The TA will support the economic development of customary land with a continued emphasis on leasing and exploring options for customary land development by landowners. The TA will support the implementation of three priority areas identified in the PIP: (i) national coordination of customary land stakeholders, (ii) capacity building to support customary land administration reforms, and (iii) effective community advocacy. The Government will implement reforms in the remaining PIP areas, either through budget support or in collaboration with other development partners.
Latest Project Documents
|Promoting Economic Use of Customary Land, Phase II: Technical Assistance Completion Report||Jul 2015|
|Promoting Economic Use of Customary Land||Nov 2009|
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