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pdf.png Costing and Financing of Land Administration Services (CoFLAS) in Developing Countries HOT

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Costing and Financing of Land Administration Services (CoFLAS) in Developing CountriesThe GLTN partners have identified and agreed upon 18 key land tools that are deemed necessary to address poverty and land issues at country level. The Costing and Financing of Land Administration Services (CoFLAS) is one of these tools, originally referred to as ‘modernising the land agencies budgetary approach’. This document sets out the development and initial formulation of CoFLAS, providing a decision-support tool and methodology across the process of costing and financing of land administration services (LAS) in developing countries. The underlying assumption of the tool is that without modernizing the way services are provided in land offices and making them effective, cost efficient, affordable and sustainable, developing countries will find it difficult to ensure secure access to land and property to all including the poor and the vulnerable.



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pdf.png Social Tenure Domain Model – A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Social Tenure Domain ModelThis brief gives an overview of the land information system, with a focus on the challenges that inspired its development and its real life applications all over the world.



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pdf.png Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment – A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Participatory and Inclusive Land Readjustment – A briefThis brief gives an overview of PILaR, which is the mechanism through which land units that have different owners and claimants are combined into a single area through a participatory and inclusive process for unified planning, re-parceling and development. The benefits of the tool and the partners involved are also highlighted.



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pdf.png Land Based Financing - A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Land Based Financing - A briefThis brief presents Land Based Financing, a collective name given to a range of tools by which local governments could expand their revenue base and generate funds that will help them realize their service delivery, infrastructure development and maintenance goals.



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pdf.png Improving women’s access to land in Eastern DRC: Challenges and emerging opportunities (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Improving women’s access to land in Eastern DRC: Challenges and emerging opportunitiesAccess to land and natural resources is essential to social and economic development, providing housing, food and livelihood security. In eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, rural and indigenous populations exist in tenuous tenure security situations, and the reasons for conflicts over land are many and varied, ranging from natural resource exploitation to ethnic conflict to state weakness. Over two decades of armed conflict has caused massive displacement, severely impacting women and children many of whom are widows and orphans. However, long before these stressors, customary land practices had systematically discriminated against women, denying them control and security in the land that they work for their husbands and fathers.

This publication explores the challenges faced by women in their struggle to gain access and control to land despite government efforts.

 



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pdf.png Certificates of customary ownership: Experiences from the District Livelihood Support Programme in Uganda (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Customary OwnershipThis is a synthesis report of a research that sought to document experiences in the issuance of Certificates of Customary Ownership (CCO) piloted under the District Livelihood Support Programme in the Ministry of Local Government, Uganda.



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pdf.png The Global Land Tool Network - A brief (Ar - 2015) HOT

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GLTN brochureThis brochure of the Global Land Tool Network (in Arabic) describes the vision and objectives of GLTN in the context of the global land challenge. The brochure explains how GLTN works, the thematic areas within which it works and lists all the partners who are in the global network.



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pdf.png Ejido land tenure and registration system: Mexico case study - Synthesis report (Eng - 2015) HOT

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Ejido Land tenureThis report summarizes a case study of the Mexican ejido community tenure system. Mexico was selected for this case study because of the rich history and extensive scale of the country’s community land tenure and registration systems. This community system covers 52% of the area of Mexico, roughly equivalent to the size of Egypt, and comprises over 30 000 communities. The ejido system emanated from the Mexican revolution (1910-1917) and represents a case where the customary system of land has been largely integrated into the statutory system. The case study is particularly relevant to countries which are trying to accommodate customary land systems within a formal land registration system.



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pdf.png Development by people and not just for people - Recommendations on land and natural resources rights (Eng - 2015) HOT

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pdf iconThese are the recommendations on land and natural resources rights and management for the Zero Draft of the Outcome Document for the UN Summit to adopt the Post-2015 Development Agenda



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pdf.png Gender Evaluation Criteria - A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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gec briefThis two-page brief on Gender Evaluation Criteria gives an overview of the tool, the benefits and describes how widespread the tool has become.



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pdf.png The Continuum of Land Rights - A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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continuum briefThis two-page brief on The Continuum of Land Rights gives an overview including the GLTN definition of the continuum, with a mention of the partners involved in researching the concept.



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pdf.png Land Use Planning for Tenure Security - A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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lup briefA two-page brief on the Land Use Planning for Tenure Security tool. This brief on a new tenure security enhancement approach for developing countries gives an overview of the tool, an update of the progress made so far as well as the benefits the tool has to offer.



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pdf.png Land Use Planning for Land Tenure Security - International Consultative Workshop (Draft Report) HOT

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lup germanyOne of the tools of GLTN is Land Use Planning (LUP). GLTN has already produced related spatial planning tools but with special focus on urban areas. This time, GLTN, GIZ and TUM are collaborating in the development of a land use planning tool intended for rural and urban contexts along with the development of a related training package. The main focus of this tool will be the role of land use planning in strengthening land tenure security.
The two main objectives of the project are:
i. Building from GIZ’s Manual on Land Use Planning (LUP) as starting point, the Project will develop a robust land use planning tool, with special focus on land tenure security and applications in developing countries, incorporating concrete experiences and good practices from other organizations and countries;
ii. To develop a training package from the enhanced land use planning tool.
Land use planning, particularly the one that adheres to participatory processes and communitybased 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.
This 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.



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pdf.png Costing and Financing Land Administration Services CoFLAS - A brief (Eng - 2015) HOT

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A two-page brief on the Costing and Financing Land Administration Services (CoFLAS) detailing an overview and benefits of the tool and the partners involved.



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pdf.png Framework for Costing and Financing Land Administration Services CoFLAS (Eng - 2015) HOT

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coflasThe Costing and Financing of Land Administration Services directly addresses one of the 18 core land tools identified by GLTN, being “modernising the land agencies budgetary approach”. This document provides a practical implementation guide that accompanies the overarching CoFLAS Tool Document.

CoFLAS is essentially a decision-support tool for land administration. It prompts discussion on a country’s readiness for land reform, and provides a series of templates to assist public agencies to identify the core needs and necessary investment for land reform processes. The outcome of a CoFLAS assessment is a series of reports that guide decision making with regard to land reform, identifying the cost-implications of decisions and supporting fit-for-purpose approaches.

This document provides guidance to implementing to CoFLAS tool.



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