This document examines LIFT’s current understanding of the progress of, and constraints to, land certificate distribution and collection. It comprises an analysis of survey data conducted in 2017 and historic second level land certification (SLLC) progress data, supported by field observations and input from LIFT stakeholders. The document proposes several strategic recommendations to enable LIFT to ensure certificate distribution to landholders.
Tools and guidelines Programme theme:Land tenure and certification Type of resource:
Strategy Year produced:
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This study conducted by LIFT looks at the underlying causes for landholders to informally transact their land use rights as opposed to registering them, and provides a statistically significant estimate for the percentage of formally registered land transactions.
Focus area: Research Programme theme:
Land administration Type of resource: Research summary Year produced: 2019
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