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  1. Library Resource
    October, 2015

    The Flexible Land Tenure (FLT) system was developed by the Ministry of Lands and Resettlement and the discussions started in the period of 1992-1998. It was conceived as an alternative for the land tenure catering for low income groups. The act passed in 2012, and currently the regulations are being revised for approval.

  2. Library Resource
    May, 2018

    How does one build up an analysis? And how does one create the link between the individual partial-analyses

    in a problem-oriented project work? These are the two main issues that this booklet gives an overview of.

    This document is a presentation of a way in which an analysis, a sub-project and a project can be structured.

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 2009
    Namibia

    Land tenure in Namibia is regulated by a variety of Acts, some of which date back to as far as 1937, and some of which are

    yet to be approved by Cabinet. This variety of Acts makes it difficult to evaluate the performance of land administration as a

    whole, and the appropriateness of coercive instruments with regards to urban land tenure in particular. In this article we

    evaluate how urban land tenure regularization practices are conducted in Namibia, and to compare new formal procedures,

  4. Library Resource
    December, 2018

    There has been rapid growth in urban populations in Namibia (Pendleton et al, 2014). This growth is amongst predominantly amongst less educated, poorer migrants from rural areas in search of opportunities in urban areas. From the data available the estimated shortfall of either titled land or houses appears to be above 150 000 and increasing at about 11 000 per year (Weber, 2017). This trend of urbanisation is occurring not only in Namibia but across the world, particularly now in developing countries.

  5. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2016

    This paper is work in progress and draws from previous research. The paper supports the public lecture on Sustainable Land Governance in Support of the Global Agenda given at Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) on 4 March 2016.

  6. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2016
    Namibia

    ILMI is delighted to publish this bibliography in its Working Paper Series. It sees this as a small

    contribution to encourage and facilitate research on land reform in Namibia. Perhaps more

    ambitiously, this bibliography may serve as a starting point to collect the titles listed in order to

    strengthen the resource centre on land administration and land reform.

  7. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    April, 2017

    The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the Flexible Land Tenure System (FLTS) in

    Namibia is in line with the Fit-For-Purpose (FFP) land administration approach which is

    developed in order to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at national and

    local level in developing countries by providing tenure security to poor people and creating

    country-wide land recordation systems. The FFP approach is based on a Minimum Viable

    Product focusing on the specific local tenure security needs, flexibility on survey accuracy,

  8. Library Resource
    July, 2016

    The project took place in Katima Mulilo and Rundu during 2007-11. The project consisted of 66 township extensions, and resulted in 18,500 plots developed in a period of 5 years. The project was funded by LUX Development, the cooperation agency from Luxemburg, which poured significant funds to make the project possible. One of the innovation aspects was to do the topographic and cadastral mapping in parallel with the layout and design. This was done by teams consisting of a town planner, a surveyor , and community facilitators selected by the inhabitants of the settlement in question.

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