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Developing a Prototype Gender-Responsive Standard Operating Procedures in Land Administration for National Application in IGAD Region
The development of land administration has been uneven within and among Member States of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). For example, Ethiopia has excelled in securing land rights at scale through nation-wide programs of land certification while it is lagging in the development of unified land administration systems and in the formalization and regularization of urban informal settlements. On the other hand, Uganda has done well in the development of unified, streamlined and computerized nation-wide land administration systems while it is lagging behind in carrying out nation-wide systematic land registration. Like Uganda and Ethiopia, Kenya is doing well in some areas such as physical and land use planning and initiating large programs to formalize rural communities and urban informal settlements and to regularize their land rights but not so well in some areas such as digitization of national land administration systems. The other Member States of IGAD have a long way to go in developing their land administrations. This report aims to support IGAD Member States to learn from the experiences of their own Members in the area of developing core processes and procedures of land administration.
|Prototype Regional SOPs for Land Administration in IGAD.pdf|