Recent Submissions

  • Socio-Economic Land Data and Land Improvement Strategy for Uganda 

    Kasirye, Ibrahim (2022)
    At least 75% of Ugandans resident in rural areas depend on agriculture and access to land is major determinant of the sustainability of their livelihoods. Land ownership in Uganda is characterized by overlapping land ...
  • Socio-Economic Land Data Strategy in Namibia 

    Kaulihowa, Teresia (2022-04)
    Namibia lacks a comprehensive and harmonised socio-economic land database. The aim of this policy note is to provide a briefing on the collation of the socio economic land data in Namibia. Namibia’s land size is 824 ...
  • Management of Socio-Economic Data on Land in Mali 

    Sanogo, Abdrahamane (2022-04)
    Land management in Africa presents enormous challenges, both in terms of access to this important asset for life and in terms of its governance. These unsolved difficulties are still observable in both urban and rural ...
  • Inventory of Socio Economic Land Data in Madagascar 

    RAZAKAMANANA, Marilys (2022-04)
    Land governance is needed to develop agriculture, protect environment, and ensure peace and security. It can improve the quality of life and well-being of the population. Finding concrete evidence upon which to base ...
  • Policy Note on Socio Economic Land Data Management in Ghana 

    Novignon, Jacob (2022-04)
    The ISELDA project sought to assess the nature and availability of socio economic land data in Ghana. The specific objectives of the study were to: identify key stakeholders in land and socio-economic land data, assess ...
  • Inventory of Socio Economic Land Data in Africa (ISELDA): The Case of Ethiopia 

    Kenee, Fekadu Beyene (2022-04)
    This policy note aims at examining land data management and land governance in Ethiopia. It outlines critical issues that were reflected in the land data inventory and data improvement strategy. The nationalization of ...
  • Socioeconomic Land Data Management in Cameroon 

    Ayamena, Hans Tino Mpenya (African Economic Research Consortium, 2022-04)
    Human actions are the major causes of environmental changes and land seems to be the common element in all human activities. The main objective of this work is to study the data and stakes related to land issues in ...
  • Inventory of Socio Economic Land Data (ISELDA) Project in Burkina Faso 

    Coulibaly, Doubahan Adeline (2022-04)
    Land governance is important for the structural transformation and sustainable development of Africa and its adaptation to climate change. It is also relevant for investment opportunities in the land sector. The ...
  • Socio-Economic Land Data Inventory and Improvement Strategy in Botswana 

    Marumo, Davis (2020-04)
    The objective of this policy note is to inform the government of Botswana, especially the Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services, mandated to oversee land administration and management in the country, ...
  • Socio-Economic Land Data Management in Benin 

    G. HONFOGA, Barthelemy (2022-04)
    Land is at the heart of any country’s development, especially for agriculture, housing, environment, health, safety, and human security. It is a critical production factor in agriculture which, in Benin accounts for ...