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Land use planning for land tenure security – Draft Proceedings, 2014

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Land use planning for land tenure security - Draft Proceedings, 2014

lup-workshopInternational Consultative Workshop
25-26 September 2014 | Feldafing, Germany

Land use planning, particularly the one that adheres participatory processes and community based practices is critically important for various development objectives including regulation of land uses, reduction of land conflicts, food security, agricultural development and community empowerment.

The project will benefit considerably from the experience of GLTN partners on these aspects, including country-specific experiences. The Project will therefore actively incorporate experiences and lessons learned from other partners and known organizations working on this thematic area.

This workshop is considered as the main platform for materializing this contribution. The project will progressively transform the manual to a training package, which will be tested by TUM and other GLTN/TUM academic partners in their respective training programs. Once the course has been tested and enriched as necessary, it will be disseminated for use and application by GLTN partners and other interested stakeholders.

The workshop was part of an on-going consultation to identify and discuss key aspects to be included in the LUP tool, with special focus on land tenure security issues.

Authors: Fahria Masum, Jorge Espinoza, Anna Leitmeier, Eugene Chigbu, Samuel Mabikke, Danilo Anotonio

Sponsors: The Netherlands Government, Norwegian Government, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Technische Universität München.

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