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.
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".
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.
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.
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