda by staff from IFAD and the Secretariat of the Global Land Tools Network (GLTN); it forms part of the Tenure Security Learning Initiative - Eastern & Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA). It is one of a number of reports on IFAD-supported projects in a number of countries, with the overall objective of developing a better understanding of the tenure issues faced by these projects and of examining some of the tools and strategies adopted to deal with these. The country reports form part of the overall strategy of the TSLI-ESA, which is to identify common issues and to enhance lesson sharing and knowledge management on land-related tools amongst the various projects and country partners.



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pdf.png Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa - Country Report Kenya (Eng - 2012) HOT

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The aim of this report is to capture the lessons learned during a joint visit to Kenya by teams from IFAD and the Global Land Tools Network (GLTN), organised as part of the Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA). It is one of a number of reports on country visits, the objective of which is to develop a better understanding of the tenure issues faced by IFAD-supported projects in these countries and to examine some of the tools and strategies adopted to deal with these issues. These visits form part of the overall strategy of the TSLI-ESA, which is to identify common issues and to enhance lesson sharing and knowledge management on land-related tools amongst the various projects and country partners.



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pdf.png Expert Group Meeting of the Global Land Indicators Initiative (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Over 25 internationals experts met and agreed to propose 4 promising land indicators to support the post-2015 development agenda. Participants at the meeting also agreed on roadmap to advance the global land indicators. The expert group meeting was attended by representatives of multilateral and bilateral organisations, governments, research and training institutions, civil society organizations. The meeting was convened by the Millennium Challenge Corporation, UN-Habitat and the World Bank. The Global Land Tool Network provided the technical and financial support for the meeting.



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pdf.png Land and Natural Resources Tenure Security Learning Initiative for East and Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA) - Phase 1 (Eng - 2013) HOT

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This report provides an overview of the achievements and learning from the Phase 1 of the Tenure Security Learning Initiative - East & Southern Africa (TSLI-ESA) Project. It also looks ahead to strategies for scaling up the initiatives, and to the second phase of the TSLI-ESA project.

 

The main objective of the TSLI-ESA Phase 1 Project has been to identify common land and natural resources tenure issues and to enhance lesson sharing and knowledge management on land-related tools and approaches amongst the various projects, country stakeholders and partners. Building from the learning and experience from Phase 1, the goal of the second phase is to contribute to the development and integration of pro-poor land tools and approaches for securing land and natural resource rights into development programmes in the select countries in East and Southern Africa.

 

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pdf.png The GLTN Capacity Development Strategy (Eng - 2013) HOT

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The challenge of capacity development is one of the most difficult areas for individuals and institutions working to improve the livelihoods and security of the world’s poorest people. This challenge deeply affects the implementation of projects, programmes and activities, and the ability to sustain them or to build on and take them further. Effective, long-term capacity cannot be developed easily, haphazardly, or quickly.

Until recently, developing capacity was seen mainly as the transfer of knowledge and skills from the "experts" to development partners; the word it has most often been equated with is "training". A welcome shift from this perspective is underway. Capacity development is increasingly recognised as a complex process that requires an integrated approach, designed to deal with particular situations in a comprehensive manner.

An important part of this recognition is that successful and sustainable implementation depends on multiple factors, including the social and political context in which it occurs, the structure and influence of the various organisations and individuals involved, ownership of development ideas and aims, the priorities on the ground, and the extent of existing leadership abilities, skills and commitment of the people involved.

 

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pdf.png Huambo Land Readjustment: Urban Legal Case Studies - Volume 1 (Eng - 2013) HOT

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This publication focuses on an area of significant interest to UN-Habitat: the potential of land readjustment as a tool to deliver serviced land at scale in developing countries. The potential benefits for urban development of a good land readjustment process and outcome are significant. These benefits include land value sharing as an effective means to distribute costs, enhanced community engagement, and an enhanced capacity for authorities to reshape urban areas to meet current and future demands.

 

These characteristics mean that land readjustment can improve working relationships between landowners, developers and public authorities, including through publicprivate partnerships. Importantly for UN-Habitat, land readjustment could do this while limiting the growth of informal settlements and addressing key needs of the poor, such as adequate shelter and affordable access to the economic life of urban areas.

 

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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Participatory & Inclusive Land Readjustment II - Egypt (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Participatory & Inclusive Land Readjustment II (Mohammad Abou Samra & Mohamed Nada)

  1. Defining Informal Areas
  2. Typologies of Informal Areas in Egypt
  3. Formal Classification of Informal Areas
  4. Government Reactions
  5. Different modes of interventions
  6. Hai Al Salaam - Ismailia
  7. Hai Al-Salaam - Original Area
  8. Hai Al-Salaam – Extension Area
  9. Hai- Al-Salaam: Pros and Cons
  10. Hai Al-Salaam, Ismailia - 1978
  11. Hai Al-Salaam, Ismailia - 1997
  12. Hai Al-Salaam, Ismailia – Before upgrading
  13. Hai Al-Salaam, Ismailia – After upgrading



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Participatory & Inclusive Land Readjustment - Egypt (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Participatory & Inclusive Land Readjustment (Mohammad Abou Samra & Mohamed Nada)

  1. Egypt, the story of the two lands!!
  2. Institutional Mechanism Governing Land Tenure in Egypt
  3. Institutional Mechanism Governing Land Tenure in Land outside the Zimmam
  4. Institutional Mechanism Governing Land Tenure in Land Inside the Zimmam
  5. The First Known Land Cadastre - Old Egypt 3000BC
  6. National Land Administration System: key Challenges
  7. Challenge (01): Centralization and Fragmentation of Planning and Land Administration
  8. Challenge (02): Excessive Fiscal Centralization
  9. Local admin expenditure as a % of total budget expenditure
  10. Current and capital local admin expenditure
  11. Implication of fiscal centralization on slums upgrading and land subdivision
  12. Challenge (03): Weak local government capacity
  13. Challenge (04): Very Slow Reform in the Process of Undertaking Land Registration
  14. Challenge (05): Complicated & Costly Land Registration process
  15. Challenge (06): Outdated Approaches to Registration Process
  16. PILaR, is it feasible? What other alternatives are you planning to adopt?
  17. Strategy for Reforming Land Administration In Egypt

 



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pdf.png Community-Driven City-wide Upgrading, Key to Inclusive City Development - Experiences from Asia and Thailand (Eng - 2013) HOT

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The needs and challenges to work at scale on city-wide not the projects approach:

  1. Active demand-driven ; Support urban poor communities to be active actors and owner of projects
  2. City-wide; make change at the real scale of the problems covering all poor communities in the city. Decentralize the work to communities and cities to work as partners in city joint development process
  3. New finance system to support building new active community finance and City Development Fund
  4. Build strong community and solve poverty Develop secure housing with integrated approach; better social, economic, democratic, and healthy community



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Situations to resolve (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Land Readjustment in slums: Situations to resolve

Consultative Workshop for PSUP countries:

'Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): new opportunities for slum upgrading and governance improvement'

Nairobi 28 - 30 August 2013



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): General Overview (Eng - 2013) HOT

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PILaR: General Overview

  1. What
  2. How it works
  3. Where we are
  4. Why we believe
  5. When
  6. Achievements
  7. Feasibility in your country



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Land Readjustment in slums - the concept (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Consultative Workshop for PSUP countries:

Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): new opportunities for slum upgrading and governance improvement

Nairobi 28/30 August 2013.

 



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Rwanda (Eng - 2013) HOT

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Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment (PILaR): Rwanda - Main slide titles;

  1. What we understand by Land Readjustment
  2. Experiences of Land Readjustment in our country (highly informal contexts)
  3. Our national Land Administration System: institutions involved, roles, interactions, obstacles, lacks and possible solutions for a better system
  4. Land tenure-systematic land registration
  5. Obstacles, lacks and possible solutions for a better system
  6. Land Administration
  7. The slum situation at national level (slum upgrading policy, land policy if any) Current Status
  8. National Land Policy
  9. Land cadaster and register of slums
  10. Benefits of land registration in slum upgrading
  11. Land and housing appraisal of slums
  12. Obstacles & Opportunities
  13. Working programme of slum upgrading using land readjustment
  14. Technical support expected

 



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