Submissions Accepted for Presentation at the 2020 Conference on Land and Poverty

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 16/Mar/2020
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01-03: Innovative uses of geospatial data
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Brent Jones
 

Satellite monitoring as an innovation driver for equity and reliability of land reform in Ukraine

Nataliia Kussul1, Andrii Shelestov1, Alexandr Sakal1, Vladimir Vasiliev1, Oleg Nivievskyi2, Matviy Ilyashenko1, Klaus Deininger3

1: EOS Data Analytics; 2: Kyiv School of Economics; 3: World Bank



Risk assessment for the agriculture sector by efficient use of geospatial data

Rainer Malmberg, Elke Krätzschmar

IABG mbH



Transboundary analysis: Exploring spatial patterns of economic activity and informality in Central America

Sulhee Yoon, Juan Carlos Vargas Moreno

GeoAdaptive, United States of America



Monitoring crop health from space to improve drought resilience for farmers in Kenya

Graham Deane1, Fabio Vescovi1, Onyango Ogembo2

1: Airbus Defence and Space, United Kingdom; 2: Building Africa

01-04: Improving data interoperability in rural areas
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Clement Adjorlolo
 

Technology, people and processes: The three-legged stool for improving land and natural resource governance in Myanmar

Henri Rueff1, Tim Fella2

1: CDE; 2: ESRI



Correlation between rural property perimeters declared in SICAR and SIGEF

Bernardo de Araujo Moraes Trovao1, Carlos Sturm2, Leandro Biondo3, Gustavo Henrique de Oliveira1

1: Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil; 2: Agrarian Reform National Institute, Brazil; 3: Atlantic Forest National Institute, Brazil



Geospatial information for African agriculture: A key investment for agricultural policies

Jean-Philippe Tonneau1,2, Agnes Begue1,2, Louise Leroux2,3, Xavier Augusseau1,2, Jean-François Faure4, Benoit Mertens4, Camille Pinet5, Lina Tomasini6

1: UMR TETIS - CIRAD, France; 2: Univ Montpellier, France; 3: UPR AIDA - CIRAD, France; 4: UMR ESPACE-DEV - IRD, France; 5: IGNFI, France; 6: CNES, France

01-05: Building capacity to resolve conflict
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jolyne Sanjak
 

SURUL Policy – formalizing and awarding vacant state lands in response to the historic land conflict in Colombia

Felipe Espinosa, Ana Catalina Rodriguez, Claudia Marcela Galindo Gonzalez, Andrea Mariño

National Land Agency, Colombia



Registration of public social enterprises property rights after privatization (Kosovo)

Nita Shala1, Genc Alimehmeti2, Xhevdet Shala3

1: Faculty of Law, University of Prishtina; 2: Faculty of Economics, University of Tirana; 3: Faculty of Law, Iliria Royal College



Breaking with the past? The politics of land restitution and the limits to restitutive justice in Myanmar

SiuSue Mark, Ben Belton

Independent

01-06: Private sector contribution to responsible land governance
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Stephanie Burgos
 

Private law and agricultural development - Improving agricultural land investment contracts

Carlo Di Nicola, Priscila Pereira de Andrade

International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), Italy



Responsible Adaptation: The leadership potential of business organizations in Cambodia

Michelle McLinden Nuijen

Nuijen Research



Perception of stakeholders on the guidelines for large scale land transactions in Ghana and the principles of Responsible Agriculture Investment (RAI)

Stanislaus Yaw Adiaba Adiaba

LANDS COMMISSION, Ghana



Compliance to national and international guidelines of land-based Agriculture investments In Uganda

Thorsten Huber1, Rita Mwase1, Theresa Eilu Auma2, Steve Hodges2

1: GIZ, Uganda; 2: Uganda Agribusiness Alliance (UAA), Uganda

01-07: How can land administration systems be sustained?
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jacob Zevenbergen
 

Improving land administration services in Rwanda, lessons learned

Michal Lodin1, Sam Biraro2, Theophile Ndegeya2

1: Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic; 2: Rwanda Land Management and Use Authority



The National Land Fund: guaranteeing the sustainability of land reform in Madagascar

Fanomezana Rakotozafimahatratra, Tantely Falinirina Ravelojaona

Ministry of Spatial Planning, Housing and Public Works, Madagascar



Lessons learned from the modernisation of the Greek Cadastre – Principles and Progress

Aristea Ioannidi, Maria Fouskolagoudaki

HELLENIC CADASTRE, Greece



Land sector developments in the MENA Region: Selected case findings from Egypt, Lebanon, and the Palestinian Territories

Rohan Bennett1, Kholoud Saad2, Chrit Lemmen1, Eva Maria Unger1, Ali Menofy3, Kees de Zeeuw1

1: Kadaster International, Netherands; 2: ESRI North East Africa, Egypt; 3: Egyptian Survey Authority, Egypt

01-08: New ways of documenting customary rights
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Anna Locke
 

Protecting rights to customary land in Acholi, northern Uganda: Second update

Ronald R. Atkinson1, James Ojera Latigo2

1: University of South Carolina, United States of America; 2: Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU)



From land policy formulation to implementation the case of Cote d'ivoire

David Loue

Agence Foncière Rurale, AFOR, Côte d'Ivoire



Lessons drawn from the demarcation and registration of customary land in Malawi

Julius Brian Chawezi Chisi

Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development, Department of Survey, Malawi



The land reforms in the Democratic Republic of Congo – Practical solutions for the protection of smallholder land rights

David Betge, Timothée Rukundo

ZOA, Netherlands, The

01-09: The UN's geospatial framework: A basis for interoperability
Location: Online Proceedings
 

United Nations global statistical geospatial framework - enabling a range of data to be integrated

Greg Scott1, Tim Trainor2, CheeHai Teo1

1: United Nations, United States of America; 2: International Cartographic Association



United Nations Integrated Geospatial Information Framework – A mechanism to strengthen and improve national arrangements in geospatial information management, systems and infrastructures

Greg Scott1, CheeHai Teo1, Tim Trainor2

1: United Nations, United States of America; 2: International Cartographic Association



Sound and robust legal and policy frameworks for geospatial information management

Kevin Pomfret2, Malgorzata Drewniak3, Greg Scott1, CheeHai Teo1

1: United Nations, United States of America; 2: Centre for Spatial Law and Policy; 3: Lantmateriet Sweden



The proposed United Nations framework for effective land administration (FELA): progress, pathways and prospects

Kees de Zeeuw1, Trevor Benn2, Eva-Maria Unger1, Rohan Bennett1, CheeHai Teo3

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission; 3: UN-GGIM

01-10: Designing institutions to minimize corruption
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Mino Harivelo Ramaroson
 

Drivers of corruption in urban land administration: The case of Lusaka City

Lizzy Banda, Progress Nyanga

Mafinga Town Council, Zambia



Corruption and urban land rights accessibility in Lagos, Nigeria.

Joseph Babade

University of Lagos, Nigeria



Integrity and corruption in urban development in Africa– leveraging the role of the urban planning profession

Gilbert Siame1, Laura Nkula2, Dieter Zinnbauer3, Stephen Berrisford4, Christian Alexander2

1: The University of Zambia, Zambia; 2: University of Cape Town; 3: Copenhagen Business School; 4: University of Cape Town

01-11: The challenge of improving urban land records
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Anthony Burns
 

Sustainable land management in Maputo

Andre Pinheiro1, Ian Rose2, Kemal Vaz1, Arturo Samper3

1: Verde Azul, Mozambique; 2: DAI; 3: Thread Analytica



Poor land administration the leading cause for Informal land markets in informal settlements: The case of two municipalities in Namibia

Menare Royal Mabakeng

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia



Urban land in Morocco: Legal-institutional dysfunctions and mitigation measures

Ahmed Maliki

Université cadi ayyad, Morocco



Can the Revenue Department remain urban agnostic in India?

Aparna Das1, Anindita Mukherjee2, Baisakhi Sarkar Dhar2

1: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH; 2: Centre for Policy Research, India

       
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02-01: Integrating gender issues in landscape approaches
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Robert Nasi
 

Gender differentiated access to land and tree resources in the Sahelian forest farm interface: Comparative analysis of Northern Ghana and Southern Burkina Faso

Peter Cronkleton

Center for International Forestry Research, Peru



Mobilizing change for women within collective tenure regimes

Iliana Monterroso Ibarra, Anne Larson

CIFOR



Engaging champions for gender equity in land governance: initial findings from Mongolian and Tanzanian pastoralist communities

Elizabeth Daley, Jim Grabham

Mokoro Ltd, United Kingdom



Understanding women's participation in Social Forestry: case study from Riau & South Sumatera

Septrina Frisca Lumban Tobing

World Resources Institute (WRI) Indonesia, Indonesia

02-03: New horizons for digital technology I
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Rohan Bennett
 

Toward smart city coverage using optimized visibility analysis from geospatial data

Oren Gal, Yerach Doytsher

Technion, Israel



Analyzing spatial patterns of public spaces in megacities through remote sensing, street views and social data

Jon Kher Kaw

The World Bank, United States of America



New advances in monitoring global urbanization – the World Settlement Footprint 2018

Mattia Marconcini1, Annekatrin Metz-Marconcini1, Thomas Esch1, Noel Gorelick2

1: German Aerospace Center - DLR; 2: Google Switzerland

02-04: Have secondary cities been neglected?
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Paolo Veneri
 

Connecting systems of secondary cities in support of equitable economic growth

Brian Roberts1, Rene Hohmann2, Joshua Drake2

1: University of Canberra, Australia; 2: Cities Alliance, Brussels



The mushrooming of informal urban nodes along major highways running from Bahir Dar City to Dejen Town, Ethiopia

Achamyeleh Gashu Adam, Berhanu Kefale Alemie, Tadesse Amsalu Birhanu

Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia



The dynamics of pseudo urban expansion and its implication to land use in Nepal

Indra Prasad Tiwari

Pokhara University, Nepal



Over two decades of implementing land governance reforms in cities in Zambia: review of progress and challenges in Ndola city

Anthony Mushinge

Copperbelt University, Zambia

02-05: Using the VGGTs to provide a global vision on land rights
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Chris Penrose Buckley
 

Tenure: a 2020 vision

Paul Munro-Faure1, Alexander Muller2

1: Consultant, United Kingdom; 2: Managing Director, TMG Thinktank for Sustainability, Germany



Indigenous peoples’ right to land and the VGGTs

Marcela Villarreal

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy



Mining and land rights in Africa – What does new mining legislation say?

Brendan Schwartz, Ahamadou Maiga, Lorenzo Cotula

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), United Kingdom



Forest landscape restoration and bioenergy: a missing element of the land discussion, but needed to achieve the Paris Agreement, and the SDGs

Uwe Fritsche1, Karl Moosmann2, Tiziana Pirelli3, Klas Sander4

1: IINAS, Germany; 2: GIZ, Germany; 3: FAO & GBEP, Italy; 4: World Bank, USA

02-06: Institutional frameworks for equity-enhancing land rental
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Hosaena Ghebru
 

Model agricultural land leasing act, 2016: A review from policy a perspective

Prabhakar Reddy Tada

Satavahana Development Society, Hyderbad, India



Assessing the impact of land rental formalisation on equity and market participation of smallholder farmers: evidence from Ethiopia

Ignacio Fiestas, Marco Antonielli

Nathan Associates, United Kingdom



A chief without a village: the implications of unwritten norms of land rents in Songani, Malawi

Mapenzie Tauzie

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Land renting in a post- land reform context: insights from Zimbabwe

George Tonderai Mudimu

China Agricultural University, Beijing, China, China, People's Republic of

02-07: Putting landscape approaches in practice
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Steven Lawry
 

Restoring landscapes in India for climate and communities: key findings from Madhya Pradesh’s Sidhi district

Ruchika Singh1, Karishma Shelar2, Marie Duraisami1

1: World Resources Institute India, India; 2: International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague (Formerly with WRI India)



Do no harm in systematic land formalization: A model for social risk identification and prevention in Dominican Republic fragile watersheds

Victor Endo1, Kevin Barthel1, Jesus De los Santos2, Patricia Henriquez3, Bruno Jacquet3

1: Global Land Alliance, United States; 2: Fundacion REDDOM, Dominican Republic; 3: Inter-American Development Bank, United States



Optimizing tenure security and landscape restoration to the benefit of marginalized smallholder farmers in Ghana

Patrick Opoku1, Dorothy Asare Akoto2, Kwame Oduro2, Norbert Weber3

1: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, Ghana; 2: CSIR-Forestry Research Institute of Ghana; 3: Technical University of Dresden, Germany



The political economy of community forest concession renewal in Guatemala: Making the case for long-term community forest management

Dietmar Stoian1, Iliana Monterroso2, Aldo Rodas3

1: ICRAF; 2: CIFOR; 3: MAGA



Securing forest tenure for rural development: piloting the forest tenure assessment tool to assess and guide recognition of community-based tenure in forest landscapes

Gerardo Segura Warnholtz1, Malcolm Childress2, Naysa Ahuja1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Global Land Alliance

02-08: Using land administration for broader development
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Stephen Nindi
 

The impact of large-scale land development to the property rights transformation of local people: Cases from two different new town development in Indonesia

Rahmat Aris Pratomo1,2, D. Ary A. Samsura1, Erwin van der Krabben1

1: Radboud University, The Netherlands; 2: Institut Teknologi Kalimantan, Indonesia



Could municipalities fund themselves? Comparison of land value capture (LVC) and concessioning land tax collection (CLTC) as tools to improve equity and resilience

Daniel Paez

FIG COMMISSION 7



Office of the Administrator of stool lands - Catalyst of development in Ghana

Gad Asorwoe Akwensivie, Dickson Kwame Agbogah

Ghana Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Ghana



Recent land and credit enclosures in Mexico

Pablo Hernandez

Hollins University, United States of America

02-09: Harnessing the power of Geo-information: Country examples
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Wael Zakout
 

Implementation of the integrated geospatial information framework in Moldova

Maria Ovdii1, Elena Busch2

1: Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre of Moldova; 2: Norwegian Mapping Authority



IGIF implementation: experience of Ukraine

Dmytro Makarenko

State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre, Ukraine



Implementation of integrated geospatial information framework in Georgia

Mari Khardziani1, Elena Busch2

1: National Agency of Public Registry of Georgia; 2: Norwegian Mapping Authority



Integrated geospatial information framework – from planning to implementing: the Guyana experience

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Andrew Coote2, Trevor Benn3, Management Team3

1: UNFAO, Italy; 2: ConsultingWhere Ltd; 3: Guyana Lands and Surveys Comission

02-10: Environmental effects of land policy
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Tanya Hayes
 

The forest awakens: Amazon regeneration and policy spillover

Juliano Assunção1,2, Clarissa Gandour1,2, Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues3

1: Climate Policy Initiative; 2: PUC-Rio; 3: University of Toronto



Does credit boost agriculture? Impacts on Brazilian rural economy and deforestation

Priscila Zeraik de Souza1, Juliano Assunção1, Pedro Fernandes2, Sergio Mikio3

1: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 2: Toulouse School of Economics; 3: Brazilian Central Bank



Do transboundary regional agreements impact land cover outcomes? An evaluation of protected areas across frontier lines in Central America

Carlos L. Munoz Brenes1,5, Kelly W. Jones2, Peter Schlesinger3,5, Maggie Holland4, Lee Vierling5

1: Moore Center for Science at Conservation International; EfD Central America at CATIE; 2: Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Colorado State University; 3: Postgraduate School, Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE); 4: Geography and Environmental Systems, University of Maryland Baltimore County; 5: Natural Resources and Society, University of Idaho



The political ecology of landscape management in the proposed Zinghmuh Mountain National Park in Chin State, Burma

Van Bawi Mang Mang

Chiang Mai University, Thailand

02-11: Legal preconditions for gender-balanced land access
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Caleb Stevens
 

Women’s land rights scorecard: the failure of land policy and legal reforms in securing women’s land-rights in Africa

Ananda Grace Afante1, Mugehera Leah1, Naomi Shadrack2

1: Oxfam International-Pan Africa Program; 2: Oxfam International



Overcoming legal constraints to land rights faced by women and vulnerable groups: recommendations for a robust strategy in Ethiopia

Ian Rose1, Abebaw Abebe2, Workwoha Mekonen1

1: DAI, United States of America; 2: Ministry of Agriculture, Ethiopia, Rural Land Administration & Use Directorate



Assessing the gendered impacts of implementing the 2012 Farmland Law in Kachin State, Myanmar

Catriona Knapman, Cho Thet

Oxfam in Myanmar



Re-imagining the role of the alternative justice systems (AJS/ ADR) in securing women land rights and building resilience in Kenya

Brendah Cece Achungo1, Wambua Kituku1, Gertrude Angote1, Betty Okero2, Nick Omitto3, Abrahams Misoi4

1: UNDP, Kenya; 2: CSO Network; 3: Centre for Human Rights and Mediation; 4: Transparency International- kenya

02-12: Using survey data to inform land policy
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Gero Carletto
 

Land tenure, investment, and productivity in Chadian agriculture

Nabil Chaherli, Ziva Razafintsalama, Aly Sanoh

World Bank, United States of America



The catalytic impact of market systems innovations in land certification programs – evidence from two large-scale household surveys in Ethiopia

Enrico Neumann1, John Leckie2, David Cownie3

1: Nathan Associates, London; 2: DAI; 3: SIAPAC



Youth livelihood choices in rural Nigeria: does credit and land access matter?

Adebayo Ogunniyi1, Kehinde Olagunju2, Motunrayo Oyeyemi1, Mistura Rufai3

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, Nigeria; 2: Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Belfast, Northern Ireland; 3: World Bank Group, Nigeria



The differential impact of tenure strengthening in complex cocoa landscapes under transition: Learning from implementation diagnostics and evaluation baseline analyses for USAID’s Supporting Deforestation Free Cocoa in Ghana bridge phase activity

Lauren Persha1, Mark Freudenberger2, Caleb Stevens3, Cleo Chou3

1: NORC at the University of Chicago; 2: Tetra Tech; 3: United States Agency for International Development

02-13: Can communal rights be legally protected?
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Margaret Rugadya
 

Provision of basic services and infrastructure within the context of the collective land rights of indigenous people’s territories

Roman Alvarez1, Enrique Pantoja2, Fabrice Edouard3

1: Property Institute; 2: The World Bank; 3: FAO



Beyond land titles – towards resilience

Rajita Kurup, Sreetama Gupta Bhaya

Oxfam India, India



The role of the land-water nexus in protecting communities' land and freshwater tenure: insights from a 15-country assessment of indigenous peoples', local communities', and community women's legally recognized freshwater rights

Chloe Ginsburg1, Jessica Troell2, Stephanie Keene1

1: Rights and Resources Initiative; 2: Environmental Law Institute

 
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03-01: Global definitions of cities, metropolitan, urban and rural areas: Emerging evidence
Location: Online Proceedings
 

A global perspective on the urban-rural continuum

Lewis Dijkstra

European Commission, Belgium



Time to act: realizing Indonesia's urban potential

Mark Roberts1, Judy Baker2, Jane Park2, Pui Shen Yoong2

1: World Bank, Singapore; 2: World Bank, D.C.



Cities in the world: definitions, data and analysis for a new perspective on urbanisation

Paolo Veneri, Lukas Kleine-Rueschkamp, Dante Donati, Jared Gars

OECD, France

03-03: New horizons for digital technology II
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Pilot testing LandPKS smartphone application for local level participatory land use planning in Ethiopia

Adane Buni Irkiso1, Bogale Terefe Abebe2, Kiros Hadgu1, Tigistu Gebremeskel Abza2, Amy Quandt3

1: World Agroforestry Centre, Ethiopia; 2: Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Land Administration and Use Directorate; 3: San Diego State University



Connecting national land databases and para surveyors through a mobile data collector for accelerating land administration completeness and reliability

Trias Aditya1, Ketut Ary Sucaya2, Fajar Adi Nugraha3, Han Han Syahid Lukman4

1: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia; 2: Ministry of Agrarian & Spatial Plan/National Land Agency (BPN); 3: Ministry of Agrarian & Spatial Plan/National Land Agency (BPN); 4: Ministry of Agrarian & Spatial Plan/National Land Agency (BPN)



Systematic land tilling using open source geospatial software and machine learning: the MLG experience

Mehran Ghandehari, Mariam Paul, Sky Ostler, Didier Sagashya, Trent Larson, Ailey K. Hughes, Ben White, Duane Johnson

Medici Land Governance, United States of America



Drones, street view and machine learning for valuation

Sarah Antos, Luis Triveno, Adam Benjamin

World Bank, United States of America

03-04: Improving data interoperability in urban areas
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Chrysi Potsiou
 

Informal settlement upgrading: Transforming governance frameworks

Tamzin Hudson

Habitat for Humanity International, South Africa



Community land records development, hybrid governance and organisational culture: eschewing ISO standards in Monwabisi Park informal settlement

Michael Barry1, Rosalie Kingwill2

1: University of Calgary, Canada; 2: Research Associate, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape and Independent Consultant



Harnessing Technology and multi-stakeholder partnerships to improve information availability for development of informal settlements in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Rebecca Ochong1, John Armstrong2, Mojibur Rahaman2

1: Habitat for Humanity International; 2: Habitat for Humanity International-Bangladesh

03-05: Avenues to support scaling up of VGGT implementation
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jorge Munoz
 

Tenure security and sustainable management of land for food security in the MENA

Daniel Danano Dale Daniel Danano Dale

Food and Agricultural Organization, Italy



The credential highway: using digital trails to unlock land rights for the bottom billion

Yuliya Panfil

New America, United States of America

03-06: Institutional aspects of large scale land-based investment
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Robin Barr
 

Re-allocation of farmland encroached upon by squatters to large scale agro- investment: lessons from Bagamoyo and Kilombero districts Tanzania

Hussein Kayera, Wilbard Kombe

Ardhi University, Tanzania



Land access and ownership regulation for rural organizations in the northern region of Santa Fe, Argentina

Paola Alejandra Marozzi Mo, Martín Simon, Horacio Moschen, Alfredo Paduan, Sol Morend

FUNDAPAZ, Argentine Republic

03-07: Land tenure as a key to sustainability
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Anne Larson
 

Systemic change to realize the promise of commons

Ruth Meinzen-Dick1, Jagdeesh Rao2, Rahul Chaturvedi2

1: IFPRI, United States of America; 2: Foundation for Ecological Security, India



Secure rights, protect forests: a path to achieve climate, biodiversity, and global development goals

Arvind Khare, Fangyi Xu

RRI



Land, climate and poverty reduction: the role of governance in alternative bioeconomy pathways

Francis X. Johnson, Matthew Fielding

Stockholm Environment Institute



Land rights in forest areas in Indonesia: territorial approach to land regularization to address land dualism

Andre Aquino, Dinesh Aryal, Iwan Gunawan, Emile Jürgens, Markus Olavi Kukkonen, Ornsaran Pomme Manuamorn, Mika-Petteri Torhonen, Willem van der Muur

World Bank

03-08: LADM: Adapting to new challenges
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Yerach Doytsher
 

The land administration domain model: advancement and implementation

Christiaan Lemmen1,2, Peter Van Oosterom3, Eva-Maria Unger1, Eftychia Kalogianni3, Anna Shnaidman3, Abdullah Kara3, Abdullah Alattas3, Agung Indrajit3, Katherine Smyth4, Aurélie Milledrogues5, Rohan Bennett1, Peter Oukes1, Hans-Christoph Gruler6, Daniel Casalprim7, Golgi Alvarez7, Trias Aditya8, Ketut Gede Ary Sucaya9, Javier Morales2, Marisa Balas10, Nur Amalina Zulkifli11, Cornelis De Zeeuw1

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Twente, ITC, Netherlands, The; 3: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 4: Esri, United States; 5: GEOFIT IGN FI. France; 6: Leica Geosystems, Switzerland; 7: Swisstopo, Switzeralnd; 8: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia; 9: National Land Agency / Badan Pertanahan Nasional Indonesia; 10: EXI, Mozambique; 11: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia



LADM and operational land administration modernization

Maksym Kalyta1, Sergiy Lizenko1, Igor Popiv1, Carol Roffer1, Aurelie Milledrogues2

1: Innola Solutions, Inc.; 2: IGN France International



MA-LADM country profile to support the standardization, integration and interoperability of Moroccan land data

Moulay Abdeslam Adad1, El Hassane Semlali2, Moha El-Ayachi3, Fatiha Ibannain4

1: ANCFCC, Morocco; 2: IAV Hassan II; 3: IAV Hassan II; 4: ANCFCC, Morocco



Implementation of the LADM_COL model for the reception and institutional data validation in Colombia

Daniel Casalprim1, Andres Guarin1, Andrea Olaya2

1: Agencia de Implementación - Seco Colombia; 2: Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural - Colombia



The role of land administration domain model and spatial data infrastructure in improving ease of doing business in Indonesia

Agung Indrajit1,5, Virgo Eresta Jaya2, Bastiaan Van Loenen1, Christiaan Lemmen3, Peter Van Oosterom1, Hendrik Ploeger1, Robertus Theodore4

1: Technische Universiteit Delft, the Netherlands; 2: National Land Agency, Republic of Indonesia; 3: University of Twente, the Netherlands; 4: Executive Office of the President, Republic of Indonesia; 5: Geospatial Information Agency

03-09: Gender issues and land policy
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Christian Graefen
 

The allocation of resources within polygamous households: Evidence from Nigeria

Alessia Isopi2, Jennifer Golan1

1: University of Manchester, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bath, United Kingdom



Scrutinizing the ‘feminization of agriculture’ hypothesis: Gendered evolution of labor force participation in Indonesia

Kartika Sari Juniwaty1, Markus Ihalainen1, Iliana Monterroso1, Marlene Elias2

1: Center for International Forestry Research; 2: Bioversity International



Property titling and women’s empowerment: Help or harm? The impacts of land and home ownership and titling on women’s acceptance of intimate partner violence in Sub-Saharan Africa

Allison Shwachman Kaminaga, Hannah Sheldon

Bryant University, United States of America



Strategy for preventing and mitigating land certification related violence against women and vulnerable groups

Maria Gladys Savolainen2, Workwoha Mekonen1, Matthew Woodhouse3, Felicity Buckle4

1: Land Investment for Transformation, NIRAS Finland, Finland; 2: Land Investment for Transformation, DAI; 3: Land Investment for Transformation, DAI; 4: DAI

03-10: Long-term effects of land reform programs
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Katrina Kosec
 

Productivity dynamics and state support after a land titling program: evidence from Colombia

Jorge A. Rincon Barajas1,2

1: German Institute of Global and Area studies; 2: University of Göttingen



The judicial battle over land property rights: evidence from rural Colombia

Ana Maria Montoya

Duke University, United States of America



Poverty resilience: maximizing equitable use and increasing production of agricultural land in Belize

Osmond Martinez

Galen University, Belize

03-11: Gender sensitive land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Stephen Brooks
 

Strengthening gender equality in South Eastern Europe and the Caucasus: looking back - looking forward

Margret Vidar1, Naomi Kenney1, Rumyana Tonchovska1, Margreet Goelema2, Thomas Meyer2, Adela Llatja2, Mihovil Santic3

1: FAO, Italy; 2: GIZ, Germany; 3: Wise Technologies Ltd., Slovenia



Left-out? Risk to informal wives from proactive land tenure regularization and titling campaigns

Kevin Barthel1, Victor Endo1, Jennifer Duncan2, Karol Boudreaux2

1: Global Land Alliance; 2: Landesa



Building resilient and sustainable rural institutions for land administration and governance: challenges and opportunities from Benishangul-Gumuz Region, Ethiopia

Maria Gladys Savolainen2, Abebaw Abebe1, Tommi Tenno3

1: Rrual Land Administration and Use Directorate, Ministry of Agriculture,Ethiopia; 2: NIRAS Finland; 3: Responsible and Innovative Land Administration (REILA) Phase II



Enhancing tenure security for women: the kaduna state strategic property registration program example

Bankole Allibay, Elfreda Naa Aku Acquaye

Translantic Development Limited, United Kingdom

03-12: Evaluating impacts of land tenure interventions
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jennifer Lisher
 

Endline results from an impact evaluation of USAID’s Land Tenure Assistance (LTA) activity in Tanzania

Jacob Patterson-Stein1, Lauren Persha2, Ioana Bouvier3

1: Management Systems International; 2: NORC at the University of Chicago; 3: United States Agency for International Development



New evidence on the impact and performance of rural land regularization: initial findings from an impact evaluation of MCC’s land project in Mozambique

Heather Huntington, Maria Nagawa

DevLab@Duke, United States of America



Results of land tenure formalization activities in the Senegal River Valley: a mixed method evaluation of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s irrigation and water resource management project

Sarah Hughes

Mathematica, United States of America



Evaluating the impact of land titling programs in Morocco using spatial regression discontinuities and remote sensing data

Anthony Harris, Anthony D'Agostino, Sara Litke-Farzaneh, Matt Sloan

Mathematica, United States of America

03-13: Community institutions improving tenure security
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Everlyne Nairesiae Lingoine
 

Using fit for purpose land administration and the land electronic card to ensure security of tenure

Bashir Kizito Juma, Cissy Namuddu Kiyaga, David Kyewalabye Male

Buganda Land Board, Uganda



Role of Communities in building community resilience through strengthening tenure security and sustainable land use practices - a case of Uganda

Frances Birungi Odong1, Simon Peter Mwesigye2, Mino Ramaroson3

1: Uganda Community Based Association for Women and Children's welfare ( UCOBAC), Uganda; 2: UN Habitat/Global Land Tools Network; 3: Huairou Commission



Benefits and burdens accrued in community-led informal settlements regularisation in Tanzania: The case of Magengeni in Dar es Salaam City

Fredrick Bwire Magina, Alphonce Gabriel Kyessi, Wilbard Jackson Kombe

Ardhi University, Tanzania



Locally managed community cadaster system

Mr. Bruno Nobre Lopez, Mr. Xavier Lucas, Mr. Magorombane Manhique, Mr. Kemal Vaz

Verde Azul, Mozambique

03-14: Policy issues of private sector driven urban development
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Chii Akporji
 

Private cities: implications for land and urban policy in developing countries

Yue Li, Martin Rama

World Bank Group, United States of America



The dilemma of a developer in fringe areas of Lagos, Nigeria

Esther Oromidayo Thontteh1,2, Modupe Moronke Omirin2

1: CENTRE FOR HOUSING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA; 2: DEPARTMENT OF ESTATE MANAGEMENT, FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA

3:45pm
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4:30pm
04-03: Using machine learning & AI in the land sector
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Bill Singleton
 

Dynamic detection of built-up areas in developing countries using Sentinel 2 satellite data

Matjaz Ivacic1, Tatjana Veljanovski2, Marcin Bielecki1, Liza Stancic2, Andrej Beden1, Ziga Kokalj2

1: GeoCodis Ltd., Slovenia; 2: ZRC SAZU, Slovenia



Detecting informal settlements via topological analysis

Satej Soman1,2, Nicholas Marchio1,3, Cooper Nederhood1,2, Annie Yang1,2, Anni Beukes1, Luis Bettencourt1,4,5

1: Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation; 2: University of Chicago; 3: Research Computing Center, University of Chicago; 4: Department of Ecology and Evolution, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago; 5: Santa Fe Institute



Identification of climate change-related hazards in informal community through the application of machine learning to satellite images

Federico Bayle2, Nabil Kawas3, Alejandra Mortarini1, Carlos Rufin1, Alfredo Stein4, Lidia Torres3, Daniel Tsai1

1: Institute for International Urban Development, United States of America; 2: Dymaxion Labs, Argentina; 3: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras, Honduras; 4: The University of Manchester, United Kingdom



A highly automated approach for the derivation of 3D Information and Building Footprints for resilient Cities worldwide based on Satellite Data and Deep Learning

Andreas Uttenthaler, Amelie Broszeit, Zayd Hamdi, Andreas Müller, Paul Kotzerke, Sergio Soria-Villalva

GAF AG, Germany

04-04: Reflections on urban expansion
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Allan Cain
 

The need for an urban development strategy in Namibia

Judith Middleton

GIZ, Namibia



Spatial and economic inequities and trends in South Africa and their implications for human settlements policy and practice

Sue Bannister1, Michael Sutcliffe1, Willy Govender2

1: City Insight (Pty) Ltd; 2: Dataworld (Pty) Ltd



Role of Land Governance Policies towards urban expansion and appreciating land value: Implementation of Land Management System

Valliappan Raju

Limkokwing University, Malaysia



Perspectives for sustainable and efficient land-use in an large expanding city: an analysis of residential land supply systems in the Yaounde metropolitan area in Cameroon

Pascal Thinon2, Herve Tchekote1, Serge N. Zelezeck2, Tamilwai Kolowa4, Paul Blaise Mabou3, Bontje Zaengeling4

1: University of Dschang-Cameroon, Cameroon; 2: World Bank consultant; 3: University of Yaounde 1-cameroun; 4: World Bank

04-05: Developing land use policies
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Nathaniel Don Marquez
 

Architecting equitable and resilient institution framework: installing the responsible land governance nexus within the Myanmar(Burma)'s national land use policy and legal framework

Thyn Zar Oo1, Khon Ja2, Than Htike Aung3,1

1: The PLAN: Public Legal Aid Network, Myanmar; 2: Kachin Peace Network, Myanmar; 3: Pyoe Khin Thit Foundation, Myanmar



Country-level strategy for tenure responsive land-use planning: questions to ask and actions to take

Uchendu Eugene Chigbu1, Danilo Antonio2

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Land, Housing and Shelter Section, UN-Habitat, Kenya



Spatial dependencies in land use and irrigation access in Northern Peru: assessing alternative geographic models

Eduardo Zegarra

Group for the Analysis of Development, Peru

04-06: Community-company interactions
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Margarita Maria Varon Perea
 

“Fit for purpose” solutions on land boundary conflicts between Colombian indigenous land reserves and neighbouring cattle ranchers

Mathilde Molendijk1, Piet Spijkers1, Andres Santana Bonilla2, Javier Morales3, Jose Antonio Ochoa5, Álvaro Ortiz4, Bastiaan Reydon1, Mary Gutierrez5, Jairo Frias5, Laura Becerra1, Nicolas Porras1, Gabriel Siqueira6

1: Kadaster (Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency of the Netherlands); 2: Royal Netherlands Embassy, Colombia; 3: University of Twente, Faculty of Geo-Information; 4: Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia; 5: Instituto Geográfico Agustín Codazzi, Colombia; 6: Unicamp



Why do companies negociate with neighboring communities?

Rose Armelle Olinga Andela1, Samuel Nguiffo2, Romuald Ngono3

1: Centre pour l'Environnement et le Développement, Cameroon; 2: Centre pour l'Environnement et le Développement, Cameroon; 3: Centre pour l'Environnement et le Développement, Cameroon



Households’ willingness to pay for soil conservation on communal lands: application of contingent valuation method in North Eastern Ethiopia

Getachew Alemu1, Mengistu Aredo2, Musa Ahmed3

1: Wollo University, Ethiopia; 2: Haramaya University, Ethiopia; 3: Maastricht University,The Netherlands

04-07: Dialogue to secure the future of landscapes
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Colin Holmes
 

Understanding difference to build bridges between stakeholders: perceptions of participation in four multi-stakeholder forums in the Peruvian Amazon

Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti, Anne M. Larson

Center for International Forestry Research, Peru



Puzzle pieces or poker chips: Can multistakeholder forums address equity?

Anne M. Larson, Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti

CIFOR



Shared institutions for sustainability collaboration: Bringing different actors together

Onintsoa Ravaka Andriamihaja1,2, Manuel Fischer3,4, Peter Messerli1,2

1: Centre for Development and Environment, Switzerland; 2: Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland; 3: Institute of Political Science, University of Bern, Switzerland; 4: Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland



Application of a systems engineering approach to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of land policy regulatory reform and tenure security projects

C. Kat Grimsley1, Cody Pennetti2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America

04-08: Land information systems to support secure rights
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Christiaan Lemmen
 

Uganda's Land Reform program and its contribution to security of tenure

Dorcas Wagima Okalany, Naome Kabanda, Nicholas Ndawula

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda



Delivery of a complex software solution: The case of the national land information system in Uganda

Alexius Santoni1, Herimiaina Andria Ntoanina1, Grace Kagoro2, Patrick Stimpson1, Aurélie Milledrogues1, Christopher Burke1

1: IGN France International, France; 2: Ministry Of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda



Issues beyond land registration

Steve Smith

Land Administration Company Inc, Canada



Land title registration issues and how technology can address them

Alasdair Lewis

The Land Administration Company Inc, United Kingdom

04-09: PPP for land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jill Pike
 

How to conceptualize a PPP for land administration services: understanding the private sector and commercial feasibility.

Tony Burns1, Fletcher Wright2, Kate Rickersey1

1: Land Equity International; 2: Planet Partnerships



Public-Private-Partnerships as a catalyst for tenure governance in developing countries

Soren Brandt Pedersen

LE34, Denmark



Land administration solutions: investment, operation, sustainability and ongoing viability

Jill Urban-Karr1, Peter Shaw1, Dave Stow2, John Clutterbuck2

1: Trimble Inc., United States of America; 2: Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom

04-10: Disaster preparedness
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Earth Observation: the new frontier in climate resilience

Carlos Domenech1, Amanda Hall2, Norman Kiesslich3, Anestis Trypitsidis4, Stefano Natali5, Richard Bater6

1: GMV; 2: Telespazio Vega UK; 3: GeoVille; 4: National Observatory of Athens; 5: SISTEMA; 6: Acclimatise



Land administration and geospatial information for resilience

Richard Grover1, Alvaro Federico Barra2, Abbas Rajabifard3, Katie Potts3, Keith Bell2, Mika-Petteri Törhönen2

1: Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom; 2: World Bank< Washington DC; 3: University of Melbourne, Australia



Integrating drone, participatory mapping and GIS to enhance resiliency for indigenous communities

Qiuxi Li

University of Delaware, United States of America



Innovation in urban and land policies and financing strategies to promote resilient cities in Bolivia

Jack Campbell, Zoe Trohanis, Roberto Tejada

The World Bank, United States of America

04-11: Ensuring women's land access & tenure security
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: David Bledsoe
 

Women’s land rights in Africa

Hosaena Ghebru1, Fikirte Girmachew Abeje2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopia Policy Studies Institute - PSI



Women’s perceptions of tenure security and the impact of country-level institutions: Evidence from 33 countries

Joseph Feyertag, Anna Locke

Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Kingdom



Ensuring grassroots women participation in decision-making process for women’s land rights improvement

Mino Harivelo Ramaroson1, Elisabeth Markham2, Innocent Issac2

1: HUAIROU COMMISSION, United States of America; 2: Ntengwe For Community Development, Zimbabwe



Securing land rights for women under the community land tenure system in Kenya

Caroline Oduor

Federation of Women Lawyers Kenya, Siaya Municipality Urban Area



Women's global development and prosperity initiative and land rights - laying the foundation for a transformative enabling environment

Stephen Brooks, Jeremy Green, Caleb Stevens, Ioana Bouvier

USAID, United States of America

04-12: Round table: land professionals and the SDGs
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Maurice Barbieri
 

Geodetic surveyors guaranteeing a sustainable living environment

Maurice Barbieri, Jean-Yves Pirlot

CLGE (Council of European Geodetic Surveyors), Switzerland

04-13: Evolving customary tenure systems
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Peter Sidler
 

An evidence-based assessment of land tenure insecurity among women, youth and farm workers in rural Zimbabwe

Tizai Mauto1, Walter Chambati2, Freedom Mazwi2

1: Landesa, United States of America; 2: Sam Moyo African Institute of Agrarian Studies, Zimbabwe



The paradox of the protection of ethnic communities how to state around the land access to land access in the Colombian case: Reflections and proposals from the missionality of the national land agency

Myriam Carolina Martinez, Jaime Augusto Correa

Agencia Nacional de Tierras, Colombia



Perils of negotiable land rights in a rural farming community of Ghana

Richard Ampadu-Ameyaw

CSIR-Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (STEPRI), Ghana



Transhumant pastoralism, resource access, and resilience: comparative investigation across West and Central African landscapes

Leif Brottem1, Matthew Turner2

1: Grinnell College; 2: University of Wisconsin-Madison

04-14: Land policies and small-scale mining
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Catherine Gatundu
 

Formalization of artisanal and small-scale gold mining in Colombia: a proposal for improving environmental, social, and economic performance in a post-conflict scenario

Gregory Minnick1, Peter Doyle2, Thomas Hentschel3

1: Chemonics International, Inc.; 2: Chemonics International, Inc.; 3: Projekt-Consult GmbH



Land tenure as a cause of tensions and driver of conflict among mining communities in Karamoja, Uganda

Margaret Rugadya

Global Practice Leader, Uganda



Land policy on illegal mining activities "Galamsey" in Ghana and its effects on the environment and the people in the locality

Emmanuel Ofori

University of Tsukuba, Japan

 
Date: Tuesday, 17/Mar/2020
8:30am
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10:00am
05-03: Using blockchain in land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Khalifa Alsuwaidi
 

Blockchain land registry best practices: the political and technical feasibility of harnessing blockchain technology to improve land administration

Lee Bratcher, Robert Sullivan

Dallas Baptist University, United States of America



LIS in the Era of BDMS, Distributed and Cloud Computing: is it Time for a Complete Redesign?

Zdravko Galić

University of Zagreb - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia



Cryptographic digital technology for the prevention of property theft

Jethro Jones

Medici Land Governance, United States of America



Design and implementation of blockchain projects applied to rural and urban land titling and registration in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Peru

Todd Miller

ChromaWay, United States of America

05-04: Patterns of consolidation
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Peter Creuzer
 

The problems of fragmentation of farmlands and assessment of the applicability of measures for the prevention of land fragmentation in Turkey

Yesim Tanrivermis1, Harun Tanrivermis2

1: Ankara University, Turkey; 2: Ankara University, Turkey



Agricultural land consolidation in Russia

Alexander Sagaydak1, Anna Sagaydak2

1: State University of Land Use Planning, Russian Federation; 2: State University of Land Use Planning, Russian Federation



Land consolidation boosting poverty alleviation in China: Theory and practice

Yansui Liu, Yuanzhi Guo

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Center for Assessment and Research on Targeted Poverty Alleviation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Beijing 100101, China



Nonlinear relations between agricultural productivity and farm size in India

Anupama Guvvala Venkata1, Thomas Falk1, Daniel Gregg2

1: ICRISAT, India; 2: University of Adelaide, Australia

05-05: Land rights challenges in francophone Africa I
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Moha El-ayachi
 

Cadre institutionnel gestion foncière au Cameroun

Henri Eyebe Ayissi

Ministry of States Property, Survey and Land Tenure, Cameroon



Protection des populations riveraines victimes des acquisitions de terre à grande echelle au Cameroun

Constante Clarisse Bougche Kamgang

Ministry of States Property, Survey and Land Tenure, Cameroon



Understand the challenge of recognizing and formalizing land rights at the local level and how to improve interventions in the Ivorian land sector : share AFOR's experience

Kouassi Mathias Koffi

Agence Foncière Rurale, Côte d'Ivoire



The challenge of reconciling protection of community land tenure rights and promotion of private investment: solutions gleaned from the experience of the PDIDAS land registry offices

Ndeye Coura Mbaye Diop, Pape Samba Ndiaye, Alain Diouf

PDIDAS, Senegal

05-06: Operationalizing ESG performance standards I
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Lorenzo Cotula
 

What legal framework for agricultural growth pole in Madagascar?

Marina Rakotoniaina2, Lié Maminiaina2, Francine Picard1, Andry Andriantsialonina2

1: IISD, Switzerland; 2: MInistry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Madagascar



Envisaging land tenure dynamics across Africa and building safeguards in the context of the African continental free trade area

Eric Yeboah

Government of Ghana, Ghana



Embedding land tenure risk management in corporate governance: lessons from and for India

Pranab Ranjan Choudhury1, Ranjan Kumar Ghosh2, Navin Kumar Amang3

1: NRMC Centre for Land Governance, New Delhi, India; 2: Center for Management in Agriculture, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad; 3: NRMC Centre for Land Governance, New Delhi, India



Consent is everybody's business: Why banks need to act on free, prior and informed consent

Imke Greven

Oxfam Novib, Netherlands, The

05-07: Practical challenges of collecting property taxes
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: William Mccluskey
 

Tax propriety credentials of 2016 Enugu state land use charge

Pat Onukwuli

University of Bolton, United Kingdom, United Kingdom



Property taxation in Tanzania: Has it served the purpose?

Hidaya Kayuza

Ardhi University, Tanzania



The land value chain for resilient cities

Willy Govender

Data World, South Africa

05-08: Systematic approaches to improving land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Charisse Griffith-Charles
 

EDOGIS at year two

Stephen Calder

GIS/Transport, United States of America



Land Titling costs: evidence from literature and cases using FFP

Bastiaan Philip Reydon1, Mathilde Molendijk1, Christiaan Lemmen1, Martinus Vranken1, Gabriel Pansani Siqueira2

1: Kadaster International, Netherlands; 2: Unicamp, Brazil



Modernization of land administration in Botswana

Ephraim Balebetse

Ministry of Land Management, water and sanitation services, Botswana



Land policy reform through individualized farmer's title

Robert Nomar Leyretana

LRA, Philippines

05-09: Ensuring swift land dispute resolution
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Esther Obaikol
 

Social pacification through land regulation: The case of “Legal Land Project"

Ticiany Palacio

Tribunal de Justiça do Maranhão, Brazil



Access to justice dimensions of land tenure formalisation in fragile and conflict affected states: A case study from Burundi and review of existing evidence

David Betge1, Muriel Veldman2, Bertus Wennink2

1: ZOA, Netherlands, The; 2: KIT, Netherlands, The



Land rights in peace negotiations: The comparison of the peace processes and agreements of Colombia and Myanmar

Sami Frestadius

Felm, Finland

05-10: Effects of land titling
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Babatunde Abidoye
 

Impacts of winning a land lottery: Evidence from the Di Lottery RCT

Christopher Ksoll1, Yiriyibin Bambio2

1: Mathematica, United States of America; 2: University of Ouagadougou



The impacts of land registration on land management depend on existing land use

Suhyun Jung

West Virginia University, United States of America



Land titling as a latent driver for tenure disputes? Credibility and the evolution from latent to manifest conflicts in China’s collective-owned forest sector

Kees Krul1, Xiuyun Yang2

1: Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology; 2: School of Public Affairs, Xiamen University



Your misfortune is also mine: the economic response of chinese rural households to property rights insecurity from local government’s predatory land expropriations

Chunhui Ye, Qi Zhang, Julan Du, Mingda Chen

Zhejiang University, China, People's Republic of

05-11: How open data can help redress corruption
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Rueben Lifuka
 

Land governance in indigenous communities: indigenous knowledge and climate change

Neil Sorensen, Laura Meggiolaro, Stacey Zammit

Land Portal Foundation, France



Open land data in the fight against corruption: paradox or panacea?

Lisette Mey1, Stacey Zammit1, William Kambugu2, Laura Meggiolaro1

1: Land Portal Foundation, Netherlands, The; 2: Uganda Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development



Open data as a means to counteract land corruption

Annette Jaitner, Marcus Zamaitat, Elke Matthaei, Felix Schilling

GIZ, Germany



Land observatories : access, sharing and use of information to influence land governance processes

Quentin Grislain1,2,3, Jeremy Bourgoin1,2, Ward Anseeuw1,4, Perrine Burnod1,5, Eva Hershaw1, Géraud Magrin3

1: Cirad, France; 2: Land Matrix; 3: Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; 4: International Land Coalition; 5: Madagascar Land Observatory

05-12: Measuring land tenure security
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Talip Kilic
 

An introduction to a new data set on administrative documents in land rights registration

Daniela Monika Behr

World Bank, United States of America



De-facto vs. de-jure tenure security: evidence from the cross-country Prindex survey

Denys Nizalov2, Ian Langdown1

1: ODI, United Kingdom; 2: GLA, United States of America



Measuring individuals' land tenure security: evidence from Armenia

Sydney Gourlay

World Bank, Rome, Italy

10:30am
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12:00pm
06-03: Potentials & limitations of blockchain in the land sector
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Todd Miller
 

Dubai innovations in real life scenarios

Khalifa Alsuwaidi

Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates



Unlocking community land tenure security: using digital keys and blockchain to support community and informal rights

Trent Larson, Stephanie Sampson, Justin Howard, Ailey Hughes

Medici Land Governance, United States of America



Digital street: exploring the concept of tokenisation for real estate in England and Wales

Emma Vincent, Lauren Tombs, Eddie Davies

Her Majesty's Land Registry, United Kingdom



Artificial intelligence and event sourcing as a replacement of a blockchain-based land registry system?

Jacques Vos, Nick Apeldoorn. van, Koen Huisstede, Marc Andel. van

Kadaster, Netherlands, The

06-04: Using planning to resolve urban land use conflicts
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Anni Beukes
 

Land governance and urban reform in Angola

Allan Cain

Development Workshop, Angola



Ongoing spatial planning reform and development in Kosovo: Integrating sustainability, climate and environmental aspects into spatial planning processes and products

Suzana Goranci

Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning Kosovo, Kosovo



Mapping for equity and resilience: Experiences from the city-wide mapping of informal settlements in Battambang municipality, Cambodia

Rebecca Ochong1, Seanghor Pov2, Bernadette Bolo-Duthy2, Enid Madarcos1

1: Habitat for Humanity International; 2: Habitat for Humanity Cambodia



Identifying challenges of transit-oriented development in Ho Chi Minh City: a catchment area approach for urban railway system

Thai Son Pham

Vietnamese-German University, Vietnam

06-05: Land rights challenges in francophone Africa II
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Hubert M. G. Ouedraogo
 

De la planification spatiale et l’’expansion urbaine en république de Guinée

Barry Alpha Amadou

Cabinet CAGEOFI - OGEG, Guinea-Conakry



Foncier agricole et pastorale en RDC : quelques expériences passées et récentes.

Nyamwoga Bayengeha Floribert

D. R. CONGO Government, Congo, Democratic Republic of the



La protection des droits fonciers et forestiers des communautés locales et des peuples autochtones pygmées en RDC : problèmes conceptuels et pratiques

Severin Matabaro Mugangu

D. R. Congo government, Congo, Democratic Republic of the



The resilience of local Loumbila populations in modern land management

Pauline Oho Bognounou Kambou1, Evariste Dapoa Da2, Georges Compaore2

1: Directorate General of Taxes/Directorate of Cadastre, Burkina Faso; 2: Universite Professeur Joseph Ki-Zerbo de Ouagadougou

06-06: Operationalizing ESG performance standards II
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ajai Nair
 

Land rights and investments: why the IFC performance standards are not enough

Lorenzo Cotula, Brendan Schwartz, Thierry Berger, Amaelle Seigneret

IIED, United Kingdom



The business case for responsible practice on tenure

Benedick Bowie2, Joseph Feyertag1

1: Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Kingdom; 2: TMP Systems, United Kingdom



Linking financial accounting performance to community equity: Opportunities and concerns

Gabriel Thoumi. CFA. FRM1, John Waugh2

1: Planet Tracker, United Kingdom; 2: OturaM, USA



Living landscapes through policies, processes and partnerships

Moray McLeish, Chris Brown

Olam International Ltd

06-07: Slum upgrading policies for equity & resilience
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Cynthia Goytia
 

Enhancing housing ecosystems for greater scale and impact, an integrated systems approach

Sanjeevani Singh

Habitat for Humanity International, United States of America



Giving voice to the slum dwellers – understanding the implications of the implementation of the Land Rights Act in Odisha State, India

Namesh Killemsetty, Amit Patel

University of Massachusetts Boston, United States of America



Neighborhood upgrading programs for equity and resilience: challenges and alternatives in Latin America

Stephen Seidel1, Hector Becerril Miranda2, Mercedes Di Virgilio3, Karol Yanez Soria4, Anaclaudia Rossbach5

1: Habitat for Humanity International, United States of America; 2: Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico; 3: Gino Germani Research Institute ( UBA ) / CONICET; 4: Centromet, Mexico; 5: Cities Alliance, Belgium



A Systematic review of slum policies in the Global South: what could we learn from successes and failures of the past?

Amit Patel, Namesh Killemsetty

University of Massachusetts Boston, United States of America

06-08: Addressing urban informality
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Wilbard Jackson Kombe
 

Land governance challenges in the Egyptian context: procedures, policies, and institutions

Doaa El Sherif

Housing & Building National Research Center, Egypt



Reflecting Urban Sustainability Transition on land for urban expansion in Egypt

Ahmed Soliman, Yahya A. Soliman

Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt



Rapid physical planning assessment: Delivering timely physical planning in Uganda

Vincent Byendaimira

Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development, Uganda



The operation of the informal urban development system in Nigeria

Kwasi Gyau

University of Salford, Manchester, UK, United Kingdom



Informal land use, social constraints, and discriminated land rights in mongolia

Odonchimeg Davaasuren1, Sainbayar Surenkhuu1, Uranbileg Lantuu2, Erkhembayar Enkhtiuvshin2, Erdenetuya Boldbaatar2

1: Mongolian Land Management Association,; 2: Mongolian University of Life Sciences:

06-10: Addressing challenges of spatial planning
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Abdu Muwonge
 

Can spatial planning improve land development opportunities: The case of Kolkata

Fuad Malkawi

The World Bank, United States of America



Achieving serviced and planned land for all: interface between land, planning and housing development

Rosemary Wachira

Center for Sustainable Resource Development, Kenya



Programming the public facilities and land in Morocco: Challenges of the equity city

Abdelwahed El Idrissi

National Institute of Urban Planning and development, Morocco

06-11: Transparent registries to reduce corruption
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Is there a private-sector role in managing land administration in Latin America?

Miguel Mendoza

Independent, Mexico



Reconfiguración de la Propiedad y Tenencia de la Tierra desde el Proceso de Restitución de Tierras en Colombia

Juan Pablo Diaz Lascar

UNIDAD ADMINISTRATIVA ESPECIAL DE GESTIÓN DE RESTITUCIÓN DE TIERRAS, Colombia



Regulación y Avances Tecnológicos en proceso de Titulación de Propiedad.

Ridomil Alejandro Rojas Ferreyra

Poder Judicial / Jurisdicción Inmobiliaria, Dominican Republic



Diagnosis of countries in Latin America that use the land credit instruments as a land access policy under land governance

Nelson Andrade

Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and food Suplly, Brazil



Mass formalization, the challenge for Colombian Land Policy

Javier Perez-Burgos

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Colombia

06-12: Using data for policy & international comparison
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Kartika Sari Juniwaty
 

People-centered monitoring of global development frameworks: LANDex, the SDGs and VGGTs

Eva Hershaw1, Ward Anseeuw1,2, Rukshana Nanayakkara1, Dharm Raj Joshi3

1: International Land Coalition (ILC), Italy; 2: CIRAD, France; 3: Community Self-Resilience Center (CSRC), Nepal



Reflections on promoting land access and tenure security for agricultural transformation in Africa

Dr. Godfrey Bahiigwa, Dr. Janet Edeme, Nsama Nsemiwe

African Union Commission



Establishing national land data helpdesks in support of good land governance in 10 African countries

Clement Adjorlolo, Rudo Makunike

African Union Development Agency-NEPAD, South Africa

06-13: Effects of nationwide large tenure interventions
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Songqing Jin
 

The impact of land property rights on rural-urban migration: Evidence from the 2013 Chinese thousand village survey data

Wen Hu1,2,3, Runsheng Yin3, Jinhua Zhang1,2

1: Institute of Finance and Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China; 2: Research Institute for Agriculture, Farmer and Rural Society in China, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics,China; 3: Department of Forestry, Michigan State University, USA



Moving to opportunity: The effects of the targeted poverty alleviation relocation program in China

Li Zhang, Lunyu Xie, Xinye Zheng

Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of

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3:30pm
07-03: Harnessing e-governance for land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jill Urban-Karr
 

Geospatial reference data in a changing world – innovation, customer expectations and their impact on official geodata and land administration agencies: A case study on real estate market data

Peter Creuzer, Dr. Marcel Ziems

State Agency for Geoinformation and State Survey Lower Saxony (LGLN), Germany



Brazilian innovations in land governance and the contribution of Association of Notaries and Registrars of Mato Grosso

Adriana Coningham1, Rodrigo Coningham de Miranda2, José de Arimatéia Barbosa3, Silvia Soares Ferreira da Silva2

1: Judiciary Branch of Mato Grosso State - Brazil; 2: Bar Association - Mato Grosso State - Brazil; 3: Association of Notaries and Registrars of Mato Grosso - Brazil



Applying artificial intelligence to 21st century land administration

Emma Phillips, Andrew Trigg

Her Majesty's Land Registry, United Kingdom



Economic progress in developing countries by moving toward a cloud based comprehensive Land Information System – Botswana: A case study

Kefentse Mzwinila2, Niko Zorkin1, John Joynt1

1: ENKON Information System Inc., Canada; 2: Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services, Botswana

07-04: Land reforms in Ukraine
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Economic and distributional impact from lifting the farmland sales moratorium in Ukraine

Oleg Nivievskyi1, Klaus Deininger2

1: Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine; 2: The World Bank



Imperfect competition and transaction costs on the land sales market in Ukraine

Eduard Bukin

Justus Liebig University Giessen



The impact of land moratorium on agricultural productivity in Ukraine

Oleg Nivievskyi, Olha Halytsia

Kyiv School of Economics, Ukraine

07-05: Improving transparency through open data
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Laura Meggiolaro
 

Transparency of information at state land agencies in the Brazilian Amazon

Dário Cardoso Jr, Rodrigo Oliveira, Brenda Brito

Imazon, Brazil



Reforming land legislation: A manifesto from Cameroon

Samuel Nguiffo1, Brendan Schwartz2, Lorenzo Cotula2

1: Centre pour l'Environment et Development, Cameroon; 2: International Institute for Environment and Development



Towards better access to information on land and extractive industry concessions in Cambodia

Try Thy, Gabriel Milgram

Open Development Cambodia (ODC), Cambodia

07-06: Impacts of large scale land-based investment
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Paul Ntim
 

Detection and monitoring of large-scale land acquisitions (LSLAs) using Earth observation data

Valentine Lebourgeois1, Yasmine NGadi Scarpetta1, Mohamadou Dieye2, Agnès Bégué1, Louise Leroux3, Jérémy Bourgoin1, Roberto Interdonato1, Camille Jahel1

1: CIRAD, UMR TETIS, France; 2: ISRA-BAME, Senegal; 3: CIRAD, UR AIDA, Senegal



Exploring responsible investments in the Senegal River Valley: Toward a unifying theory of systematic change to reframe sustainability and resilience.

Mamadou Baro

University of Arizona, United States of America



Towards a new framing of the evolution in state-led land tenure reforms in Africa

Moustapha Diop1, Brian Robinson2, Margaret Holland1

1: University Of Maryland Baltimore County, United States of America; 2: McGill University

07-07: Can land value capture finance urban development?
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ruud Kathmann
 

Urban land value capture in São Paulo, Addis Ababa, and Hyderabad: differing interpretations, equity impacts, and enabling conditions

Anjali Mahendra1, Robin King1, Erin Gray1, Maria Hart1, Laura Azeredo1, Luana Betti1, Surya Prakash1, Amartya Deb1, Elleni Ashebir1, Asmaa Ibrahim2

1: World Resources Institute; 2: Cairo University



Land value capture options for enhancing urban infrastructure financing in Kenya

Abdu Muwonge1, Peter Mwangi2

1: World Bank, Kenya; 2: Walker Kontos

07-08: Challenges of scaling up land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Hendrikus Johannes (Rik) Wouters
 

Modernization of land administration services through digitization of geospatial information and associated processes in Uganda

Richard Oput

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda



Assessing the performance of land administration system after land records computerization in Punjab

Muhammad Abdullah1, Walter Timo de Vries1, Zahir Ali2

1: Technical University of Munich, Germany; 2: Institute of Space Technology



Massive rural land certification in Madagascar: from experimentation to industrialization

Jean-Philippe Lestang

IGNFI, France



Essential Elements for the delivery of land reform

Peter Ritchie1, Altine Jibrin2

1: GIS Transport, Nigeria; 2: Kaduna Geographic Information Service (KADGIS)

07-09: Challenges of land acquisition
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: James Kavanagh
 

Land acquisition and expropriation for international pipelines and power lines projects: the case of petroleum and natural gas projects in Turkey

Harun Tanrivermis1, Yesim Tanrivermis2

1: Ankara University, Turkey; 2: Ankara University, Turkey



Land expropriation and development-induced displacement in Taiwan

Shih-Jung Hsu1, Grace Li-Min Liao2

1: National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 2: China University of Technology, Taiwan



The impact of land acquisition procedures on infrastructure projects in Malawi

Edward Chikhwenda

University of Malawi Polytechnic, Malawi



Selective reconciliation of progressive laws in land acquisition for coal mining in India

Arpitha Kodiveri1, Mrinali Karthick2, Kumar Sambhav Shrivastava2

1: European University Institute, Italy; 2: Land Conflict Watch

07-10: Formalizing rural tenure systems
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Victor Endo
 

Scale up Land registration in Tanzania

Mbaraka Stambuli1, Godfrey Machabe2, Richard Baldwin3, Clive English4

1: Ministry of Lands Housing and Human Settlements Development; 2: Ministry of Lands Housing and Human Settlements Development; 3: iLand Consulting Ltd; 4: DAI



Sustaining peace and development in the Democratic Republic of Congo: the role of land policy reform

Mohamed Coulibaly1, Séverin Mugangu2, Dieudonné Ngwasi Akilimali2

1: UNHABITAT-DRC, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; 2: National land reform commission, DRC



Opportunities and challenges of land reform implementation in Malawi

David Harris1, Davie Chilonga2

1: DAI Europe, Land Governance Project, Malawi; 2: Ministry of Lands Housing & Urban Development, Malawi



Alignment of public policies in land administration cases: Completeness of the territory as a peacebuilding policy in Colombia

Daniel Casalprim1, Golgi Alvarez1, Carlos Enrique Moreno2, Lorena Garnica2, Alejandra Botero2

1: Agencia Implementación - SECO Colombia; 2: Consejería Presidencial para la Gestión del Cumplimiento - Colombia

07-12: Assessing new approaches to secure tenure
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Benjamin Linkow
 

Safeguarding land rights of smallholders in Mozambique: The continuum approach

Hosaena Ghebru1, Helder Zavale2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, USA; 2: Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique



What’s mine is yours: pilot evidence on property rights and women’s empowerment in Côte d’Ivoire

Aletheia Donald1, Markus Goldstein1, Alexandra Hartman2, Eliana La Ferrara3, Michael O'Sullivan1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: University College London; 3: Bocconi University

07-13: Protecting indigenous and community land rights
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Michael Taylor
 

Exploiting the fifth world: Navajo land and economic development

Ezra Rosser

American University Washington College of Law, United States of America



Platform of traditional territories in Brazil: an instrument for responsible land governance under the leadership of traditional peoples and communities

Elisa de Siqueira1, Lidiane Taverny Sales2, Wilson Assis3, Jorge Espinoza4, Brinkmeier Friederike4

1: GITEC IGIP GmbH, Brazil; 2: National Council of Traditional Peoples and Communities (CNPCT), Brazil; 3: State Attorney’s Office (Ministério Público Federal), Brazil; 4: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH



Large-scale land acquisition, conservation and communities’ livelihoods in Cameroon : history of a difficult co-existence

Michelle Sonkoue1, Samuel Nguiffo2

1: LANDCAM-NES CAMEROON, Cameroon; 2: LANDCAM-CED CAMEROON, Cameroon

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08-03: Integrating IT into land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Vanessa Lawrence CB
 

Trinidad and Tobago Property Business Registration System: deeds and titles in harmony

Mark Griffin1, Carol Roffer1, Aurelie Milledrogues2, Karen Bridgewater3, Nicole Moonan3

1: IGN FI, Trinidad and Tobago; 2: IGN FI, France; 3: Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago



Institutional determinants of technology-led land governance reforms in India

Narayana Aithappa Gatty1, Pranab Ranjan Choudhury2

1: Azim Premji University, Bangalore, India; 2: Center for Land Governance, Bhubaneshwar, India



Responsive land administration - future scenarios

Kirsikka Riekkinen1,2,3, Fredrik Zetterquist3,4

1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: National Land Survey of Finland; 3: UNECE Working Party on Land Administration (WPLA); 4: University of Gävle, Sweden



Challenges to the implementation of land information systems in Africa: Lessons from Uganda and Tanzania

Christophe Dekeyne, Aurelie Milledrogues, Christopher Burke

IGN FI, Uganda

08-04: Dealing with public land
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ivan Jacopetti do Lago
 

Property Digitalization

Dragana Godjevac Obradovic

Property Directorate, Republic of Serbia, Serbia



Challenges in the management of state owned land in Namibia

Stephnie De Villiers, Celina Awala, Ase Christensen

NUST, Namibia



Piloting systematic land titling in Lusaka, Zambia

Emmanuel Tembo1, Veronica Mwiche1, Shadreck Mutti2

1: Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Zambia; 2: Medici Land Governance



Evaluation of public real estate management and its effectiveness by data envelopment method in Turkey

Ilhan Yildirim, Ozlem Arslan, Harun Tanrıvermis

Ankara University, Turkey

08-05: Implementing affordable housing policies
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Rachelle Alterman
 

Land for affordable housing: intergovernmentalism and institutional agendas

Naganika Sanga

University of Michigan, United States of America



Providing adequately serviced urban residential plots: lessons from the experience of local governments in Cameroon

Serge Zelezeck Nguimatsa1, Paul Blaise Mabou2, Tamilwai Johannes Kolowa1, Bontje Marie Zangerling1

1: World Bank, Cameroon; 2: University of Yaounde I



Large-scale social housing programas on Brazil and Mexico: political balances that define public action

Claudia Marcela Acosta Mora

Fundação Getulio Vargas, São Paulo, Brazil

08-07: Land price determinants
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jann Lay
 

Spatial price adjustment for poverty and inequality measurement: A case study of Ghana

Shohei Nakamura1, Xiaomeng Chen1, Rose Mungai1, Thomas Pearson2, Ayago Wambile1, Nobuo Yoshida1

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Boston University



Using bank loan and historical land administration data to assess national land administration reform: a pre-post evaluation from Mongolia

Kate Marple-Cantrell1, Heather Huntington2

1: The Cloudburst Group, United States of America; 2: Duke University, United States of America



Community participation and the quality of rural infrastructure in Ethiopia

Zemzem Shigute Shuka

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The

08-08: Using new technology in challenging environments
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Amy Coughenour Betancourt
 

Customary land mapping utilizing fit for purpose approach: Case study from Buliisa District, Uganda

Miguel Angel Sanjines Mancilla1, Frank Pichel2, William Kambugu3, Christohper Burke4

1: Land Administration Consultant; 2: Cadasta Foundation; 3: MLHUD Uganda; 4: WMC Africa



Digitization of cadastral maps as part of the cadastral index in Zambia

Emmanuel Tembo, Joseph Minango, Kelvin Chibangula, Prosper Mulenga

Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, Zambia



Surveying the landscape of land rights documentation tools

Thomas Vaassen1, Ana Garcia-Moran1, Johannes Eberenz1, Asaf Even Paz2, Frank Pichel2, Eva-Maria Unger3

1: Meridia, The Netherlands; 2: Cadasta, United States; 3: Kadaster, The Netherlands

08-09: Valuation standards and compulsory acquisition
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Leon Verstappen
 

Case study: the successful implementation of international valuation standards (IVS’s) by Nigeria

Benjamin Lee Elder1, Victor Alonge2

1: RICS, United Kingdom; 2: ESVARBON Nigeria



Effective due diligence for land professionals engaged in land and property acquisition & transfer – essential for emerging markets

James Kavanagh, Fiona Mannix

RICS, United Kingdom



Property valuation and visualization with GIS

Katherine Smyth1, Paul Bidanset2

1: ESRI, United States of America; 2: IAAO, United States of America



Four levels of problems, four levels of valuations: An inquiry.

Michael McDermott

Addressing Wicked Problems, Australia

08-10: Demand for title
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jonathan Conning
 

Trust or registration of property rights? A theory of households' responses to urban land tenure insecurity in developing country contexts

Letrouit Lucie1, Harris Selod2

1: Paris School of Economics, France; 2: The World Bank, United States of America



Land Management Systems and improved equity and access in Cabo Verde

Audrey-marie Schuh Moore

Mathematica, United States of America

08-12: Co-governance of forest tenure
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Brenda Brito do Carmo
 

Progressive Policy, Gender and Indigenous Rights: realities impacting the potential of progressive land frameworks in Indonesia and Mozambique

Christopher Tanner1, Marianna Bicchieri2

1: MOKORO, United Kingdom; 2: FAO Regional Office, Bangkok



Land rights in Laos’ state forest estates: The status quo and way forward

Markus Kukkonen, Paul Prettitore, Caleb Johnson

Global Land and Geospatial Unit, The World Bank, United States of America



ABC Cerrado Project: innovation and development in the Brazilian Cerrado

Cristiane Camboim1, Diego de Faveri2

1: SENAR, Brazil; 2: FGV/EBAPE, Brasil

08-13: Indigenous rights in land acquisition
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Caroline Oduor
 

Innovations in the midst of weak institutions: the case of securing land rights of marginalized IPs in Bukidnon, Philippines

Nathaniel Don Marquez1, Danilo Antonio2, John Gitau2, Hellen-Nyamweru Ndungu2, Lunalyn Cagan2, Roel Ravanera3, Thieza Verdijo3, Marianne Jane Naungayan1, Denise Hyacinth Joy Musni1, Gerard Jerome Dumlao1, Timothy Salomon1, David Benjamin De Vera4, Xyla Mercedita Gualberto3, Mari Danella Bocon3, Ryan Galamiton3, Mark Auditor3, Angel Mae Macadingding3, Joshua Paul Atienza3

1: Asian NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development (ANGOC), Philippines; 2: Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), Kenya; 3: Xavier Science Foundation, Inc. (XSF); 4: Philippine Association for Intercultural Development (PAFID)



Indigenous land rights in Brazil: challenges and threats to land tenure security

Joana Chiavari1,2, Cristina Leme Lopes1,2

1: Climate Policy Initiative Brazil, Brazil; 2: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Collective tenure in island areas of Colombia: legal challenges and political obstacles

Omaira Bolanos Cardenas1, Johana Herrera2

1: Rights and Resources Initiative, United States of America; 2: Univesity Javeriana, Colombia



Improving institutional capacity in land management to enhance women’s access to land in post conflict context: The case of Wau State in South Sudan

Louis Justin Kwot Akolith1, George Ritti Richard Yeserele1, Thomas Chiramba2, Agatha Wanyonyi2, Danilo Antonio2

1: Ministry of Land Housing and Urban Development, South Sudan; 2: UN Habitat

 
Date: Wednesday, 18/Mar/2020
8:30am
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10:00am
09-02: Spatial analysis of land and house prices
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Aparajita Goyal
 

Property rights and housing finance: Case from Kampala.

Annika Nilsson

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden



Multiscale analysis on spatial spillover effects of urban housing price

Weiyan Hu, Tian Liu

Huazhong Agricultural University, People's Republic of China



Who benefits from better roads and why? Mixed-methods analysis of the gender-disaggregated impacts of a rural roads project in Vietnam

Aneesh Mannava, Elizaveta Perova, Phuong Thi Minh Tran

World Bank Group, United States of America



Rural residential land transition in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region: spatial-temporal pattern and policy implications

Zhengfeng Zhang

Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of

09-03: Spatial data for land governance
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: CheeHai Teo
 

Free and open spatial infrastructure for resilient development

SOB Willy Franck

OpenStreetMap Cameroon,



Digital transformation - Serbian experience and challenges

Borko Draskovic1, Rumyana Tonchovska2, Danka Garic1, Darko Vucetic1

1: Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbia; 2: UN FAO



User-centric governance of geospatial foundation data: underpinning the decision-making of a nation

Vanessa Lawrence CB1, Gilles Albaredes2, John Schonegevel3, Maurits van der Vlugt4

1: Location International, United Kingdom; 2: Market2Market Ltd, United Kingdom; 3: New Frontiers Ltd, United Kingdom; 4: Mercury Project Solutions, Australia

09-04: Gendered effects of tenure regularization
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Andreas Lange
 

Strengthening and mobilizing women’s land movements for transparency, equity and justice: our voices must be heard and differences valued and appreciated

Patricia Maria Queiroz Chaves1, Priti Darooka2, Farida Akhter3

1: Espaço Feminista, Brazil; 2: PWESCR, India; 3: UBINIG, Bangladesh



Land , gender and dignity : the complex interaction of poverty, culture and sexuality in women’s land rights

Caroline Agengo

Tomorrow's Child Initiative, Kenya



The influence of land ownership on coffee productivity and income for female household heads in Rwanda

Andrew Gerard, Maria Claudia Lopez

Michigan State University, United States of America



Promising practices for securing women’s rights within the collective

Celina Salcedo-LaViña1, Renee Giovarelli2

1: World Resources Institute, United States of America; 2: Resource Equity, United States of America

09-05: Improving land administration: Challenges & Impacts
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Devie Chilonga
 

Owners association - equity and resilience for property owners

Mureed Mustafa

Emirates Real Estate Solutions, United Arab Emirates



Private sector responsibility in supporting sustainable development

Cecilie Ravn-Christensen, Kenneth Norre

LE34, Denmark



The impacts of land titling on social cohesion. Evidence from Tirana, Albania

Francesca Vanelli

IHS, Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam



Djibouti land sector : Achievements and challenges

Nadege Orlova1, Houssein Barreh2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Ministry of Budget, Direction of Domains, Djibouti

09-06: Large scale investment and natural resource governance
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Joan Kagwanja
 

Revisiting the concept of the availability of land for large-scale commercial farming In Tanzania

Joseph Mukasa Lusugga Kironde

Ardhi university, Tanzania



Land tenure systems in Tanzania: reconsidering indigenous land ownership practices for sustainable land use among the Haya people

Theobald Frank Theodory

Mzumbe University, Tanzania



Impacts of Large Scale Land Acquisitions for government development projects in pastoral areas in Kenya

Samuel Mwenje Nthuni, Kabale Tache, Esterina Dokhe

National Land Commission, Kenya

09-07: REDD and carbon rights
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Michael Kirk
 

Carbon trading and the UN sustainable development goals: valuing ecosystem benefits through reforestation of degraded rainforest patches in Sri Lanka whilst helping to mitigate climate change

Lakmini Senadheera1, Sampath Wahala2, Shermila Weragoda3

1: Sustainable Future Group (Pvt) Ltd, Sri Lanka; 2: Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka; 3: Carbon Consulting Company (Pvt) Ltd



Contested approaches to the study of the sustainability of forest carbon projects in developing countries: over a decade of research in Uganda

Mark Purdon1, Patrick Byakagaba2

1: École des sciences de la gestion, Université du Québec à Montréal (ESG-UQAM), Canada; 2: College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Makerere University



The economics and finance of REDD+ supply: reconciling short-term private incentives with long-term jurisdictional benefits in Mato Grosso, Brazil

Alexander Golub1,2, Diego Herrera Garcia2, Breno Pietracci2, Gabriela Leslie2, Ruben Lubowski2

1: American University, United States of America; 2: EDF



Institutionalizing carbon property rights for resilient: Evidence from Ethiopia

Shewakena Abab

The World Bank Group, Ethiopia Country Office, Ethiopia



Overcoming REDD+ challenges: lessons from the Brazilian Amazon

Raissa Miriam Guerra, Gabriela Savian, Carolina Guyot, Paulo Moutinho

IPAM (Amazon Environmental Research Institute), Brazil

09-08: Transforming land administration in practice
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Alfonso Candau
 

Pilot project on systematic land registration in Georgia – Design and Implementation

Elene Grigolia, Ivane Tsartsidze

National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR), Georgia



Development of the property market in the Republic of North Macedonia (RNM) - the role of the agency for real estate cadastre

Tatjana Cenova-Mitrevska

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre, The Republic of North Macedonia



Afghanistan land administration system project (ALASP) and it’s contribution to the country’s sustainable development.

Sedat Bakici, Zaher Sultani

MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND LAND, Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of



Lessons from two decades of land registry and cadastre modernization in Turkey

Elife Gulriz Saygi

General Directorate of Land and Registry, Turkey

09-09: Local rights and land acquisition
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Eric Yeboah
 

Palm oil investments and social conflict – evidence from household surveys and experiments in rural Liberia

Lisa Hoffmann1, Alexander De Juan2, Jann Lay1

1: GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies; 2: Universität Osnabrück, Germany



The subversion of the due process for seeking consent of communities in land acquisition and the resultant land conflicts

Thomas Worsdell1, Kumar Sambhav Shrivastava1, Sreetama Gupta Bhaya2

1: Land Conflict Watch, India; 2: Oxfam India



Strategic partnership to improve geo-spatial information on communities’ lands

Jimmy Gaudin1, Peter Veit3, Ward Anseeuw2, Amy Coughenour4, Harold Liversage1

1: IFAD, Italy; 2: International Land Coalition, Italy; 3: World Resource Institute - LandMark; 4: CADASTA Foundation



Utility based elicitation for land acquisition compensation

Sankalp Sharma

Kent State University - Tuscarawas, United States of America

09-10: Advances in global positioning for better data access
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Craig Hill
 

KOPOS: A successful infrastructure for Kosovo

Nicolas De Moegen1, Avni Ahmeti2, Reshat Murati2

1: Leica Geosystems, France; 2: Kosovo Cadastral Agency



Ensuring land rights for all through innovative surveying approaches

Matt Delano, Peter Shaw

Trimble, Inc.



Fit for purpose focusing on GNSS accuracies and correction services

Sepp Josef Englberger

Leica Geosystems, Germany

09-11: Ensuring gender-sensitive land administration
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Uchendu Eugene Chigbu
 

Effects of land certification in securing women’s land rights: The case of Arsi Robe district, central Ethiopia

Mesfin Nigussie Ibido

Nanjing Agricultural university, China, People's Republic of



Gender bias in customary land allocation: micro-level evidence from sub-Saharan Africa

Johanna Beduhn1,2, Benjamin Linkow1

1: Landesa; 2: American University



Beyond women’s names on a certificate: gender barriers to inclusion and realizing the benefits of land documentation

Matthew Sommerville1, Emmanuel Mutale1, Jennifer Duncan2, Simon Norfolk3

1: Tetra Tech, USAID Integrated Land and Resource Governance Program (ILRG); 2: Landesa, USAID ILRG; 3: Terra Firma, USAID ILRG



Analyzing the status of land tenure security in Nepal using SWOT methodology

Harisharan Nepal, Anil Marasini

Government of Nepal, Nepal

09-12: Strategies for sustainable urban development
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Urban land management for sustainable urbanization in Oman

Hazem Abdelfattah

The World Bank, Saudi Arabia



Unlocking land for affordable rental housing for industrial park workers in Ethiopia

Yan Zhang1, Abebe Zeluel2, Amare Asgedom3

1: World Bank; 2: Ministry of Urban Development and Construction, Ethiopia; 3: Industrial Parks Development Corporation, Ethiopia



International Affordable Housing Delivery – the link between land value and development standards

Tony Mulhall, James Kavanagh

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, United Kingdom

 
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10-01: Property tax, urban development and tenure security
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Andrew Hetherton
 

The modernization of the property tax in the 21st century

David Laurence Magor

Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation, United Kingdom



Stable value based taxation needs a transparant real estate market

Ruud Kathmann, Marco Kuijper, Ben Bervoets

Netherlands Council for Real Estate Assessment, Netherlands, Netherlands, The



Land and housing taxes and urban sustainable development: The case of Hanoi, Vietnam

Hong Loan Trinh

University of Québec in Montreal, Canada

10-03: Using UAVs in land administration: Potential & challenges
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Vivien Depardy
 

Drones in cadastral surveying

Walter Volkmann

MicroAerial Projects LLC, United States of America



Issuance of policies on the use of UAV to support surveying

Rene Sanapo, Rhea Dealca

The Asia Foundation, Philippines



Toward land sector equity and resilience in Nepal: the role, uptake, and impact of UAVs

Paula Dijkstra1, Uttam Pudasaini2, Uma Shankar Panday3, Eva Unger1, Rohan Bennett1

1: Kadaster International, Netherlands; 2: NAXA and Flying Labs, Nepal; 3: Kathmandu University, Nepal



Aircraft, an opportunity for land security

David Daniel Koffi Tossou, P. Murielle Y. Houngan

Bureau Etudes ATLAS GIS, Benin



Generating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data and analytics acquired autonomously through satellites and unmanned aircraft to revolutionise the development of modern land administration systems

Alexis Hannah Smith1, Benjamin Emre Orçan2

1: IMGeospatial, United Kingdom; 2: Soarizon by Thales

10-04: Regularizing rights: from theory to practice
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ruth Meinzen-Dick
 

Tanzania’s rural titling program: an evidence-based assessment

Kelly Askew

University of Michigan, United States of America



Land titling in Cambodia: be careful what you wish for

Milford Bateman

Juraj Dobrila University at Pula, Croatia



Collective titling and community consultation: Theory and practice

Laura German

University of Georgia, United States of America



Land tenure and land policies in the era of rural transformation in Africa

Hosaena Ghebru

International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America

10-05: Linking Africa's land policy to global frameworks
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: John Bugri
 

Towards land policy reform and innovation in Southern Africa

Charl-Thom Hilgardt Bayer, Stig Enemark, Kirk Michael

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia



Unraveling large-scale land acquisitions dynamics in Senegal, experience from a land observatory

Jeremy Bourgoin1,3, Djibril Diop2, Mohamadou Dieye2, Camille Jahel1,2, Khalilou Diagne1,2, Quentin Grislain1,3, Valentine Lebourgeois1, Djiby Dia2

1: UMR TETIS, CIRAD, France; 2: ISRA BAME, Senegal; 3: Land Matrix



Public policies that advance or hinder rural women’s and young people’s livelihoods and climate justice

Catherine Gatundu, Ruchi Tripathi, Kate Carroll, Alex Wijeratna.

ActionAid international, Kenya



Mainstreaming Land Governance into national strategies and plans in select African countries

Dr. Rudo Makunike, Dr. Clement Adjorlolo

AUDA-NEPAD, South Africa

10-06: Land tenure and smallholder commercialization
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Leif Brottem
 

Agricultural commercialization and asset poverty: Implications for land and livestock ownership

Martin Paul Jr Tabe-Ojong,

University of Bonn, Germany



The role of land dynamics in integrated animal trypanosomiasis management: evidence from Kwale county, Kenya

Arnold Musungu1, David Jakinda Otieno1, Beatrice Muriithi2, Rose Nyikal1, Daniel Masiga2, Michael Nyanganga Okal2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), Nairobi Kenya



The features of an effective rural land tenure strengthening programmes targeting agriculture smallholder sector in Mozambique

Daniel Ozias Mate, Constantino Estevao Cuambe, Eusebio Tumuitikile, Daniel Vasco Simango

Agricultural Development Fund (FDA)/ Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA), Mozambique

10-07: Monitoring performance using administrative data
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Daniel Paez
 

Adherence to the International Land Measurement Standards in land administration in Trinidad and Tobago

Charisse Griffith-Charles

The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago



Developing a real estate and land monitoring system to enhance market transparency

Xiang Xu2, Hazem Abdelfattah2, Ellen Hamilton2, Reyna Alorro2, Saeed Algarny1

1: Real Estate General Authority, Saudi Arabia; 2: World Bank, United States of America



Connecting the unconnected - innovations in mobile government in the indian state of andhra pradesh

Sundar Balakrishna

Director, Electronic Services Delivery, India



Measuring property registry in Brazil: a privacy by design econometric model

Adriana Jacoto Unger1,2, Bruno Ricardo Bioni2, Marcelo Fantinato2, Maria Luciano2

1: Instituto de Registro Imobiliario do Brasil; 2: Universidade de Sao Paulo

10-08: New ways of addressing urban informality
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Diane Awo Dumashie
 

Reconstruction of cadaster: A driver for local economy development and sustainable peace

Serge Vuthegha1, Jonathan Shaw1, Solomon Njogu1, Juhudi Duparc1, Julien Muyisa1, Danillo Antonio2, Justin Kahindo1, Mohamed Coulibaly2

1: Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; 2: Global Land Tools Network



Land reform challenges in Georgia in terms of institutional property rights

Nazira Kakulia, Valeri Arghutashvili

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia



Land value capture in land tenure regularization projects

Felician Komu1, Evelyene Mugasha2

1: Majengo Estates Dev Limited; 2: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Tanzania



The UNECE/FIG guide for formalization of informal constructions within the UNECE region

Chrysi Potsiou1,2, Steven Nystrom1,2, Rik Wouters1, Amie Figueiredo1

1: UNECE WPLA; 2: FIG

10-09: Improving payment for environmental services
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Sahan Dissanayake
 

Spatial characteristics of degraded land and their implications to the design and implementation of landscape restoration programs: West China as an example

Runsheng Yin1, Jun Xiao2, Zhaochen Li2

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: APFNet, China



Can indigenous and community-based ecotourism serve as a catalyst for land-sparing in Latin America?

Ulrich Dieter Gunter1, Michele Graziano Ceddia2

1: MODUL University Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Bern, Switzerland



Land-use behavior and equity under the rise and fall of payment for environmental services: Ecuador’s Socio Bosque program

Tanya Hayes1, Felipe Murtinho1, Hendrik Wolff2

1: Seattle University, United States of America; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada



Evaluation of the socioeconomic impacts of China’s sloping land conversion program

Runsheng Yin, Gang Lu

Michigan State University, United States of America

10-10: Research on urban land tenure
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Remi Jedwab
 

Urban extension and infrastructure investments: What is the role of land value capture?

Cynthia Goytia, Marcela Cristini

Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentine Republic



Real estate disputes and urban fragility: A multi-method analysis of vulnerability in Eastern Congo’s cities

David Peyton1,2, Kyle Hamilton2

1: Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Sharing the Land, Integrated Research Institute, Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo



Socioeconomic scenarios for reducing the economic impact of flood and drought in Ethiopia

Neeraj Baruah1, Oliver Walker1, Ashley Gorst1, Paul Sayers2

1: Vivid Economics, United Kingdom; 2: University of Oxford



Urbanization and demographic and health outcomes: perspectives from Degree of Urbanisation Model

Vernon Henderson1, Vivian Liu2, Cong Peng3, Adam Storeygard4

1: London School of Economics; 2: London School of Economics; 3: University of California San Diego; 4: Tufts University

10-11: Addressing land-related corruption
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Pranab Ranjan Choudhury
 

From participatory community mapping to data-driven land and housing policy and practice: Emerging outcomes from informal settlements in Muntinlupa City, Philippines

Louie Robert Posadas1, Ruby Papeleras2, Danilo Antonio3, John Gitau3, Lunalyn Cagan3

1: Technical Assistance Movement for People and Environment Inc. (TAMPEI); 2: Homeless People's Federation Philippines Inc. (HPFPI); 3: UN Habitat / Global Land Tool Network (GLTN)



Addressing and understanding citizens’ perceptions on land corruption in Africa

Rueben Lifuka, Michael Nest

Transparency International Secretariat



Role of e-governance in mitigating corruption in statutory land governance activities in Central, East, Southern and West Africa: evidence from five countries

Sam M. Mwando1, Anthony Mushinge2, Amin Issa3, Jean Luc Tshitaka4

1: Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia; 2: Copperbelt University, Zambia; 3: Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia; 4: University of Johannesburg, South Africa

10-12: Securing land rights in (post) conflict settings
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Supporting land rights for minorities in Iraq

Muslim Qazimi

UN-Habitat Iraq



Securing land rights of displaced and evicted communities in Northern and Eastern Sri Lanka

Kodagoda Hitige Pubudini Nirasha Wickramaratne

Oxfam International



Repatriation, land conflicts and hybrid governance: evidence from the south of Burundi.

Camille Munezero1, Rene Claude Niyonkuru2

1: Radboud University, Netherlands, The; 2: Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium



Urban expansion and geo-spatial analysis of the Venezuelan migration

Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta

WORLD BANK, Colombia

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
11-01: Addressing urban informality in an equitable way
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Bringing equality & resilience among poor slum dwellers in Mumbai

Shri Deepak Kapoor

Government of Maharashtra, India



State of urban poor rental housing in India and emerging policy trends

Anindita Mukherjee1, Shubhagato Dasgupta1, Aparna Das2

1: Centre for Policy Research, India; 2: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit(GIZ)



Learning from the past about tackling the issue of affordable housing in Mumbai

Abhay Pethe, Rashmi Sharma

Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy, University of Mumbai, India

11-02: Providing the data to make cities more sustainable
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ed Parsons
 

Mainstreaming disruptive technologies: integration of EO based data for urban planning

Thomas Haeusler, Sharon Gomez

GAF AG, Germany



Joint use of earth observation, machine learning and local knowledge to understand risk and increase resilience in African cities

Thomas Esch1, Mattia Marconcini1, Felix Bachofer1, Annekatrin Metz-Marconcini1, Milena Mönks1, Julian Zeidler1, Benjamin Leutner1, Edward Anderson2, Vivien Deparday2, Caroline Margaux Gevaert2

1: DLR, Germany; 2: World Bank, USA

11-03: Achieving large scale mapping at reasonable cost
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Effective large area mapping of height models with single-photon LiDAR

Ronald Roth1, Moises Zalba2

1: Hexagon Geosystems, United States of America; 2: Tracasa, S.A., Spain



Tackling undocumented land rights worldwide with improved cadastral survey productivity

Andy Wickless, Martin Westers

Trimble, Inc.



Efficient country-wide aerial image capture as a foundation for topographic mapping, cadastral mapping and land administration systems

Poul Noergaard1, Ove Steen Kristensen2, Kei Sato3

1: Leica Geosystem, Switzerland; 2: COWI A/S, Denmark; 3: PASCO ltd., Japan



Fit-for-purpose land administration - high accuracy and low cost

Brent Jones

Esri, United States of America

11-04: Exploring the political economy of land tenure
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Laura German
 

Possession and precedence: juxtaposing customary and legal events to establish land authority

Sandra Joireman1, Laura Yoder2

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Wheaton College (IL)



Developing hybrid institutions for land governance: explaining divergent trajectories in Ghana

Joseph Ayitio

University of Reading, United Kingdom



Land grabbing and Carbon Quisling: A critique of state-orchestrated biodiversity conservation and ecotourism promotion in Sikkim, India

Martha Lilly Peediyakkan

University of Auckland, New Zealand



The political economy of land reform in Zimbabwe with implications for Southern Africa

Charles Chavunduka, Willoughby Zimunya, Emma Maphosa

University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

11-05: Land administration for disaster resilience
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Cornelis de Zeeuw
 

Bridging LA and DRM for equity and resilience: dialogue for practical implementation

Eva-Maria Unger1, Rohan Bennett1, Christiaan Lemmen1, Paula Dijkstra1, Jaap Zevenbergen2

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: University Twente, ITC



Land administration and climate change resiliency

Raijeli Lewatu Taga

Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources, Fiji Islands



Enhancing the resilience and impact of land administration and geospatial information systems in Nepal

Vladimir V. Evtimov1, Keith C. Bell2, Janak Raj Joshi3

1: Food and Agriculture Organization; 2: World Bank; 3: Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, Nepal



Housing improvement policies: A strategy to increase resilience, save lives, protect assets and reduce economic losses

Carlos Ariel Cortes Mateus1, Luis Miguel Triveño Chan Jan2

1: World Bank, Colombia; 2: World Bank.

11-06: Realistic planning in poor data environments
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Emmanuel Nkurunziza
 

Decision-making from the middle: leapfrogging incremental upgrading through data technologies and institutional innovations

Anni Beukes1, Nicholas Marchio1,4, Luis Bettencourt1,2,3

1: Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation; 2: University of Chicago; 3: Santa Fe Instititute; 4: Research Computing Centre, University of Chicago



Between informal and illegal in planning law: Global South and Global North

Rachelle Alterman

Neaman Institue for National Policy Research, Technion, Israel



Leveraging disruptive technologies for urban development control in Indonesian cities

Gayatri Singh1, Edith Yuan1, Chris Van Diemen2, Ricarco Ochoa3

1: World Bank; 2: Green Cities Watch; 3: Capital Sustentable



The contribution to affordable housing of new legislation enabling regularization of vertical expansion

Ivan Jacopetti do Lago

IRIB, Brazil

11-07: Adapting land adminstration systems to new demands
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Victoria Abbott
 

Introducing a complete new land registry and e-conveyancing system

Jaques Vos, Bernardus Hendrikus Johannes Roes

Kadaster, Netherlands, The



Fit for future land administration with sustainable transformation

Dave Stow1, John Clutterbuck1, Peter Shaw2, Jill Urban-Karr2

1: Ordnance Survey, United Kingdom; 2: Trimble, USA



Land registers supporting sustainable development within the framework of United Nations Organization 2030 Agenda

Alfonso Candau

IPRA-CINDER, Spain

11-08: Monitoring real estate market activity
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: C. Kat Grimsley
 

Impact evaluation of macroeconomic factors on GDP and the real estate market in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tamara Travar4, Zeljko Racic1, Dragan Stankovic2, Bosiljka Predragovic3, Jasenko Nedinic5

1: University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Economics; 2: Republic Geodetic Authority Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 3: Republic Geodetic Authority Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 4: Republic Geodetic Authority Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 5: Republic Geodetic Authority Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina



Big data sharing efficiency on the Zambian residential property market: Case study of Lusaka

Christopher Mulenga

University of Lusaka, Zambia



Why are Americans losing their homes and land?: Mapping U.S. property insecurity and loss

Tim Robustelli, Yuliya Panfil

New America, United States of America

11-09: Land use changes In Eastern European economies
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Alex Sakal
 

An empirical analysis of institutional change and land use in transition economies

Zarema Akhmadiyeva, Thomas Herzfeld

IAMO, Germany



Prioritizing land consolidation projects in Kosovo: Elaborating a methodology to develop Kosovo’s strategy and policy for rural development

Michael Becker

GIZ - Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit, Kosovo



Land governance in transitional regimes – an empirical conceptualization for identifying and mapping Romanian hybrid land governance networks

Suzanne Verhoog

VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



Institutional quality and liberal land reforms acceptance: The case of Ukrainian land reform

Vasyl Kvartiuk, Klaus Deininger

Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany

11-10: Land markets and rural structural change
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Eduardo Zegarra
 

Soil quality and soil fertility Investments on rented versus owned plots: evidence from a matched tenant-landlord sample in Malawi

Jacob Ricker-Gilbert1, Jordan Chamberlin2, Joseph Kanyamuka3

1: Purdue University, United States of America; 2: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT); 3: Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR)



Land market frictions and manufacturing in developing countries

Aradhya Sood

University of Minnesota, United States of America



Spillover effects of medium-scale farms on smallholder farms : evidence from Nigeria

Saweda Liverpool-Tasie, Ahmed Salim Nuhu, Thom Jayne, Milu Muyanga, Awokuse Titus, Adebayo Aromolaran

Michigan State University, United States of America

11-11: Challenges of scaling up land regularization
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Javier Molina Cruz
 

Securing land rights at scale: Lessons from DFID land tenure regularisation and land sector support programmes

Clive English1, Anna Locke2, Julian Quan3, Joseph Feyertag2, Chris Penrose Buckley4

1: DAI International; 2: Overseas Development Institute; 3: Natural Resources Institute; 4: DFID, United Kingdom



Scaling-up the registration and formalization of customary land in Uganda: Lessons and issues from pilot projects over the last decade

Margaret Rugadya1, Christine Kajumba2, Herbert Kamusiime3

1: Global Practice Leader, RE-USA; 2: Associates Research Trust, Uganda; 3: Associates Research Trust, Uganda



LAND-at-scale: introduction to the programme and first results

Hendrikus Johannes {Rik} Wouters, Gemma Betsema, Thomas Vintges, Pim Kieskamp, Frank van Holst, Maaike Snel, Astrid Broekaart, Maaike van den Berg

RVO (Netherlands Enterprises Agency), The Netherlands

11-12: Improving tenure for sustainability and prosperity
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Jorge Espinoza
 

Factors impacting on land reform and sustainable small scale farmers – a case study from the eastern cape province of south africa

Christopher Tapscott1, Edward Russell2, Richard Haines3, Motsoasele Leballo4, Ivonald Da Cruz5, Philipp Baumgartner6

1: University of the Western Cape, South Africa; 2: International Fund for Agricultural Development; 3: Nelson Mandela University, South Africa; 4: International Fund for Agricultural Development; 5: International Fund for Agricultural Development; 6: International Fund for Agricultural Development



Sustainable land administration and land mobility – the role of land markets

Richard Baldwin

iLand Consulting, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 19/Mar/2020
8:30am
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10:00am
12-01: Masterclass: Presentation of the scoping study on land governance in North Africa
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Moha El-ayachi
 

Presentation of the scoping study on land governance in North Africa

Moha El-ayachi1, Nabila Zouhiri2, Heba Allah Khalil3, Eltaib Ganawa4, Wague Ousmane5, Salwa Saidi6, Said El Azrak7

1: Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medecine, Morocco; 2: GIZ / SLGA North Africa; 3: University of Cairo /Egypt; 4: University of Khartoum / Sudan; 5: University of Nouakchott Alaasriya / Mauritania; 6: University Almanar / Tunisia; 7: Ecole Spéciale de la Géomatique et de la Topographie-ESGT

12-02: Masterclass: Digital tokenization of land with open source software
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Chris Chrysostom
 

Digital tokenization of land with open source software

Chris Chrysostom

Medici Land Governance, United States of America

12-04: Masterclass: Open data as a means to counteract land corruption - what it takes
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Felix Schilling
 

Open data as a means to counteract land corruption – what it takes

Felix Schilling, Annette Jaitner, Marcus Zamaitat, Elke Matthaei

GIZ, Germany

12-05: Masterclass: Developing a real estate and land monitoring system to enhance market transparency
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Reyna Alorro
 

How governments can support real estate and land development to promote economic growth

Saeed Algarny1, Andrew Trigg2, Dana Salbak3, Liz Price4, Ellen Hamilton5, Hazem Abdelfattah5

1: Real Estate General Authority, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; 2: Her Majesty's Land Registry, United Kingdom; 3: JLL-MENA, United Arab Emirates; 4: Urban Land Institute (ULI), Washington, DC, USA; 5: World Bank

12-06: Masterclass: The operationalization of the United Nations integrated geospatial information framework
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: CheeHai Teo
 

The operationalization of the United Nations integrated geospatial information framework

Greg Scott1, CheeHai Teo1, Tim Trainor2, Elena Busch3

1: United Nations, United States of America; 2: International Cartographic Association; 3: Norwegian Mapping Authority

12-07: Masterclass: Financial modelling of private capital participation in Land Administration Systems
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Dezhi Yu
 

Financial modelling of private capital participation in Land Administration Systems

Dezhi Yu1, Daniel Paez2

1: DAI; 2: FIG Commission 7

12-08: Masterclass: Valuation of unregistered land and informal property
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Michael McDermott
 

Manual and due diligence protocol for the "Valuation of Unregistered land and informal property"

Michael McDermott, Kwabena Asiama

Addressing Wicked Problems, Australia

12-09: Masterclass: Strategies and tools to design multi-stakeholder platforms for equitable and resilient land governance
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Anne Larson
 

Strategies and tools to design multi-stakeholder platforms for equitable and resilient land governance

Anne Larson1, Blake Ratner2, Juan Pablo Sarmiento Barletti1

1: CIFOR; 2: Co Resilience

12-10: Masterclass: Geospatial data for more informed decision making I
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ran Goldblatt
 

Geospatial data for more informed decision making I

Ran Goldblatt1, Trevor Monroe2, Nancy Gracia3, Brad Bottoms4, Jenny Mannix5

1: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America; 2: World Bank Group; 3: World Bank Group; 4: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America; 5: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America

10:30am
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12:00pm
13-01: Masterclass: Promoting social and economic development in the Arab region through improved land information systems
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Muhamad Alrajhi
 

Promoting social and economic development in the Arab region through improved land information systems

Muhamad Alrajhi1, Philip Auerswald2

1: Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Saudi Arabia; 2: Zilla Global LLC, USA

13-02: Masterclass: Implementation of Enabling Voices, Demanding Rights: A guide to gender-sensitive community engagement in large scale land-based investment in agriculture.
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Naomi Shadrack Mwaiponya
 

Implementation of Enabling Voices, Demanding Rights: A guide to gender-sensitive community engagement in large scale land-based investment in agriculture.

Naomi Shadrack Mwaiponya1, Francine Picard2, Jimmy Ochom3

1: Oxfam International; 2: International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD); 3: Oxfam in Uganda

13-03: Masterclass: Implementing women’s land rights through innovative technology: Law in your palm in rural villages in Tanzania
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Monica Elias Mhoja
 

Implementing women’s land rights through innovative technology: Law in your palm in rural villages in Tanzania

Monica Elias Mhoja1, Neema Magimba2

1: Landesa, Tanzania; 2: Sheria Kiganjani

13-04: Masterclass: Tools for fair & equitable property taxes
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Paul Bidanset
 

Tools for fair & equitable property taxes

Paul Bidanset, Amy Rasmussen, Tim Boncoskey, Peadar Davis, Terence Fahey

IAAO, United States of America

13-05: Masterclass: How can land authorities apply emerging technologies?
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Victoria Abbott
 

How can land authorities apply emerging technologies?

Victoria Abbott

Her Majesty's Land Registry, United Kingdom

13-06: Masterclass: CollabMap, a collaborative mapping tool: supporting equity and citizen participation for a resilient planning process.
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Eduardo Perez-Denicia
 

CollabMap, a collaborative mapping tool: supporting equity and citizen participation for a resilient planning process.

Gayatri Singh1, Yuko Arai1, Ricardo Ochoa-Sosa2, Eduardo Pérez-Denicia2

1: World Bank, Indonesia; 2: CAPSUS S.C., Mexico

13-07: Masterclass: Fit for the Future: The role of international land networks
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Diane Awo Dumashie
 

Fit for the Future: The role of international land networks

Diane Awo Dumashie

FIG International Federation of Surveyors, United Kingdom

13-08: Masterclass: Geospatial data for a more informed decision making II
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ran Goldblatt
 

Geospatial data for a more informed decision making II

Ran Goldblatt1, Trevor Monroe2, Nancy Gracia3, Brad Bottoms4, Jenny Mannix5

1: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America; 2: World Bank Group; 3: World Bank Group; 4: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America; 5: New Light Technologies, Inc., United States of America

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
14-01: Masterclass: Seeds of learning: uncertainty and technology adoption in an ecosystem-based adaptation game
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Sahan Dissanayake
 

Seeds of learning: uncertainty and technology adoption in an ecosystem-based adaptation game

Babatunde Abidoye3, Sarah Jacobson2, Sahan Dissanayake1

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: Williams College, United States of America; 3: United Nations Development Program

14-02: Masterclass: Putting tools into practice: Monitoring and implementing free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) for Indigenous Peoples
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Soledad Mills
 

Putting tools into practice: Monitoring and implementing free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) for Indigenous Peoples

Soledad Mills

Equitable Origin, United States of America

14-03: Masterclass: Exploring tools and approaches toward responsible youth and gender sensitive land governance, equity and transparency at global level
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Ibrahima KA
 

Exploring tools and approaches towards responsible youth and gender sensitive land governance, equity and transparency at global level

Ibrahima Ka1, Audace Kubwimana1, Everlyne Nairesiae2, Saurlin Siagian1, Zulema Burneo1, Andrea Esquivel Esquivel3, Harold Liversage4

1: ILC; 2: GLTN; 3: PROCASUR; 4: IFAD

14-04: Masterclass: Restoration Opportunities Atlas - building information bridges for people, forests and landscapes
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Marie Josephine Nishanthi Duraisami
 

Restoration Opportunities Atlas - building information bridges for people, forests and landscapes

Marie Josephine Nishanthi Duraisami, Ruchika Singh

World Resources Institute India, India

14-05: Masterclass: Ground reference data collection to advance agricultural monitoring with Earth observations
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Yonah Bromberg Gaber
 

Ground reference data collection to advance agricultural monitoring with Earth observations

Yonah Bromberg Gaber, Alando Ballantyne

Radiant Earth Foundation, United States of America

14-06: Masterclass: Mobilizing finance for development by unlocking the value of government real estate – lessons from Sarajevo, Almaty, Tirana
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Rodica Olariu
 

Mobilizing finance for development by unlocking the value of government real estate – lessons from Sarajevo, Almaty, Tirana

Valerie-Joy Santos, Gary Claude Goliath, Rodica Tomescu-Olariu

World Bank Group, United States of America

14-07: Masterclass: Measuring community-based tenure in forest landscapes. A new assessment tool
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Gerardo Segura Warnholtz
 

Measuring community-based tenure in forest landscapes. A new assessment tool.

Gerardo Segura Warnholtz1, Malcolm Childress2, Naysa Ahuja1, Logan Sander2

1: World Bank, United States of America; 2: Global Land Alliance

14-08: Masterclass: A practical guide to property registration projects: what worked and lessons learned from around the world
Location: Online Proceedings
Chair: Wael Zakout
 

A practical guide to property registration projects: what worked and lessons learned from around the world

Wael Zakout1, Gavin Adlington1, Rumyana Tonchovska2, Stig Enemark3, Paul Munro-Faure2

1: World Bank Group; 2: Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO); 3: Aalborg University

 
Date: Friday, 20/Mar/2020
9:00am
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10:30am
Poster Board 01-01
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Effect of finance on smallholder farmers commercialization in eSwatini: Evidence using the endogenous switching regression model

Isaac Phiri

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Climate smart agriculture, household income and asset accumulation: An Impact Evaluation of climate smart villages in the Nyando basin of Kenya

Maurice Ogada

Taita Taveta University, Kenya



Study on coupling and coordination relationship between intensive land use and ecological benefits in urban agglomeration of middle reaches of yangtze river

Ruoxin Wang

Huazhong University Of Science And Technology, China, People's Republic of



Master student

Fenfen LIU, Jing Li

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of



Population growth trends in Kampala City, Uganda: implications on land development and land governance

Richard Irumba, Andrew M Kitaka

Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda



The long-term effect of civil conflict on preference for democracy, trust, and voting participation: Evidence from Guatemala

Gabriel Fuentes Cordoba

Sophia University, Japan

Poster Board 01-02
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Assessing agricultural Land use and deforestation practices in meme division, south west region, Cameroon, using satellite images

Lionel Takem Nkwanyang1, Gilbert Mbzighaa Chongwain2, Emmanuel Romaric Ouabo3

1: University of Bamenda, Cameroon; 2: Ministry of Mines; 3: Ministry of Land and Property



Leverage Geospatial AI and ML innovation in Land management

Mohamed Issa

ESRI Inc., United Arab Emirates



Data driven land policy:a data mining approach.

Fatima Motunrayo Lawal

DEZHOU UNIVERSITY, CHINA.



Evaluation of the performance of a selected irrigation scheme in Irak with satellite imagery to support its rehabilitation

Christophe Sannier1, Nicolas Ekicier1, Aline Duplaa2, Jean-Yves Le Bras2

1: SIRS, France; 2: CLS, France



Monitoring changes in irrigation from space

Sven Gilliams, Laurent Tits, Jeroen Degerickx

VITO, Belgium



Integrated geospatial information framework: Country level support towards achieving the SDGs

Rumyana Tonchovska1, Kathrine Kelm2, Andrew Coote3

1: UNFAO, Italy; 2: World Bank group, USA; 3: ConsultingWhere Ltd.



Rural Environmental Registry: A territorial intelligence tool for land and environmental management on Agrarian Reform Settlements in Pará State, Brazil.

Carlos Eduardo Sturm1, Thaia Cacciamali1, Giuseppe Vieira1, Andre Freddo1, Dulce Amaral1, Carlos Ansarah1, Ruberval Silva1, Silvio Menezes1, Felipe Szczpanski1, Bernardo Trovão2

1: Agrarian Reform National Institute, Brazil; 2: Brazilian Forest Service

Poster Board 01-03
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Utilization of artificial intelligence to improve baseline statistics for SDG Indicators: The case of gender and land ownership in the Uganda’s National Land Information System (NLIS)

Alexius Santoni1, Herimiaina Andria-Ntoanina1, Aurélie Milledrogues1, Nicholas Ndawula2, William Kambugu2, Christopher Burke1

1: IGN FI, Uganda; 2: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MLHUD), Uganda



Analysis on wetland landscape pattern based on remote sensing image ——a case study of Dongying

Yifan Qin, Dong Ai

China Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of



Aerial geospatial data and techniques for national resources management and development plans for developing Nations

Qassim Abdullah, Kendall James

Woolpert, United States of America



The accessibility of land titles in Cambodia

Gabriel Milgram, Try Thy

Open Development Cambodia, Cambodia



Climate resilient urban growth for adequate housing and urban accessibility in Georgetown, Guyana

Neeraj Baruah1, Charlie Dixon1, Haimwant Persaud2, Paul Sayers3

1: Vivid Economics, United Kingdom; 2: Ministry of Natural Resources, Government of Guyana; 3: Research Associate, University of Oxford



Cyber security as crucial technological component for integrity of land rights and geospatial data - where are we now and where are we heading to?

Borko Draskovic1, Rumyana Tonchovska2, Darko Vucetic1, Vladan Todorovic3

1: Republic Geodetic Authority, Serbia; 2: UN FAO; 3: AST Doo, Republic of Serbia

Poster Board 01-04
Location: Online Proceedings
 

E-knowledge for land governance? Exploring the potential of e-planning portals to strengthen land governance in Uganda

Stephen Kyakulumbye, Shaun Pather, David Neves

University of the Western Cape South Africa, Uganda



The Nature and Pattern of land ownership and the incidence of landlessness among Adivasis in Kerala

Kunhikrishnan Velutholy

Central University of Kerala, India



Multipurpose land data bank for Nigeria.

Olorunfemi Isaac Olu Adedurin

OGIS Consult Limited, Nigeria



Until their services are made obsolete: Proposed land management scheme/strategy to rescue land-guards menace in Ghana

David Kwasi Bansah

Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana



Potentials and challenges of blockchain adoption for land title registration in a frontier economy: evidence from Lagos state, Nigeria

Benjamin Gbolahan Ekemode

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria



The contribution of data ecosystems to global land frameworks – the case of the Land Matrix for the monitoring of the VGGTs

Ward Anseeuw1, Angela Harding2, Jérémy Bourgoin3, Eva Harding1, Quentin Grislain3, Djibril Diop4, Markus Giger5, Jann Lay6

1: International Land Coalition / CIRAD, Italy; 2: Land Matrix; 3: CIRAD; 4: ISRA-BAME; 5: CDE-University of Bern; 6: GIGA



Reformation of land administration and governance in Enugu state, Nigeria by creating resilient institutions

Victor Chukwuemeka Nnam

Commissioner for Lands, Ministry of Lands and Urban Development, Government of Enugu State of Nigeria

Poster Board 01-05
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The Ovejas Pilot: massive land formalization in Colombia

Adriana Velez, Cristina Alvarez, Nicholas Tagliarino

Tetra Tech ARD, United States of America



Automated building damage classification using remotely sensed data for rapid disaster response- case study: hurricane Dorian damage on Bahama

Kyutae Ahn, Lori Collins, Ran Tao

University of South Florida, United States of America



Open data, open standards and open source software – practical experiences from land governance projects

Bernd Eversmann, Tommi Tenno

NIRAS International Consulting



African irrigation dams’ effects on the environment and human communities: a remote sensing and machine learning approach

Mokganedi Tatlhego, Paolo D'Odorico

UC Berkeley, United States of America



Developing Proper Land Management Practices For Sustainable Development in support of good governance and a transparent land market in Anguilla

Jill Urban-Karr1, Leslie Hodge2

1: Trimble Inc., United States of America; 2: Government of Anguilla, Department of Lands and Surveys, Anguilla W.I.



Addressing the gender digital divide through crowdsourced land data collection and verification

Philip Auerswald1, Gitanjali Swamy2

1: George Mason University, United States of America; 2: IoTask, United States of America

Poster Board 01-06
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Overpricing on rental fees stagnating commercial property leasing in Dar es salaam tanzania

Edita Rwamuyagaza

Nil, Tanzania



Using Multinational Data Sources to establish benchmarks and intervention programs for property market improvements in West Africa

William E Endsley1, Gedeon Dansou2, Victoria Sampah3

1: Georgetown University, United States of America; 2: Dansou & Company; 3: Abri Foundation



Impact of land renting-out on welfare of rural households: evidence from Central Ethiopia

Eden Tilahun1, Mengistu Ketema1, Fekadu Gelaw2

1: Haramaya University, Ethiopia; 2: Meles Zenawi Foundation



Potentials of Land Rental Markets and Land (De)fragmentation in Ethiopia: Empirical evidence using spatial data

Hosaena Ghebru1, Bart Minten1, Fikirte Girmachew2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopia Policy Studies Institute - PSI



Research on the structural reform of the supply side of the land market in Hefei City

Jiangwei Wang

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of



Assessing the impact of land governance on formal land markets for real estate development in Nigeria

Aderemi Adeyemo1, Kazeem Akinbola2, Oyesola Oyekunle3

1: Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria; 2: Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Nigeria; 3: Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority, Abuja

Poster Board 01-07
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Access to land in Cameroon: challenges and opportunities

Francis Zock A Boko, Achille Alloys Aimé Mama

University of Douala, Cameroon



The choice of housing financing methods in urban Tanzania

Egino Richard Millanzi1,2

1: Ardhi University, Tanzania; 2: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH),Sweden



Land owner’s perception on issues of compulsory land acquisition of land in Igabi and Kaduna north local government area of Kaduna state , Nigeria.

Amina Musa Aliyu, Muhammad Ali Bature

Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria, Nigeria



Analysing de Soto’s mystery of capital in the Nigerian poverty equation

Akeem Ayofe Akinwale

University of Lagos, Nigeria



Go Durban! A leap to effective public bus transportation

Washington Ifeanyi Noble Okezie1, Mulemwa Akombelwa2

1: Federal Polytechnic Oko, Nigeria; 2: University of Kwazulu-Natal, Howard college Durban South Africa



IMOLA an interoperability and electronic common semantic model for Land Registries Interconnection in the European Union

Jesus Camy

ELRA, Spain

Poster Board 01-08
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Commercial pressure a major force for land reforms in uganda

Jimmy Ochom

Oxfam in Uganda(Novib)



Land use policies in Nepal and its consequences in agriculture

Ram Hari Timilsina1, Purna Bahadur Nepali2

1: Agriculture and Forestry University, Nepal; 2: Kathmandu University, Nepal



Endowment, infrastructure and income distribution—a mechanism of reducing income inequality

Han Xiao

Renmin University of China, China, People's Republic of



Trends in dispute resolution, and other learning from mediation regarding customary land in Uganda

Liz Neate

LEMU: Land and Equity Movement in Uganda, United Kingdom



Promoting partnerships for improved customary land governance in Uganda: A multi stakeholder approach supporting implementation of National Land Policy

Simon Peter Mwesigye1, Danilo Antonio2

1: UN-Habitat/GLTN, Uganda; 2: UN-Habitat/GLTN, Nairobi

Poster Board 01-09
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Rural poverty reduction and land conservation in Tanzania

Hellena Mohamedy Mushi

Mzumbe University, Tanzania



Gender empowerment and land corruption in Nigeria

Mojisola Adewumi

Global 21st Century Entrepreneur, Nigeria



Safeguarding women and indigenous people’s right to own and manage land under the 1996 Constitution of Cameroon

Christian Aime Chofor Che

Government of Cameroon



Community based Participatory Mapping for land conflict management and sustainable livelihood for local community in Cameroon

Ndjounguep Juscar

University of Yaounde I, Cameroon



Valuer general of South Africa; rights, responsibilities, and land reform

Christopher Gavor1, Ruel Williamson2

1: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: Mind Pearl LLC, United States of America



Land governance and women’s rights in Uganda. A case study of greater Bushenyi.

Mugisha Abbas

Kabale University (www.kab.ac.ug), Uganda

Poster Board 01-10
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Misconceptions of women's land rights in Malawi

Euphemia Bota

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Malawi



Compensation standard for rural homestead exit and calculation of urbanization effect: on land development rights theory

Shukui Tan, Mai Li

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of



The right to space for the Maasai of Tanzania

Sue Dexter

University of Southern California, United States of America



Women right to land entitlement for gender equality in gilgit. pakistan

Anisa Yousuf

Brandies University, Pakistan



Land tenure insecurity: impact on living condition on residents in indigenous settlement of shangotedo, Lagos, Nigeria

Abimbola Omolabi

Yaba College of Technology, Yaba- Lagos, Nigeria, Nigeria



Dynamics of land resource management on the livelihood of the local communities

Edward Lekaichu Ole Kateiya Kateiya1, Prof. Aggrey Thuo Thuo2, Dr. Maurice Ochieng Ombok3

1: Maasai Mara University, Kenya; 2: Maasai Mara University, Kenya; 3: Maasai Mara University, Kenya

Poster Board 01-11
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Women and access to credit for farming in rural Ghana

Priscilla Donkoh1, Gad Asorwoe Akwensivie2, Frederick Denkyira Opoku3, Paul Elikem Yao Dovi4

1: Lands Commission - Ghana, Ghana; 2: Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands, Ghana; 3: Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands, Ghana; 4: Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands, Ghana



Tenure security indicators in a fishing community: Evidence from a baseline study in the Kafue flat plains, Zambia

Sam Mwando1, Christopher Mulenga2

1: Namibia University of Science and Technology; 2: University of Lusaka, Zambia



Deconstructing social norms on women land tenure in East Africa through SYFF (Securing Your Family’s Future) curriculum

Jessica Oluoch, Allan Maleche, Emily Otieno, Tabitha Saoyo

KELIN Kenya, Kenya



Effectiveness of property and business formalization program in Tanzania to reduce poverty

Godfrey Saga

Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre, Tanzania

Poster Board 01-12
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Gender inclusiveness in land access and food security in Africa: Empirical evidence from Nigeria

Folarin Esther Magbagbeoluwa Folarin1, Romanus Osabuohien Osabuohien2, Victoria Okafor2

1: Anchor University, Lagos., Nigeria; 2: Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria



Buganda Land Board endeavors to promote and secure women’s land rights.

Cissy Namuddu Settumba Kiyaga1, Bashir Kizito1, Simon Kabogoza1, David Kyewalabye Male2

1: Buganda Land Board, Uganda; 2: Buganda Kingdom



Reading between the lines: A critical content analysis of the state of land reform in Namibia

Sam M. Mwando

Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia



Working with the cultural structures to interrogate cultural relativism in the context of women’s property rights

Jessica Oluoch, Allan Maleche, Emily Otieno

KELIN Kenya, Kenya



Designing land rights and tenure model for food security of subsistence farmers in northwest Ghana

Baslyd Begerr Nara, Monica Lengoiboni, Jaap Zevenbergen

University of Twente, The Netherlands, Netherlands, The

Poster Board 01-13
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Land use rights and the role of local land users in the context of large-scale farmland deals: Analysis of the current agricultural land deal policy of Ethiopia

Alelegn Wenedem

Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia



Beyond the rhetoric of compensation and failed promises in the process of large-scale land acquisition in Cameroon

Lotsmart Fonjong, Emeline Lum Fuh

University of Buea, Cameroon



Les impacts des acquisitions massives des terres sur les moyens de subsistance des Communautés locales en Afrique de l'Ouest

Jean-Paul Sikeli

Coalition pour la Protection du Patrimoine Génétique Africain (COPAGEN), Côte d'Ivoire



Large-scale land acquisition; State land management in Mozambique

Agostinho Bento

ASCUT



Building equity with digital tools: illuminating large-scale land acquisition and leasing for public view in Cambodia using a suite of online open-data tools

Try Thy, David Hindley

Open Development Cambodia (ODC), Cambodia

Poster Board 01-14
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Towards inclusive partnership for land equity, poverty alleviation and ecological justice: a review of sdg 15

Luke Amadi, Roger Akpan

DetaGulf Foundation, Nigeria



Interdisciplinary success: threats to the Amazon at the nexus between social, legal, and capital markets factors can be mitigated

Gabriel Thoumi. CFA. FRM1, Liliana Duica2, John Waugh3, Viola Belohrad4

1: Planet Tracker, United Kingdom; 2: Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia; 3: OturaM, USA; 4: Consultant



The state’s power of eminent domain as a mode of promoting public equity and resilience: a documentary analysis in the Philippines

Lovell Abello1, Jean Paolo Lacap1, Amor Barba1, Elizabeth David2, Leonardo Palo3, Karla Lumanlan2, Gemmar Lumot2, Nelson Guarin2, Dominador Estrada2, Marwin Manaloto2, Lennard De Luna1, Camille Garillo1

1: CITY COLLEGE OF ANGELES, Philippines; 2: JOSE C. FELICIANO COLLEGE FOUNDATION, Philippines; 3: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, Philippines



Sustainable rural land administration through information services

Andrew Smith1, Matt Woodhouse1, Michel Magis1, Menberu Allebachew2

1: DAI, Ethiopia; 2: Niras



Institutional innovations to promote transparency in land governance in Kenya

Justus Wambayi1, Brian Washe2

1: Independent Land Governance Consultant, East Africa; 2: Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations



Iniciative: the fundiary forum of chiefs judges of MATOPIBA

Hilo De Almeida Sousa1, Marcelo Carvalho Silva2, Lisbete Maria Teixeira Almeida Cezar Santos3, Salomão Resedá3, João Rigo Guimarães4, Manoel De Sousa Dourado1

1: TRIBUNAL DE JUSTIÇA DO ESTADO DO PIAUÍ, Brazil; 2: TRIBUNAL DE JUSTIÇA DO ESTADO DO MARANHÃO, Brazil; 3: TRIBUNAL DE JUSTIÇA DO ESTADO DA BAHIA, Brazil; 4: TRIBUNAL DE JUSTIÇA DO ESTADO DO TOCANTINS, Brazil

Poster Board 01-15
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Resilient leadership for resilient cities

Cheick Fousseni Diaby

Laval University, Canada



Big data analytics for natural resources and climate disaster prediction

Ayoola Akingbogun

Pointmile Geotech, Nigeria



Sustainable land management practices for poverty reduction in dry agricultural landscapes

Daniel Danano Dale Daniel Danano Dale

Food and Agricultural Organization, Italy



Institutional adaptive capacity for adoption of Climate smart agriculture technologies in Ethiopia

Abyiot Teklu

AAU, Ethiopia



Resilience: the way to sustainable urban cores in Nigeria

Mayowa Ajibola1, Aderemi Adeyemo2, Charles Ayo3

1: Covenant University, Nigeria; 2: Lead City University, Nigeria; 3: Trinity University, Nigeria

Poster Board 01-16
Location: Online Proceedings
 

All for one: evaluating multi-stakeholder synergetic condition toward peat ecosystem resilience in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

Rizky Januar, Eli Nur Nirmala Sari

World Resources Institute, Indonesia



Urban agriculture

Marie-Florence Zampiero-Bouquemont1,2, Frederic Varin2

1: International Union of Notaries; 2: High Council of French Notary



Exploring urbanisation, population and climate change cocktail: african cities perspective.

Costly Chanza

Blantyre City Council, Malawi



Determinants of pastoralists’ participation in commercial fodder producer groups for livelihood resilience in Isiolo County, Kenya

Saada Mohamed Sala, David Jakinda Otieno, Jonathan Nzuma, Stephen Mureithi

University of Nairobi, Kenya



Restoring traditional irrigation systems for land, ecosystem service, and livelihood improvements: cascading tank systems in Sri Lanka

Sahan Dissanayake1, Shamen Vidanage2

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka



Land tenure dynamics and its implication on sustainable land management: Evidence from Baringo County, Kenya

Ritah Setey1, David Otieno1, Per Knutsson2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: University of Gothenburg,

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Poster Board 02-01
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Banking in unstable regimes - The case of Sudan and South Sudan

Ayine Nigo

University of Juba, University of Westminster, United Kingdom



The environmental effects of large-scale land investment in Africa

Olayinka Idowu Kareem

Trade and Development Policy Research Network



Building the capacity of country partners to identify and address their own research need and to take new technologies and practices to scale

David Ameyaw

International Center for Evaluation and Development, Kenya



The impacts of Second-Level Land Certification (SLLC) in Ethiopia: empirical evidence using panel data

Hosaena Ghebru1, Fikirte Girmachew Abeje2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, United States of America; 2: Ethiopia Policy Studies Institute - PSI



Land management practices and its Impact on Household

Bikila Abdisa Geleta

Haramaya University, Ethiopia



Is security of tenure the way to realise housing for all dream in India?

Anindita Mukherjee1, Shubhagato Dasgupta1, Aparna Das2, Baisakhi Sarkar Dhar1

1: Centre for Policy Research, India; 2: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit(GIZ)

Poster Board 02-02
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Evaluating the Productivity Levels of Traditional and Mechanized Farmers in a Customary land tenure system of Nigeria

Dupe Olayinka1, Kayode Omolaye2, Adewale Ilesanmi3, Chukwuma Okolie1

1: Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Nigeria; 2: Geospatial Research Limited, Nigeria; 3: Office of the State Surveyor-General, Lagos State, Nigeria



Big data applications to boost preparedness and response to migration – BIGMIG

Ana Sebastian-Lopez1, Elsa-Carla De Grandi1, Jonathan Reay1, Ana Prieto Nemesio1, Rahman Momeni1, Valeria Fabbroni2, Alejandro Serrano3, Jaime Diaz3, Beñat Arzadun4

1: GMV Innovating Solutions Ltd., UK; 2: Helpcode, Italy; 3: Ayuda en Acción, Spain; 4: Fundación Mundukide, Spain



Catalyzing land reforms in emerging municipalities of Nepal

Jagat Bahadur Deuja1, Durga Kumar Thapa2, Janak Raj Joshi3, Laxmipati Poudel3, Punya Bikram Paudel3, Raja Ram Chhatkuli4, Danilo Antonio4

1: Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC), Nepal; 2: Belaka Municipality, Nepal; 3: Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, Nepal; 4: UNHABITAT



Data science for research in land institutions: progress, possibilities and pitfalls

Christopher Littleboy

School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), United Kingdom



Land Administration Advisor

Frank Pichel1, Pranab Choudhury2, Alan Mills1, Chiranjit Guha3

1: Cadasta Foundation, United States of America; 2: NRMC Centre for Land Governance, New Delhi, India; 3: Foundation for Ecological Security, India



Innovative instruments for forest conservation and restauration on private land in Brazil: the environmental compliance programme and the environmental reserve certificates

Christoph Wolfgang Trusen1, Jaine Ariély Cubas Davet2, Rejane Marques Mendes2

1: GITEC Consult, Brazil; 2: Brazilian Forest Service

Poster Board 02-03
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Harnessing the power of mobile mapping towards digital land information systems.

Solomon Njogu1, Danilo Antonio2, John Gitau2

1: Independent Consultant, Kenya.; 2: Global Land Tool Network, UN Habitat Nairobi



Cameroon, launch of the land registration and estates modernisation Project

Michel Rosio1, Wowe Mirabeau2, Constance Bougche2, Aurelie Milledrogues1

1: IGN FI, France; 2: MINDCAF



Access to Information: The role of PropTech in arbitrating between government information sources and the market of users to deliver on demand solutions

Paul Baite, Joseph Biribonwa, Anthony Ecuman, Roger Biribonwa

REDAH Informatics, Uganda



Transparency for efficiency : a route towards efficiently operating land markets

Umit Yildiz1, Jaap Zevenbergen2, Dimo Todorovski2

1: General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre-Turkey, Turkey; 2: University of Twente Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation



Trusting blockchain property records

Chris Chrysostom

Medici Land Governance, United States of America



Real estate registry publicity, ownership data and access to information: important issues in the social and economic sustainable development agenda

Patricia Ferraz

Arisp - Associação de Registradores de Imóveis de São Paulo, Brazil

Poster Board 02-04
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Challenges in institutional weakness & Infrastructure Development: Social Safeguards in the Perspective of scarcity of land and poverty

Tasnuva Mayen

BRAC University, Bangladesh, Bangladesh, People's Republic of



Urban instruments as measures to face climate change in San Pedro Sula, Cortés, Honduras

Vicente Aguilar1, Pablo Dominguez2

1: Municipalidad de San Pedro Sula, Honduras; 2: DHV Consultants SA



Contemporary financing models in low-cost housing provision in Zimbabwean cities

Wellington Muzengeza

University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe



Towards effective compulsory land acquisition And compesation process in nigeria

Mukaila Bamidele Ogunleye

Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria



Land governance along the rural-urban continuum. Empirical evidence and policy experiences from Kenya

Sina Schlimmer, Megan Douglas, Oumar Sylla

Global Land Tool Network/UN-Habitat, Kenya

Poster Board 02-05
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The national housing program as a policy for urban land expansion and affordable housing

Bernard Terver Nyiehur

Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Abuja, Nigeria



Determinants and patterns of residential mobility in Aba and Enugu metropolis south easten Nigeria -indicators of wellness

Njike Chigbu1, Veronica ugonma Okoye1, Njar,Gertrude Nnanjar2

1: Abia State Polytechnic Aba, Nigeria; 2: University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria



An exploratory study of the impact of Social Capital on the rationalization of urban expansion that destroys fertile land in Algeria: a case study of Tiaret.

Abdelkader Marouane1, Abderrezzak Benhabib2

1: Ibn Khaldoun University of Tiaret, Algeria; 2: Abou-Bekr Belkaid University of Tlemcen, Algeria



Building for resilience: understanding urban capacity to plan for displacement

Carolyn Fonseca1, Jacob Patterson-Stein1, Matthew Jelacic2

1: Management Systems International; 2: United States Agency for International Development



Affordable housing provision in informal settlements through land value capture and inclusionary housing

Bernard Nzau, Claudia Trillo

University of Salford, United Kingdom



Grounded Legitimacy

Thorsten Huber1, David Betge2, Mathijs Van Leeuwen3

1: GIZ, Uganda; 2: ZOA Netherlands; 3: University of Nijmegen, Netherlands

Poster Board 02-06
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Proposal for North Korea's land policy reform in the process of the reunification of Korea

Dongwook Kim

Korea Appraisal Board, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Assessing the attractiveness of private capital participation in land administration systems of frontier economies

Corey Karaka, Dezhi Yu, Divij Ruparelia, Ian Rose

DAI Capital, United Kingdom



Community Land Governance in Kenya: Lessons from interventions aimed at improving communal land ownership

Brian Gideon Washe Kazungu1, Francisco Carranza2

1: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Kenya; 2: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome



Understanding how land policy reform can improve access to finance for smallholder farmers: evidence from Ethiopia

Marco Antonielli1, Ignacio Fiestas1, Solyana Amsalu2

1: Nathan Associates, United Kingdom; 2: LIFT Ethiopia



Food insecurity in cameroon: secure land rights a missing link

Napoleon Bamenjo1, Sandrine Kouba1, Brendan Schwartz2

1: RELUFA, Cameroon; 2: IIED; Britain

Poster Board 02-07
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Political economy analysis in the context of Zambia's national land policy

Matthew Sommerville, Emmanuel Mutale

Tetra Tech, USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change Project, Zambia



Inclusive rural development in Colombia

Amy English3, Hugh Aprile1, Hugo Gomez2

1: Mercy Corps, Colombia; 2: Mercy Corps, Colombia; 3: Mercy Corps US



From policy to institution: a shared strategy drives the uptake of an intermediary property right in Dar es Salaam’s informal settlements.

Martina Manara

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom



Land Reform Programme and Implications for food security and biodiversity conservation in Zimbabwe

Fulton Upenyu Mangwanya1, Donald P Chimanikire2, Solomon Mugayi2

1: Parks and Wildlife Management Authority; 2: Deparment of Political and Administrative Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, University of Zimbabwe



Need for stepping up land reform implementation: opportunities for community land registration in Nigeria

Muhammad Bashar Nuhu

Federal University of Technology - Minna, Nigeria



Fostering competition for state-owned agricultural land: Lessons from Ukrainian land auctions

Vasyl Kvartiuk

Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), Germany

Poster Board 02-08
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Putting new wine in old skins: the case of land registration in Nigeria

Terzungwe Dugeri

University of Jos, Nigeria



Achieving SDGs through food and agricultural transformations: Land governance reform imperatives and implications

Ranjan Kumar Ghosh1, Pranab Ranjan Choudhury2

1: Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India; 2: NRMC Center for Land Governance, India



Institution building for equity and resilience: installation of land use review and diversification board for mining areas

Arthur Bernardo Boquiren

University of the Philippines-Baguio City Campus, Philippines



Land reforms in Kenya since 2010: Milestones

Kumar Saurabh

University of Delhi, India



Recalibrating role of state and institutional imperatives in land governance: An exploratory study from India

Dipti Ranjan Mahapatra1, Sumita Sindhi1, Pranab Ranjan Choudhury2

1: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Sambalpur, India; 2: Center for Land Governance, NR Management Consultants India Pvt. Ltd.

Poster Board 02-09
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Assessment of rural youth access to land, migration and engagement in agriculture in nigeria

Dolapo Adeyanju1, John Mburu1, Djana Mignouna2

1: University of Nairobi, Kenya; 2: International Institute of Tropical Agriculture



Land-use change and cultural transformation in indigenous villages in Riau, Indonesia

Willy Daeli, Dean Affandi

World Resources Institute, Indonesia



Securing land rights of youths and indigenous communities through registration of customary lands in Uganda

Eunice Nabakwa1, Robert Opio2, Frances Birungi3, Simon Peter Mwesigye4, Jesse Maurice5

1: Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development, Uganda; 2: Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development, Uganda; 3: Uganda Community Based Association for Women and Children; 4: Global Land Toolnetwork/ UNHABITAT; 5: Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development, Uganda



Land tenure and poverty in Zimbabwe's post land reform

Edmore Mwandiringana

China Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of



The opportunities and restraints of customary laws in protecting women property rights to land in Tanzania: A lesson from Kyela and Morogoro districts

Jenesta Urassa

Ardhi University, Tanzania



ADLAND 2 & LMGS. Enriching and implementing collaborative research and capacity development in land governance and responsible land management in Africa and beyond

Pamela Duran Diaz, Uchendu Eugene Chigbu, Walter de Vries

Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany

Poster Board 02-10
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Invisible hand or visible fist: neo-liberalism, land alienation and gendered structural poverty in Uganda

Kizito Michael George

KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY, Uganda



Durumi camp: land and resilient spatial praxes in a pseudo-periphery

Stephen Ajadi

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Ensuring that women benefit from the revolution: Recommendations for gender-sensitive land governance technologies

Ailey Kaiser Hughes, Stephanie Sampson

Medici Land Governance, United States of America



Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms as a tool to solve efficiently minor land conflicts

Olga Fonseca

World Bank Group, Colombia



Using recognition of indigenous peoples’ role in climate change prevention as evidences and pathways to secure their land rights, rolling back marginalization and social inequalities.

Zebaze Desire

Cameroon Network of Human Rights Organizations / Réseau Camerounais des Organisations des Droits de l'Homme (RECODH), Cameroon

Poster Board 02-11
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Afro and indigenous land ownership in the Colombian Caribbean

Ana Maria Gonzalez-Forero, Maria Elena Torres

FEM Colombia, Colombia



Creating an enabling environment for urban farming in Kampala city: the role of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)

Esau Galukande, Michael Kirya

Kampala Capital City Authority, Uganda



Dissecting tribal land ownership system, state land laws and its development perplexities in hill areas of manipur

Somingam PS PS

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India



From gender gaps to gender empowerment: Including women in the data cycle

Anastasia Zammit1, Patricia Maria Queiroz Chaves3, Fridah Githuku2

1: Land Portal, Canada; 2: GROOTS, Kenya; 3: Espacio Feminista, Brazil



Analyzing indigenous land rights in India: A critical analysis of unlawful land dispossession and development

Ashwini K.P, Areesh Kumar

St.Joseph's College,India



Public private partnership (ppp) models of intervention in land for housing and sanitation addressing gender and poverty

Rajan Samuel, Lara S Chandra, Samuel Peter, Susi Suseela

Habitat for Humanity India, India

Poster Board 02-12
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Facilitating district level forum for land for housing for tribal population in disaster affected areas in Tamil Nadu, India – experiences, challenges and Expected Policy Changes

Rajan Samuel, Lara S Chandra, Samuel Peter, Susi Suseela

Habitat for Humanity India, India



Protecting land tenure security of women in Ethiopia: evidences from the land investment for transformation (LIFT) programme

Ziade Hailu1, John Leckie2, Workwoha Mekonen1, Gladys Savolainen3

1: LIFT Programme, Ethiopia; 2: DAI, USA; 3: NIRAS, Finland



Advancing LADM for gender equitable land administration

Christiaan Lemmen1,2, Eva-Maria Unger1, Rohan Bennett1, Monica Lengoiboni2, Marisa Balas3, Kholoud Saad4, Jaap Zevenbergen2, Martinus Vranken1

1: Kadaster, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Twente, ITC, Netherlands, The; 3: EXI, Mozambique; 4: Esri Northeast Africa, Egypt



Sustainable management of resource-space system and migration stakes, case of boeny region, madagascar

Edson samuel Noharinjanahary1, Sabrina Rakotofiringa2, Jules Razafiarijaona3

1: Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Agronomiques (ESSA), Madagascar; 2: GIZ; 3: Agro-management, ESSA



Protecting orphans’ land rights: lessons from Ethiopia

Ziade Hailu1, Tilahun Girma2, Workwoha Mekonen3, Gladys Savolainen4

1: ECOM; 2: Abamela Consulting; 3: DAI Europe; 4: NIRAS

Poster Board 02-13
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Nexus between tax policies and older adults

Md Nurul Momen

University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh, People's Republic of



The “Registre d’inventaire territorial actualisé (RITA)” —updated territorial inventory register—a precondition for cadastral operations

Christian Fournier1, Lubonheur Loredant2

1: Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Haiti; 2: Direction générale des impôts Haiti



Transparency and equity for a responsible large-scale land-based investment

Nancy Rambao Andrianarisoa Sp. Andriamisandratsoa

University of Antananarivo, Madagascar



Large scale land control and environmental governance mechanisms in Colombia

Alvaro German Torres Mora

University of Tennessee, United States of America



Land giveaways for large scale land based investment in Uganda: Application of international guidelines

Jude Thaddeus Ssebuliba, Agnes Kirabo

Food Rights Alliance, Uganda



Transnational large-scale land acquisitions: A regional comparison of Africa and Asia

Clarietta Chagwiza, Mercy Ojoyi, Charles Machethe

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Assessing the impacts of large-scale agricultural investments: Quantitative and qualitative insights from a baseline study in Zambia

Raoul Herrmann1, Nkonde Chewe2, Holzapfel Sarah1, Nolte Kerstin3

1: German Development Institute, Germany; 2: University of Zambia, Zambia; 3: Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

Poster Board 02-14
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Scaling up land rights through corporate partnerships

Simon Ulvund1, Thomas Vaassen1, Ana Garcia Moran1, Eva-Maria Unger2

1: Meridia, Netherlands, The; 2: ITC, Netherlands, The



The impacts of weather shocks on agriculture in Brazil

Priscila Zeraik de Souza1, Juliano Assunção1, Daniel Souza2

1: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)



Approaches to assessing good land tenure practices within supply chains: lessons from Brazil

Gabriel Siqueira1, Megan Olson2, Bastiaan Reydon3, Delaide Passos1

1: Universidade Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil; 2: Landesa, United States of America; 3: Kadaster International, Netherlands



Developing vulnerability index for Indian cities

Shekhar Nagargoje1, Pratishtha Garg2, Saurav Dey3

1: RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University, Mumbai; 2: Deloitte USI, India; 3: PropEquity Analytics, India



A novel approach to poverty estimation with ESA satellite imagery – the EO4Poverty project

Emanuele Strano1, Mattia Marconcini2

1: MindEarth; 2: German Aerospace Center - DLR

Poster Board 02-15
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Adjusting real estate advisory services for climate change: a case study of valuers in Lagos, Nigeria

Israel Ogbonna1, Austin Otegbulu2

1: University of Uyo, Nigeria; 2: University of Lagos, Nigeria



Holding back a rising tide? Agricultural interventions among the extreme poor indigenous people in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh

Nikhil Chakma

Food and Agriculture of the United Nations, Bangladesh, People's Republic of



Building resilient local lovernment institutions through strengthened participatory land use planning

Imelda Sihombing, Kate Fairlie, Kate Rickersey

Land Equity International, Australia



Trends in land management in relation to climate change adaptation among potato farmers

Sally Mukami Kimathi, Oscar Ingasia Ayuya, Benjamin Mutai Mutai

Egerton University, Kenya

Poster Board 02-16
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Focus on soil conservation practices and campaigns as Uganda promotes agriculture and industrialization is key

Cissy Namuddu Settumba Kiyaga, Simon Kabogoza, David Kyewalabye Male

Buganda Land Board, Uganda



The rural territorial development program (pdrt) of Suzano - brazilian forestry company

Douglas Pereira, Giordano Automare

Suzano SA, Brazil



Enhancing climate change adaptation action through investments in securing land tenure rights in Africa

Jimmy Gaudin1, Pooven Moodley2, Melissa Groenink2, Robert Machatha Kibugi2, Emmanuel Siakilo2, Yonas Mekonen3, Harold Liversage1

1: IFAD, Italy; 2: Natural Justice, South Africa; 3: International Land Coalition



Correlation between outbreaks of fire, deforestation and recovery in rural properies in SIGEF and SICAR for the State of Pará

Gustavo Oliveira3, Leandro Biondo2, Bernardo de Araujo Moraes Trovao1, Carlos Sturm4

1: BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE; 2: BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE; 3: BRAZILIAN FOREST SERVICE; 4: Agrarian Reform National Institute, Brazil



The role of rubber plantations for household dietary diversity in the upper Mekong region, southwest China

Yajie Luo, Shi Min

Huazhong Agricultural University, China, People's Republic of

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Poster Board 03-01
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Land-use change implications of India’s new biofuel policy for climate change mitigation

Chandan Kumar Jha1, Vartika Singh1, Miodrag Stevanovic2, Ranjan Kumar Ghosh1, Jan Philipp Dietrich2, Hermann Lotze-Campen2, Alexander Popp2

1: Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), India; 2: Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany



Growth-oriented agricultural program and impacts on poverty: Implication for policy

Tigist Mekonnen Melesse

World Bank, United States of America



Impact of productive safety net program on household food security: in kenna woreda, konso zone, southern ethiopia

Eyassu Gachira Yimenu

Haramaya University, Ethiopia



Impact evaluation of the sustainable land management (SLM) program in Ethiopia

Zenebe Gebreegziabher1, Abebe Beyene2, Alemu Mekonnen3, Mentewab Bezabih2, Hailemariam Teklewold2

1: Mekelle University, Ethiopia; 2: Policy Studies Institute, Ethiopia; 3: Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia



The impact of land certification on sustainable land manaement

Shijie Yang

International Fund for Agricultural Development, Italy



Do certificates of customary ownership as currently issued and delivered translate into more secure land rights for women and men Involved?

Herbert Kamusiime1, Paul Ntegeka2

1: Associates Research Trust Uganda, Uganda; 2: Associates Research Trust Uganda, Uganda

Poster Board 03-02
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Using machine learning and GIS to identify property tax inequities

Paul Bidanset1, Michael McCord2, Peadar Davis2, Mark Sunderman3, William McCluskey4, Aanchal Anand5

1: IAAO, United States of America; 2: Ulster University, United Kingdom; 3: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 4: University of Memphis, United States of America; 5: World Bank, United States of America



Urban metabolism towards resilient urban planning: a review of data-driven tools

Lobna Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed Habashy

Cairo University, Egypt



Mapping land conflict and their impact on human rights and investments in India

Thomas Worsdell, Ankur Paliwal, Kumar Sambhav

Land Conflict Watch, India

Poster Board 03-03
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The power of legitimacy in the land for climate mitigation discourse: Indigenous and local community knowledge, participation, and agency

Christen Corcoran1, Sara Pasqualetto2

1: Global Land Alliance; 2: Alfred Wegener Institute - Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research



Land use laws, agricultural land investment leases and human rights: prospects and foreseeable challenges for sustainable development challenges

Omoyemen Lucia Odigie-Emmanuel1, Sharon James2, Ononye Ifeoma Uchenna3

1: Nigerian Law School, Yenagoa Campus, Bayelsa State, Nigeria; 2: Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus, Lagos State, Nigeria; 3: Nigerian Law School, Abuja Headquaters, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria



Building effective communication of evidence to fofstering rrganization learning and Adaptive Management

David Ameyaw

International Center for Evaluation and Development, Kenya



An innovative land information system for registering the tenure rights of the urban poor in Namibia

John Gitau1, Jean Du Plessis1, Thomas Haenert2, Erik Velzing2

1: United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Kenya; 2: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)



La labor técnica catastral en la restitución de tierras en Colombia

Juan Pablo Diaz Lascar

UNIDAD ADMINISTRATIVA ESPECIAL DE GESTIÓN DE RESTITUCIÓN DE TIERRAS, Colombia



Bhumi Sushaasan: A Step Towards e-Land Governance in Nepal Land rights information in the fingertips of a common man

Uttam Pudasaini1, Arun Bhandari1, Upendra Oli1, Janak Raj Joshi2, Helina Shrestha2

1: NAXA Pvt. Ltd.; 2: Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation

Poster Board 03-04
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The impact of land governance on the process of socio-economic development of Senegal : need for consistent monitoring.?

Ameth Diallo

Université Gaston Berger de Saint Louis (Sénégal)/ Centre de recherche Nelga Afrique de l'Ouest francophone, Senegal



Can climate smart agriculture further sustainable land use? A political ecology approach

Luke Amadi

DetaGulf Foundation, Nigeria



Assessing institutional sustainability of communal land use and management practices in Bir- Temcha watershed, upper Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia

Tenaw Hailu Tedela

GiZ, Africa Union Office



Assessment of land governance arrangements and institutions in Eastern African countries : description and comparison

Achamyeleh Gashu Adam

Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia



The role of national land commission on land reforms in Kenya

Zubeda Mucheke1, Ezra Mwandiki2

1: Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning, Kenya; 2: Presidential Delivery Unit

Poster Board 03-05
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Political institutions and land reform in africa: post independence era (1960-2010)

Opeyemi, Afolabi Femi-Oladunni

Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, Spain



World Bank policies, procedures and projects: raising the bar from "doing no harm" to "doing good and doing well"

Louise Gonsalvez

Independent Researcher, Canada



Land policy and legal reforms alone are not a panacea to realising women’s land rights in malawi

Andrew Mkandawire

Oxfam, Malawi



Institutional reforms, technological breakthroughs and improved land administration

Elene Grigolia, Ivane Tsartsidze

National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR), Georgia



Land planning for the poverty people-Land tenure security and gender, youth, indigenous people; marginalization

Jungsoo Lee

LX, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



A critical extent to which Kenya’s land policy reforms & structural transformation addresses land rights of women in Kenya

Edwin Madegwa

University of Nairobi, Kenya

Poster Board 03-06
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Comprehensive plan for community spatial planning: from piloting to the national program

Sergii Kubakh1, Kirk Ramer2

1: Chemonics, Ukraine; 2: Chemonics, USA



Policy, politics and poverty: a critical study on rules, rights, reforms and results for development

Manoj Kumar Pattanaik1, Shonit Nayan2

1: International Director and Chief Researcher, Lead India Foundation/ Student, Arizona State University, United States of America; 2: Research Assistant, Indian Institute of Public Administration ( IIPA) , New Delhi



The persistence of memory. Inequality in rural land tenure in Chile. Analysis of its territorial and socio-legal characteristics.

Eduardo Villavicencio

Centro de Investigación y Acción Política - Estudios Rurales, Chile



Land reform to support public development policies in Benin

Xavier Zola

Institut de Hautes Etudes du Droit Rural et de l'Economie Agricole (IHEDREA),Paris, France, France



Major projets of MINDCAF

Henri Eyebe Ayissi

Ministry of State Property, Surveys and Land Tenure, Cameroon



Politique foncière et changements structurels en RDC

Severin Matabaro Mugangu, Floribert Bayengeha Nyamwoga

D. R. Congo government, Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Poster Board 03-07
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The right to (im)proper housing of indigenous peoples: between insecurity and a quest for dignity

Martin Romuald Ngono Otongo, Flora Lamero Massobe

Centre for environment and development, Cameroon



Beyond "ticking the box": Public Consultation as a Right not a Burden for Land Projects

Laura Bermudez Farias, Kevin Barthel

Global Land Alliance, United States of America



Lessons for implementing systematic land titling policies: evidence from Ondo State, Nigeria

Christopher Littleboy1, Kehinde Owolabi2

1: School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), United Kingdom; 2: Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), Nigeria



The impact of land reform and resettlement on the development of women and youth in Zimbabwe

Justice Mayor Wadyajena

Parliament of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe



Women's property rights and urbanization: linking property rights and migration for institutions of equity and resilience

Judith Hermanson, Natalie Gill, Sarah Belay

IHC Global, United States of America

Poster Board 03-08
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Indigenous land titling and social protection

Rolf Hackbart

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Chile



Promoting Women’s and Girls’ Access to and Control over Land through the use of Tools to increase Community Resilience

Mino Harivelo Ramaroson1, Everlyne Nairesiae2, Siraj Sait3, Jean Du Plessis2

1: HUAIROU COMMISSION, United States of America; 2: GLTN, UN-Habitat, Kenya; 3: University of East London, United Kingdom



Engendered (or gender-friendly) land rights to eradicate hunger and poverty

Marisa Balas1, João Carrilho2

1: EXI LDA, Mozambique; 2: OMR - Observatorio do Meio Rural



The issue of land rights for women and indigenous peoples in Cameroon

Armelle Elodie Nitcheu Ngaleu Epse Bouopda

Centre pour L'Environnement et le Développement, Cameroon



Land access and youth in Mozambique

Hosaena Ghebru1, Helder Zavale2

1: International Food Policy Research Institute, USA; 2: Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique



Safeguard policies and the difficult protection of indigenous peoples' land rights in Africa: The case of the Cameroon-Congo transnational road

Flora Yolande Lamero Massobe1, Martin Romuald Ngono Otongo1, Blondel Silenou Demanou2

1: Center for Environment and Development (CED), Cameroon; 2: Réseau de Lutte Contre la Faim (Relufa), Cameroun

Poster Board 03-09
Location: Online Proceedings
 

'Gender-based assessment of land tenure security in rural communities in Ondo State, Nigeria

Olufemi Victor Aladenola

Directorate of Rural and Community Development, Ondo State Government Nigeria, Nigeria



Challenging the current women's empowerment in agriculture framework: a case study of quilombola women

Mariana Nozela Prado

Ecam, Brazil



Protecting the commons: A call to revisit the Jurisdiction of the lands tribunal of zambia

Ricky Mwanza

Datum Surveying Consultants, Zambia, Aultec Inc, United States of America



Stealing from the poor: a challenge to eradicating poverty among the indigenous peoples of the Himalayas

Gyanesh Lama

California State University, Fresno, United States of America



Advancing the property rights and tenure security agenda toward the youth: A case study on the perceptions of Namibian youth to urban land ownership

Mukendwa Mumbone

Ministry of Land Reform Namibia

Poster Board 03-10
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Understanding the key drivers of agricultural land market participation by women in Ghana

Rexford Akrong, Afrika Onguko Okello

University of Nairobi, Kenya



A shift from land collateral for credit to lower hidden poverty levels among Kenya’s youth.

Dennis Kyalo Wambua

Egerton University, Kenya



Land tenure security of urban informal communities and lack of spatial access to infrastructure as measure of urban poverty in Delhi, India."

AbdulRazak Mohamed

School of Planning and Architecture Vijayawada India, India



Gender inequalities and the issue of securing land rights in Senegal

Ndeye Yande Ndiaye

Université Gaston Berger de Saint Louis du Sénégal / Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale (IPAR), Senegal



Biodiversity offsetting in Uganda: Loss of land, Loss of livelihood

Jude Thaddeus Ssebuliba, Agnes Kirabo

Food Rights Alliance, Uganda



Dynamics of Landlessness and Rural Poverty in marginalized communities of Sindh province of Pakistan

Subhash Guriro, Muhammad Ali Shaikh

Sindh Madressatul Islam (SMI) University, Karachi, Pakistan

Poster Board 03-11
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The continuous gender disparity gap and how best it can be bridged

Patricia Blessed Nankya, Rebecca Apio, Eseza Alemu, Caro Apio

Land Justice Network, Uganda



Land tenure security and gender: an analysis of women rights to inherit, manage and use land in Kenya

Josephine Seurei

KENYA NATIONAL FARMERS FEDERATION (KENAFF), Kenya



Vulnerability of sub saharan African women to land accessibility: the case of Nigeria

Pamela, Unekwuojo Agbonika1, Njike Chigbu2

1: 1. Surveyors Council Of Nigeria Abuja Nigeria; 2: 2. Abia State University Uturu Abia State Nigeria



Land access and agriculture in Nigeria: impact of law and policy on land acquisition by gender and majority

Oyinkan Tasie1, Jane Chukwu2

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria



Administrative functions- Indigenous peoples- Family farning- Rural tourism- Paresi peopleltural partnership- Indigenous people and marginalization

Jose de Arimateia Barbosa1, Rui Barbosa Netto2, Iracema Rodrigues Pereira3

1: Master/ Universidad Del Museo Social Argentino, Argentina; 2: Registro Civil e anexo- São Vicente- RN- Brasil; 3: Secretaria de Turismo- Campo Novo do Parecis-MT- Brasil

Poster Board 03-12
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Design and implement of discount-oriented agricultural or land cooperatives based on the sale of targeted partnership shares and improved Government’s policies.

Jafar Oshriyeh, Maryam Forouzan, Ali Oshriyeh

N/A, Iran, Islamic Republic of



Land administration institutions in Bangladesh: problems and solutions

Laskar Muqsudur Rahman

Wildlife Conservation Society, Bangladesh, People's Republic of



Toward an updated valuation roll for a large city: the case of Nairobi in Kenya

Abdu Muwonge

World Bank, Kenya



Lis in Tanzania, zoom on the Financial Module

Cristina Selaru1, Adeline Valette2, Aurelie Milledrogues1

1: IGN FI, France; 2: GEOFIT, France



Land taxation in Kinshasa: Towards an incentive model at the agricultural production for big farms

Mabu Masiala Bode1, Gérard Sankiana Malakanga2, Nono Mbumba Bode3, Ferdinand Langa Lukombi3

1: Researcher at the University of Kinshasa (R.D.Congo.) And at the University of Liege (Belgium); 2: Researcher at the Higher Institute of Agronomic Studies of Mvuazi at Kongo Central (ISEA / Mvuazi) and Multina-DMK Socioeconomics studies office, Democratic Republic of Congo; 3: State officials at the Ministry of Land Affairs, Democratic Republic of Congo

Poster Board 03-13
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Land access for refugees and Internally Displaced People in Cameroon

Guy Lebrun Ambomo, Sandrine Kouba

Network for the Fight against Hunger in Cameroon, Cameroon



Incidence of deforestation and recovery surrounding springs declared in Rural Environmental Registry (CAR) in Rondônia State, Brazil.

Carlos Sturm1, Bernardo de Araujo Moraes Trovao2

1: Agrarian Reform National Institute, Brazil; 2: Brazilian Forest Service, Brazil



Land use change, health, and poverty in Liberia: An examination of Lassa fever and deforestation

Yasha Feferholtz1, Victoria Kreinbrink2, Carlos Zambrana-Torrelio1

1: EcoHealth Alliance, United States of America; 2: University of Wyoming, United States of America



Housing in Rural Land. Accesses and disabilities of public policies and interventions on the territory

Carlos Ariel Cortes Mateus1, Luis Miguel Triveño Chan Jan2

1: World Bank, Colombia; 2: World Bank



Securing forest tenure rights for rural development: pilot phase of the forest tenure assessment tool in DRC

Aymar Nyenyezi Bisoka1, Cécile Giraud1, Eugenie-Esperance Bikuba Aganze2, Armande Mushagalusa M'Kausi1, Jean-Paul Bashizi Balihamwabo3

1: Université catholique de Louvain; 2: University of South Africa-Pretoria; 3: Univesité catholique Bukavu



Addressing the roots of conflict through NRM and collective land titling in DRC

Marine Gourves1, Docky Muheza2

1: Mercy Corps, DRC; 2: Ecometrix Solutions Group

Poster Board 03-14
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Public and private cooperation to achieve Free, Prior, and Informed Consent in socioenvironmental licensing process in Brazil

Carolina Torres Graca, Roberto Frau

Earthworm Foundation



Economic and ecological sustainability of a cocoa agroforestry system

Maelle Tripon

Université de Sherbrooke, Canada



Spatio-temporal variation and influencing factors analysis of cultivated land use efficiency in Dongting Lake ecological economic zone of Hunan province under environmental constraints

Suran Li, Ying Chen

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, People's Republic of



Land Tenure Security on maize productivity in Zimbabwe

David Damiyano

Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe



The nature of conservation enterprises: using a theory of change to assess effectiveness

Judith Boshoven1, Megan Hill2

1: Foundations of Success; 2: United States Agency for International Development



Is Kenya’s participatory forest management program a triple win? understanding PFM impacts on livelihoods, governance and forest condition

Robert Mbeche1, Josiah Ateka1, Ulrike Grote2

1: Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Kenya; 2: Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade, Leibniz University Hannover, Königsworther Platz 1, 30167 Hannover, Germany

Poster Board 03-15
Location: Online Proceedings
 

The need for land governance in the Brazilian Amazon

Elyson Ferreira Souza1, Gisele E. A. Batista Souza2, Graziela G. Bezerra1

1: University of Acre, Brazil; 2: Federal Institute of Acre, Brazil



Potential of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries’ Organizations (ARBOs) as partners toward equity and resilience in the Province of Apayao, Philippines

Artemio Dumaoang1, Marda Alina Dumaoang-Acoba2

1: Provincial Agrarian Reform Office - Apayao, Philippines; 2: Department of the Interior and Local Government, Caloocan City, Metro manila



Public's attitude, willingness and behavior of muti-functional agricultural land

Weiyan Hu, Jiaojiao Zhang, Siyu Zhang

College of Land Management,College of Public Administration at the Huazhong Agricultural University, People's Republic of China

Poster Board 03-16
Location: Online Proceedings
 

Discussing the practical relevance of the agrarian structure in land institutions: the case of forested sub-saharan Africa

Phil Rene Oyono

Rights and Resources Initiative, Cameroon



Development and implementation of strategies for security of land tenure and benefits to gender, youth, marginalized and indigenous people in Ghana

Offei Affam Jerry1, Allotey Kevin2, Mensah Raphael3

1: PALS OF THE EARTH, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Pals of the Earth; 3: TakeCare Africa Foundation



Tshwane institute of land policy Innovation: a joint venture in land administration systems between government, a university and a non-profit organisation for land reform in South Africa.

Masiphula Mbongwa, Khethiwe Mbongwa

Tshwane Institute of Land Policy Innovation, South Africa



Innovative mechanisms for metropolitan agglomeration-level integrated urban planning in Bangalore

Amartya Deb, Jaya Dhindaw

World Resources Institute, India



Development of a land management framework case study nairobi city

Joanne Oyoo

Technical university of kenya



Addressing gentrification through a communal effort

Daniel Villao Villao

Intelligent Partnerships, United States of America


 
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