Effective land administration is key to agricultural productivity and sustainable rural development. How does this work in practice though? How does land tenure security help people improve their living conditions in an environmentally sustainable way? In a new project, we are exploring these linkages at ground level.
Support the cadastral and mapping agency of Indonesia (ATR/BPN) in the organisational and institutional transition needed to reach the Indonesian government’s ambition to map all land parcels in Indonesia before 2025.
Up to 60% of the rural population in Colombia does not have legal proof of ownership over their land. At the current pace it will take centuries to realise tender security for all. This project aims at speeding up the process by applying an innovative methodology.
Strengthening land use planning and agricultural restructuring are pillars for a sustainable development in Vietnam. Together with RVO, we provide support based on our experience with land consolidation to foster agricultural development.
In 2011 the first version of the Land Administration Information System (LAIS) was launched. In 2020 the upgraded LAIS system (version 4.0) will be ready to support the updating and maintenance of the land Registry in Rwanda.
Kadaster supports, together with colleagues from Spain, their colleagues in Belarus in the project ‘Strengthening the capacity for geospatial data management and interoperability of the National Cadastral Agency (NCA)’.
The countries of the Western Balkan have the ambition to improve geospatial information harmonisation. The use of reliable and authoritative geospatial information will make policy and decision-making more efficient, and society will benefit from the transparency.
In Benin the Agence National du Domain et Foncier (ANDF), the government agency responsible for land administration, is a relatively new organisation, founded in 2016. To be able to benefit from the experiences in the Netherlands, ANDF formed a partnership with Kadaster International.
The National Land Registry in Mozambique, the 'Direcção Nacional de Terras (DINAT)', is responsible for the implementation of the ‘GESTERRA’ programme. The purpose of this programma is “improved national capacity for land management and land administration to respond to the needs of all land users".
Land as a scarce resource, requires the Bhutanese government to make choices regarding the use of the land in a sustainable way. The development of a national land use zoning plan and data sharing protocol will enable the government to make informed decisions.
A 'Roadmap Digital Archiving Jordan DLS' has been developed in close cooperation between experts from the Department of Lands and Survey (DLS) in Jordan and Kadaster. This roadmap proposes the further modernisation of the DLS.
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