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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

10

2014

Land certification in Madagascar:formalizing (f)or securing?

Land Observatory communication at the World Bank Annual Conference on Land and Poverty. March 2014. Washington DC.

 

Two major innovations have inter alia emerged from the land reform in Madagascar: (i)

decentralised land management through the creation of local land offices, and (ii) certification, which enables individuals to register private property provided the community agrees on the legitimacy of the claimed rights.

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27

2012

Land Reform And Certification in Madagascar : Does Perception of Tenure Security Matter and Change.

Land Observatory communication at the World Bank Annual Conference on Land and Poverty. April 2012. Washington DC.

 

This paper explores the determinant of the sense of tenure insecurity and underlines the complementary role of certification to informal and existing modes of rights validation (petits papiers). It shows then that decentralization of land management offers a better and a more equitable access to legal information, land administration institutions, legalization of rights and devices of conflict resolution. But this ongoing process of legal empowerment still needs to be more inclusive.

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2012

Do Investors Really Manage to Have Secure Land Rights? Land Deals and Competition Over Land Control in Madagascar.

Land Observatory communication at the World Bank Annual Conference on Land and Poverty. April 2012. Washington DC.

 

Based on case studies, this paper analyses how land deals are partly shaped by the competition for control over land access. The Malagasy legal framework does have the potential to regulate large-scale land acquisitions and protect local land rights protection. But, all these positive-laws are not enforced due to investors’ strategies to access to land and competition among state and non-state institutions for controlover land resources.

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2008

Decentralization of Land Management in Madagascar

Land Observatory communication at the World Bank annual conference on Land and Poverty. April 2008

 

Since 2005, Madagascar has committed itself into a deep land reform, based on modernization of the land administration and on decentralization of the land management to the Communes. This paper outlines the original context and the orientations of the land reform. It emphasizes the expectations of land reform and reports the first observable outcomes. Lastly, this paper addresses the process for evaluating the land reform, related to different economic and social sectors.