4 edition of Requirements for establishing land-information systems in cities in Sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Requirements for establishing land-information systems in cities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Urban Management Program ;, 8, Urban Management Program (Series) ;, 8.|
|LC Classifications||HD968 .D8713 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||92027326|
In sub-Saharan Africa, 90% of new urban settlements are taking the form of slums. These are especially vulnerable to climate change impacts as they are usually built on hazardous sites in high-risk locations. Even in developed countries unplanned or informal urban development is a major issue. systems land rights policy model post poor process areas social rwanda registration management responsible land based land tenure responsible land administration local land governance You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other.
Contents. Agriculture Information Bulletins by Title; Agriculture Information Bulletins by Number - ; Subject Index (with links to Bulletin Title) ; The National Agricultural Library call number of each Agriculture Information Bulletin is (), where xxx . Business reports, countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have been at the forefront of implementing reforms to reduce the time, cost, and procedures for transferring property: during –11, Sub-Saharan Africa recorded the highest number of reforms (49) making it easier to register property, followed by Europe and Central Asia, with 34 reforms.
This is below the sub-Saharan Africa average of 55 points and shows severe regression since  In view of these data, and going beyond Government rhetoric in favour of gender equality, civil society is calling for more concrete action to combat inequality in areas where it still persists. During the past decade many countries, particularly those in sub-Saharan Africa, have engaged in structured land policy and legal reform processes. In all cases, the process has taken longer to bear fruit than had been anticipated, because of the failure to appreciate at the outset the complex and highly contested nature of reforming land.
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Provides a review of the efforts and experience of Ghana and Uganda in developing and implementing computerized Land Information Systems (LISs). In many Sub-Saharan African countries, the performance of land administration remains adversely affected by numerous issues, such as inefficient land transaction procedures, land administration systems.
Agricultural Land Redistribution and Land Administration in Sub-Saharan Africa Byamugisha Chapter 5 Developing Land Information Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: Experiences and Lessons from Uganda and Ghana recently published book on land governance in Africa, Securing Africa’s Land for Shared Prosperity.
Uganda’s land information management system with great interest for this reason. In South Africa the cadastral system covers percent of the country but percent of South Africans live outside the system.
Most of these people live in the former homeland areas. South Africa also has a fully fledged Spatial Data Infrastructure, which. The six case studies in this book were prepared as background studies for a synthesis report on land administration and reform in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) recently published by the World Bank (Byamugisha ).
Here, I will describe the two common land administration systems found in Sub-Saharan Africa: statutory and customary systems.
While both systems. Since the price spikes of and the renewed interest in smallholder agriculture as an engine for poverty reduction, land tenure has again become an issue of focus for the development community, especially in the rural areas of Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, and South Asia.
Some development experts argue that strengthening the property rights of the rural poor leads to increased.
Land Issues in Cities in Sub-Saharan Africa 1 The Example of Bamako, Mali 2 Purpose of the Study, Positioning in Relation to Existing Literature, and Organization of the Work 6 Notes 9 References.
One of the fundamental impediments to achieving functional real estate markets, and that has proved to be intractable in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), is the way land information is managed .Author: Camilla Toulmin.
ICT systems for mapping and land information systems have become more widely available, bringing automated cadastral systems within closer reach. New projects have been designed to pilot decentralised land registration.
In some cases, such as Ghana and South Africa, traditional authorities have re-asserted their roles as land rights. Managing Ethiopian Cities in an Era of Rapid Urbanisation. standards of Sub-Saharan Africa and very high volatility.
Hence Managing Ethiopian Cities in an Era of Rapid Urbanisation. CITIES TRANSFORMED TABLE Percentages of Urban Women of Reproductive Age Who Are Recent Migrants, by City Population Size and Region DHS Surveys in Region North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Southeast Asia South, Central, West Asia Latin America City Population Size Undertoto.
"Agricultural Land Redistribution and Land Administration in Sub-Saharan Africa: Case Studies of Recent Reforms focuses on “how” to undertake land reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa, but with.
The manual primarily speaks to the problem in sub-Saharan Africa, but the principles behind the investigative methodology presented could be applied elsewhere. Some further tips and examples can be found in Transparency International’s resource book of women, corruption and land (, b.).
land lease policy in addis ababa 74 As technology advanced and the diﬀerential endowments of management skills, labor and other non-land productive assets among individuals assumed increasing importance, the lack of transferability of property rights adversely aﬀected productivity, even if individual use rights were secured over the long term.
Abstract. This chapter focuses on the challenges and opportunities related to the provision of land and infrastructure for affordable housing. It drills down on three key challenges impeding the supply of affordable housing in Africa: poor land governance and weak management systems; the multiplicity of conflicting land tenure regimes; and the rapid growth of low-density, informal residential Author: El-hadj M.
Bah, Issa Faye, Zekebweliwai F. Geh. The policy propositions were compared with actual implementation and the outcomes that occurred within the period. Decentralisation of land administration in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) Over the past few decades, there have been major structural changes in land administration and by: 9.
Suggested Citation:"5 Geographic Data for Sustainable Development I: Framework Data."National Research Council. Down to Earth: Geographic Information for Sustainable Development in gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / Trading Places is about a new understanding of how people living in African cities access land and renegotiate real estate markets. It is the result of seven years of work developing pro-poor interventions to make urban land markets work better.
The work included build-ing up a new body of evidence, engaging in policy change processes,Cited by: This Topic Guide, Planning for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities in the Global South, explores the poverty and environmental challenges facing cities of the global South, and current thinking on how urban planning and management of the built and natural environment can be.
Gasant JACOBS, South Africa. Keywords: Desilisor, GELIS, Land Administration System, OpenSource, Proprietary Technology, Sub Sahara Africa. PREAMBLE This paper was inspired by the World Bank publication inAgricultural Land Redistribution and Land Administration in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Case Studies of Recent Reforms. The use of land consolidation on customary lands has been limited, though land fragmentation persists. Land fragmentation on customary lands has two main causes—the nature of the customary land tenure system, and the somewhat linked agricultural system.
Since attempts to increase food productivity on customary lands have involved fertilisation and mechanisation on the small and scattered Cited by: 2.Inan estima km (7, mi) of road, one of the most intensive systems in all of Africa, radiated through Rwanda, but only about km ( mi) were paved.
Five principal roads connect Kigali to other Rwandan cities, and an asphalted road connects Butare and Cyangugu.Integrating Multiple Systems Legal Title and Housing Improvement Legal Title and Access to Formal Finance Case Study: Ashanti Kingdom, Ghana Importance of Land in Ghana Ashanti Kumasi Common Land Ownership and Colonial Influence Socially Determined Land-use systems Land Tenure.