Establishment of Latin America Land Administration Network (LALAN) | Land Portal

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Abril 2019
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Networks of academic and higher education institutions are proven platforms for knowledge sharing and experiences in education exchange. During the International Workshop LALA LADM+, 5-9 November 2018 in Quito Ecuador, organized by Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE (ESPE University) Ecuador and Kadaster International together with Faculty ITC University of Twente from the Netherlands, Latin America Land Administration Network - LALAN was established. Representatives from seven countries from Latin American continent, Spain and the Netherlands were present at the workshop. The objective of this network is to: perform activities that can support capacity development and sharing knowledge in both fit-for-purpose and responsible land administration within the Latin America Land Administration Network of education institutions. This paper presents the process of establishment of LALAN, the network’s objective and planned activities for the coming period.

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Todorovski, D.
Salazar, Rodolfo
Jacome, Ginella
Lemmen, C.H.J.
Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-Information Management
Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation

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