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Addressing the Information Requirements of the Urban Poor
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  • Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) - Brochure 2014
    The benefits of implementing effective land administration and information systems are enormous and include contributing to poverty alleviation, securing tenure, managing  land disputes, improving inclusive planning, managing natural resources and protecting the environment. However, in developing countries, 70 per cent of land parcels or ownership units are not covered by any formal land registration and information systems. Land occupied by slum dwellers is part of this 70 per cent as they have no legal, documented and registered land rights.

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    Languages: English
    Themes: Land & Tenure
    Countries: Uganda
    Branch/Office: Urban Legislation, Land and Governance Branch
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