The TA objective is to assist the Government to enhance the legal and administrative framework for land law including land acquisition and resettlement. The TA will pursue this objective by supporting: (i) preparation and approval of a draft Land Law; (ii) consultation on the draft Land Law in selected regions and with the civil society; (iii) presentation of the draft Land Law to the parliament; (iv) preparation of draft regulations for implementing the proposed Land Law including elaboration of the existing land acquisition and resettlement regulations when required; (v) identification of any other regulations that might be needed to support the proposed Land Law; and (vi) a capacity needs assessment and preparation of a proposal for a capacity building program for follow-up financing.
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|Enhancing the Legal and Administrative Framework for Land Project||Dec 2007|
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