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Paperless organization

The Kadaster in Jordan (Department of Land and Surveys; DLS) has the Prime Minister's assignment of being a paperless organization by 2020.

Providing security during reconstruction in Nepal

Many inhabitants of Nepal are still experiencing the consequences of the 2015 disastrous earthquakes. Most of the houses in the earthquake-affected areas have been damaged or destroyed. In three of those areas land administration experts from Nepal, together with international experts from the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) and Kadaster, are working on methods to accelerate reconstruction.

Expert group on land administration in Colombia

Proper land administration is a key issue for peace in Colombia. The Colombian Government is leading a pilot project to look for the best way to register land in several municipalities in Colombia.

Accessibility declaration

The Kadaster pays considerable attention to user-friendliness and accessibility. Everyone must be able to easily use and view the information on the Kadaster websites.


Rights, liability and intellectual property rights

MoU with Indonesian cadastre

The Director of Kadaster International, Kees de Zeeuw, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Gabriel Triwibawa, Director Planning and Cooperation of the Indonesian Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning (ATR/BPN).