Scaling up Responsible Land Governance: A Guide for Building Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration Systems in Less Developed Countries

Stig Enemark, Robin Mclaren, Christiaan Lemmen, Danilo Antonio, John Gitau

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Abstract

This paper describes the key principles for building sustainable and Fit-For-Purpose (FFP) land administration systems especially in less developed countries
The FFP approach has three fundamental characteristics. Firstly, there is a focus on the purpose and then how to design the means for achieving it as well as possible; secondly, it requires flexibility in designing the means to meet the current constraints; and, thirdly, it emphasizes the perspective of incremental improvement to provide continuity.
The concept includes three core components: the spatial, the legal, and the institutional frameworks. Each of these components includes the relevant flexibility to meet the actual needs of today and can be incrementally improved over time in response to societal needs and available financial resources. This paper presents the FFP concept and its three core components in some detail.
This FFP approach has been recognized by FIG and the World Bank, and it is further elaborated in a recent Guide supported by GLTN and Dutch Kadaster.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScaling Up Responsible Land Governance. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington D.C., March 14-18 2016
Number of pages36
PublisherWorld Bank Publications
Publication dateMar 2016
Article number213
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2016
EventScaling up Responsible Land Governance: Annual World Bank Conference on land and Poverty, Washington D.C. - .World Bank, Washington D.C, United States
Duration: 14 Mar 201618 Mar 2016
https://www.conftool.com/landandpoverty2016/sessions.php

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ConferenceScaling up Responsible Land Governance
Location.World Bank
CountryUnited States
CityWashington D.C
Period14/03/201618/03/2016
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Keywords

  • Land Administration
  • Fit-For-Purpose

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Enemark, S., Mclaren, R., Lemmen, C., Antonio, D., & Gitau, J. (2016). Scaling up Responsible Land Governance: A Guide for Building Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration Systems in Less Developed Countries. In Scaling Up Responsible Land Governance. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington D.C., March 14-18 2016 [213] World Bank Publications.
Enemark, Stig ; Mclaren, Robin ; Lemmen, Christiaan ; Antonio, Danilo ; Gitau, John. / Scaling up Responsible Land Governance : A Guide for Building Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration Systems in Less Developed Countries. Scaling Up Responsible Land Governance. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington D.C., March 14-18 2016. World Bank Publications, 2016.
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Scaling up Responsible Land Governance : A Guide for Building Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration Systems in Less Developed Countries. / Enemark, Stig; Mclaren, Robin; Lemmen, Christiaan ; Antonio, Danilo; Gitau, John.

Scaling Up Responsible Land Governance. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington D.C., March 14-18 2016. World Bank Publications, 2016. 213.

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Enemark S, Mclaren R, Lemmen C, Antonio D, Gitau J. Scaling up Responsible Land Governance: A Guide for Building Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration Systems in Less Developed Countries. In Scaling Up Responsible Land Governance. Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, Washington D.C., March 14-18 2016. World Bank Publications. 2016. 213