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Vidéos

Enjeux fonciers dans l'Itasy : réconcilier l'obsolète et le présent Ny mikasika ny fananan-tany ao amin'ny Faritra Atsinanana Herinandro fampahafantarana ny fananan-tany, Faritra Itasy Forum national pour la consolidation de la politique foncière malagasy La Femme et le Foncier Sécuriser à bas prix les droits fonciers des citoyens malgaches Tanin'ireo voanjo teo aloha : iza no tena tompony? Ny adin-tany Etat des lieux de la réforme foncière

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Publications scientifiques

Mar

31

2016

Stakes and challenges in shaping and monitoring land reform policy: highlights from the Madagascar land observatory experience

Land Observatory communication at the World Bank Annual Conference on Land and Poverty. 14 – 18 March 2016. Washington DC.  

 

These last years, and presumably for the next ones, the creation of land observatories has raised in interest and has been set among perspectives on African countries agenda. Capitalizing the lessons learned from land observatories’ experiences, whether they are still-on-duty or terminated projects, appears as essential in order to address key issues related to their operation and sustainability. The Madagascar Land Observatory, created in 2007, may be considered as a forerunner and has come up to a phase of capitalization and sharing its reflections.

Nov

19

2012

Between the legal and the legitimate : status of land governance in Madagascar

This publication describes, analyzes and establishes the status of land governance in Madagascar using the key findings from the LGAF assessment. Main conclusions state that major constraints in enforcing good governance are related to the coexistence and the lack of articulation of two systems of rights recognition: the customary and the statutory.