This side event will demonstrate the findings of the diagnostic contextual assessment of land data interoperability and the gains achieved in capacity building at national level.
1. To demonstrate best practices in GLTN’s interventions on documenting rights along the continuum of land rights.
2. To showcase dividends of establishing a land data infrastructure at national level.
3. To demonstrate best practices in institutionalizing the generation of land data and statistics at national level and bridging the data-policy-practice gap for enhanced land governance and tenure security.
Nicholas Ndawula, Ministry of Lands, Uganda
Emmanuel Tembo, National Land Titling Programme, Zambia
Dominique Kasongo, National Statistics Office, DRC
Mamadou Mballo, Land Management Specialist, UN-Habitat/GLTN, DRC
The session will attract experts from a land governance, management, and tenure background as well as development economists and other practitioners in the land-data value chain.