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Tanzania Land Tenure Support Programme

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07/15 - 06/22

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General

The Tanzania Land Tenure Support Programme, aims at building a basis for resolving the issues that constrain the contribution of the Tanzania's land sector in achieving the country broader development goals. The programme is expected to achieve results that will improve the transparency and efficiency of land governance and administration. In the next three years, the programme shall establish a roadmap for long term support to the land sector that will contribute to implement the revised Strategic Plan for Implementation of Land Laws - SPILL. During the three years period the key focus will be to implement the three major activities : 1. Enhancing transparency and benefits of large scale land deals through providing information on land tenure and possible benefit-sharing models; 2. Policy and institutional development to reach consensus on interpreting and implementing the existing legal and policy framework, clarify institutional roles and mandates, improve institutional interaction and improve dispute settlement procedures; and 3. Land tenure regularization (LTR) in two pilot districts, based on refined, low cost methodology and more accurate information. A Team of International and National Experts will managed the programme, through a Programme implementing Unit with defined guidance from Operational Management Manual.

Objectives

Transparent and accountable land governance and effective land administration systems in Tanzania (Pilot in 3 Districts of Kilombero, Ulanga and Malinyi). -Transparency and benefits of large land deals -Policy and institutional development -Regularisation of land tenure in pilot districts