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1 Symposium on Road to sustainable land administration in Africa 7 th annual African conference and Exhibition on Geospatial information, technology and applications Accra, 3- 4 October 2012 Aude ARESTE LAMENDOUR – IGN France International marketing and communication manager Presentation of the DeSILISoR project in Uganda (Design, Suppliy, Installation and Implementation of the Land Information System and Securing of Land Records)

2 2 2 Plan 1.Challenges and objectives 2.The main actors 3.Project progresses Focus 1 – data bases Focus 2 – documentation preparation and treatment Focus 3 – Public information and capacity building 4.Conclusion

3 33 Main challenges and objectives

4 44 The land information is treated manually The information when it exists, is in paper form The conditions of storage are very poor Consequences: The risks of damage, loss, destruction of existing land documentation is very high The land records are not reliable In case of land disputes, the relevant information is difficult to obtain, generating very long procedures and overwhelmed administrative staff Challenges In Uganda, more than 60% of the registered documents is in very bad state. « In Uganda, 35% of complaints are about acts of fraud and counterfeiting ; 33% of complaints relate to delays in transactions, the unavailability of documents (World Bank)

5 55 General philosophy of the DeSILISoR project This project aims to contribute to the establishment of the efficient land administration system in Uganda to: facilitate and improve the delivery of basic land services to the population improve land tenure security

6 66 General background Started in February 2010, planned to finish in February 2013 (February 2014 for the technical support and maintenance) This DeSILISoR project is funded by the World Bank. The contract is signed with the Government of Uganda and the Private sector Foundation Uganda. The beneficiary of the project is the MLHUD.

7 77 Rehabilitation and digitization of land existing land records and cadastral maps ( titles and maps) Provision of the base map for the 6 district before national roll out phase Upgrade of the working environment at national level with the creation of the National Land Information centre and at the regional level within the 6 districts offices (provision of IT equipements (hardwares and softwares + tailor-made LIS) Main activities

8 88 The actors

9 99 The Consortium is composed of: IGN France International IGN France (French National Mapping Agency) The Consortium and its subcontractors with its International and Ugandan main partners

10 10 Project progresses

11 11 5 main components and project progresses DeSILISoR Data production Component 2 DATA CONVERSION Composante 2 DATA INTEGRATION Composante 3 LIS IMPLEMENTATION Component 4 REVIEW OF THE DESGIN AND PREPARATIOF OF THE ROLL OUT PHASE Component 5 Detailed design LIS software Component 1 COMPLETED ON GOING IN 2013

12 12 Focus 1 - Completion of a geographic data set

13 13 Considering a trustable land administration is a transparent land administration for all, the land administration must be based on georeferenced data. The need for the completion of a geographic data set A reliable geodetic network was completed Production of Up to date orthophotographies and DTM* on the project area ( m²) – completed in sept 2011 Georeferencing the existing thematic, such as cadastral maps ( maps) – on going and will be finished by the end of 2012 *DTM: Digital Terrain Model

14 14 The areas covered by aerial photographies

15 15 Focus 2 – Rehabilitation of the documents

16 16 MAPS REHABILITATION AND SCANNING Rehabilitation and scanning of : 11,500 cadastral maps 5,000 historical, topographical and cadastral index maps

17 17 Cadastral Maps for rehabilitation and scanning

18 18 Maps digitization Georeferencing of 16,500 maps Vectorisation of 11,500 cadastral maps

19 19 Focus 3 – Public awareness and capacity building

20 20 Component 4 – Implementing the LIS CAPACITY BUILIDNG Organization of study tours in Europe and in Africa Preparation of the training plan (general training and dedicated trainings)/ implementation PUBLIC AWARENESS Preparation of the communication plan/ implementation (general public and stakeholders and beneficiaries) Organization of workshops on a regular basis to keep people informed of the project progresses SHARING OF THE EXPERIENCES Organization of a regional seminar on the LIS added value and key factors of successes )

21 21 Conclusion

22 22 Conclusion LIS SECURE INVESTMENTS REDUCE THE RISKS OF FRAUD PROVIDE AN UP TO DATE LAND INFORMATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REALITY FROM THE GROUND MAKES THE DECISION PROCESS SMOOTHER AND EASIER FOR DECISION MAKERS ENHANCE TRUST IN LAND ADMINISTRATION IN UGANDA

23 MLHUD Thanks for your attention Aude ARESTE LAMENDOUR


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