The Case for Thinking Local: Community Driven Land Information Systems

For the last decade, the international development community has – at great expense – repeatedly and unsuccessfully worked to create sustainable large-scale and cost-effective modern land tenure systems for emerging economies. In Ghana, the World Bank spent many millions building a land registry which was plagued by delays, costs overruns, and inefficiencies . In Mongolia,...
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LandBulletin Editorial

An estimated 70 percent of land in emerging economies is undocumented. In rural areas, from Chad to Cambodia, a majority of smallholders farm without the security of having legal rights to their land. In urban areas, from Delhi to Durban, an estimated 25 percent of residents live in homes to which they have no documented...
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New Report: LandDebate on Open Data and Transparency in Land Governance

Dozens of the world’s experts on land and open data participated in an on-line discussion aimed at raising awareness of the relationship between open data and land governance, exploring the the links between transparency and poverty alleviation and food security in September 2016. The Cadasta Foundation and the LandPortal Foundation, which facilitated the discussion, have...
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