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Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologiesKeywords: Automated Data-Validation, FOSS, LADM based on INTERLIS, Model-Driven Approach, Multipurpose Cadastre Colombia
Development and Employment of a LADM Implementing Toolkit in Colombia
1BSF Swissphoto AG, Switzerland; 2Cadastre Subdirectorate, Instituto Geográfico Agustín Codazzi, Colombia; 3Office for Geoinformation, Canton of Solothurn, Switzerland
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Topics: Delivering land administration services at scaleKeywords: Land Administration, Cadastre, Fit-for-purpose
Improving Land Administration in Brazil: re-engineering Cadastre using LADM
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Topics: Delivering land administration services at scale
Models Of Interaction Between Land Registries, Cadasters, and Land Tenure Systems
Habitat for Humanity International LAC Region, Peru
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Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologiesKeywords: Data access, Land information, Land registration, Searches
Land Registration Data Standards, Interoperability and Data Access in Kenya
1Ministry of Lands - Kenya, Kenya (MoL); 2Technical University of Kenya (TUK); 3The University of Nairobi (UoN)
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Innovation Fair - Lightning Talk (geospatial, cloud, data technologies)
Innovative Rural Cadastre Development in Ethiopia
1NIRAS, Responsible and Innovative Land Administration(REILA)Project, Ethiopia; 2Hansa Luftbild, Germany; 3Ministry of Agriculture Natural Source (MoANR),Rural Land Administration and Use Directorate (RLAUD), Ethiopia
Eskedar Zelalem is a geoinformation professional with around 10 years’ of experience working with national and international organizations in the area of urban cadastre and geodata management.
She earned a BSc. in Computer Science and IT from Haramaya University of Ethiopia and a Master's degree in Geoinformatics from University of Twente, ITC faculty, the Netherlands. Eskedar has worked in urban land governance organizations in Ethiopia to advance land administration by adopting innovative geoinformation technology. While working in the Addis Ababa Cadastral and Information System(AA-CADIS) development program, she was a coordinator with responsibilities that included project management, evaluation, and legal framework development.
Currently Eskedar is working in the REILA project as a development manager for the National Rural Land Administration and Information System(NRLAIS). She enjoys contributing to better securing women's land rights and it is important for her to generally improve the tenure security of landowners through advancements in the land registration system.