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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 1972
    Uganda

    The Department of Lands and Surveys is responsible for Land Administration, Surveys and Mapping, Valuations and Titles. The last report adequately covered the history of our land tenure and' it

    is not therefore intended to go over it again.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    July, 1972
    Africa

    La Conférence africaine sur la population, organisée par la Commission

    économique pour l'Afrique et l'Union internationale pour l'étude scientifique de la population, en collaboration avec la Fédération internationale pour la planification familiale, s'est réunie à Accra du 9 au 18 décembre. Elle a été ouverte par S.E. M. K.A. Busia, Premier Ministre de la République du Ghana, qui a été présenté par S.E. M. Jones Oferi-Atta, Secrétaire du Ministre, du Secrétariat de la planification du développement, qui a été invité par les

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    October, 1972
    Africa

    Les terres agricoles plates sont dans les pays en voie de développement la principale ressource de l’économie. Il importe que ces terres soient à la fois cartographies et divisées en parcelles convenablement délimitées.

    Cependant la plupart des pays intéressés ont grand besoin de cartes exactes; certains en manquent même totalement. Dans ce cas, il serait déraisonnable de réaliser des levés et des cartes classiques pour délimiter les terres.

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1972
    Tunisia

    Les origines du cadastre en Tunisie rementent à l'occupation romaine. Au début, la découverte de vestiges de cadastration romaine a pu se faire grâce a l'examen de plans et cartes topographiques levés par des procédés terrestres; cet examen a permis de tirer les caractéristiques de ‘orientation des lignes et des dimensions du carroyage.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    October, 1972
    Africa

    This paper is a continuation of a study started in 1963 on major cadastral surveys in the Sudan. Plat agricultural land in developing countries is the main source of economy. It is required that this land be both mapped and demarcated-divided into agricultural plots. However, most of these countries are in a very bad need of reliable maps; some of them have no maps whatsoever. To perform the conventional surveys and maps in order to demarcate the land would be unrealistic in such case.

  6. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    September, 1972
    Africa

    A l’occasion de la réfection des cartes périmées ou de l’établissement de cartes nouvelles, de nouvelles techniques automatisées semblent pouvoir rendre d’importants services. L’enregistrement des données numériques, notamment, à partir des photographies aériennes, peut se faire sans accroissement notable du délai de restitution, et se montre ainsi promis à d’intéressants développements.

  7. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    January, 1972
    Niger

    The purpose, and often the result, of the legislation which has been gradually introduced over the last fifty years has been to replace a system of unwritten customary rights which varied from region to region with a relatively simple system of land ownership based on written and published texts, familiar to all and applicable to the territory as a whole.

  8. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    January, 1972
    Ethiopia, Africa

    The Second United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Africa held at Tunis in September 1966, the Niger in association with Madagascar; presented a resolution recommending that the ECA organize a seminar on cadastre. It was hoped that such a seminar would enable the Niger to become acquainted with and compare the latest methods used by certain African countries and possibly to benefit from their experience in establishing a cadastre in the Niger.

  9. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    July, 1972
    Africa

    This paper focuses on the report of the African population conference Accra, Ghana. Population prospects in Africa have to be assessed against the background of past and current elements of demographic growth and change. Two major factors fertility and mortality without necessarily neglecting internal migration deserve serious consideration in view of their important relationship to possible future changes in the rate of growth.

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