The TA shall start with a rapid review of the impact and lessons learned from the implementation of ARCP and other projects in support of CARP under other foreign assistance, as well as a review of policies and legal issuances, programs and sectoral analyses. The review will include the validation of the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of the ARC approach, and validate the new DAR proposed methodology of clustering ARCs in AR Zones. The review will examine strategies and activities carried out under the regular program of DAR and of the other line agencies involved in CARP implementation, to bring out best practices. As part of the review, the TA shall study the delays encountered by the land survey and titling process, to recommend institutional arrangements between DAR, DENR and other relevant stakeholders, to streamline the process.
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