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Count me in , Surveying for tenure security
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    This book is about involving and engaging urban poor communities in one of the first steps of any participatory planning or upgrading initiative. It describes how we can use “participatory enumerations” a surveying method used to gain better knowledge of the needs and priorities of the community. It presents and analyses existing and novel applications of participatory enumerations to enhance tenure security and improve urban land management.

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    ISBN: 978-92-1-132228-6
    HS Number: 118/10E
    Series Title: - Not available -
    Pages: 174
    Year: 2010
    Publisher: UN-HABITAT
    Co-Publisher : - Not available -
    Languages: English
    Themes: Land & Tenure
    Countries: Botswana
    Branch/Office: Land, Tenure & Property Administration
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    Another eye opener on participatory planning from UN-HABITAT. A must read for all stakeholders. Surajudeen Oluseyi, MOMODU
    The failure of most planning practices in developing countries is due to lesser recognition given to the informal sector of the urban economy. In most developing countries informal sector of the economy contributes most to the urban economy while most of our planning models originating from the developed countries concentrate mostly on the formal sector of the urban economy, thereby making the models not practicable in developing countries. This new technique will make planning more practicable. TPL, Dr. Abubakar Sadiq Sani, MNITP
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