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Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA)


Titre : Land Reform in Afghanistan

Pays  : Afghanistan

Date/Durée : January 2011 to January 2014

The Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA) project seeks to develop a robust, enduring, and Afghan-owned and managed land market framework that encourages investment and productivity growth, resolves/mitigates land-based conflict, and builds confidence in the legitimacy of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA). LARA provides technical assistance and support to GIRoA institutions that address land issues, particularly the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL), the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of Urban Development Affairs (MUDA), and will create Afghan capacity to successfully design, manage, and implement needed land tenure reform for land market development.

* More secure property rights for Afghan citizens through improved institutional, policy, and legal systems Improved public awareness of and ability to exercise property rights, especially in vulnerable populations (women and minorities) * Improved economic growth and increased private-sector investment * Increased revenue to GIRoA from leases of government land * Increased sanitation tax revenues at the municipal level * Properties registered with municipal and Supreme Court registration offices

Implementing organizations Tetra Tech
Donors : USAID
Data Provider : USAID

Project Value : 41,800,000.00 $

Présentation (Land portal)

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