The Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA) project seeks to develop a robust, enduring, and Afghan-owned and managed land market framework that encourages investment and productivity growth, resolves/mitigates land-based conflict, and builds confidence in the legitimacy of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA).
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The USAID ProParque team is helping Honduras develop sound management of its natural resources in a way that complements the country’s economic and social development. The project works with the Government of Honduras to strengthen the nation’s protected area management system, improve biodiversity and natural resource management, and facilitate rural enterprise growth, climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, land tenure, and clean energy development.
The purpose of the USAID/Uganda Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Peace and Equity (SAFE) program is to support peace building and conflict mitigation in Uganda by strengthening mechanisms for resolution of conflicts over land, oil and ethnic diversity. This project will further enhance the capacity of local actors to prevent violent conflict and transform them into peaceful outcomes while promoting reconciliation.
The project secured collective land rights for surviving Hadzabe hunter–gatherer and Datoga pastoralist groups, and improved the governance of village lands in 11 neighbouring village areas in the Yaeda-Mangola area, east of Lake Eyasi, in Northern Tanzania, which forms an important wildlife and mobile human land use corridor.
The project has the general objective of increasing the capacity of ANCPI in the implementation of the EU Directive on the harmonization and sharing of geographic information domestically and internationally and will be implemented in partnership with the Norwegian Mapping Authority and Registers Iceland.
Property Registration system, coooperation with the national bureau for statistics
Assistance with procurement of diverse hardware and software needed for establishing a modern National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI)
This project aims to enhance capacity for dealing with the risk for floods and other natural hazards in Pakistan by producing test data for a small pilot area. The project consists of three components:
Summary: This project under the overall umbrella of the VGGT will serve to develop the capacity of stakeholders to implement improvements to tenure arrangements and thereby promote food security and sustainable development. The project is implemented in 19 countries, namely Malawi, Niger, Senegal, South Africa, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Mali, Uganda, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire; Myanmar, Nepal, Mongolia, Philippines, Indonesia; Kyrgyzstan; Guatemala, Colombia.
The objective of the project is to develop an open source enterprise software application that supports core cadastre and registration functions. The project will provide support for the customization of the initial SOLA software and its implementation in Nigeria.
The project will establish an open source community of users and developers around the SOLA software and improve sustainability, efficiency and transparency.