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Tools to Support Transparency in Land Administration

Guidance and systemization of experiences

This training package aims at strengthening the capacity of those working in the land sector to deliver robust and efficient land administration services. The package provides practical information and practice-based Tools to Support and strengthen transparency in land administration in three ways: First, the training kit provides users with vital background information to enhance their knowledge on the impacts of corruption, the benefits of transparency and its relationship to the land sector. Second, a range of flexible tools to facilitate and strengthen transparency and accountability are outlined. Third, a series of globally sourced, ‘real life’ case studies are included to help inform participants about corruption challenges in the land sector and encourage ideas for change. There are also a number of ‘good practice’ case studies that demonstrate how innovative approaches and tools can substantially improve transparency in land administration and promote good service delivery to citizens.

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