By Vector1Media |
28 October 2007 |
Land administration reviews are part of the programme activities of the Working Party on Land Administration of the UNECE Committee on Housing and Land Management and they have the following main objectives:
- To assist the national authorities of the country under review in assessing the current situation and performance of their land administration systems, and in defining and setting national land administration policies and priorities on the basis of an independent analysis by an international expert team;
- To promote improvements in land administration and a continuous policy dialogue among UNECE member countries through the transfer of information on policies, approaches and experiences of reviewed countries
- To support intergovernmental financial institutions and donor organizations in making decisions with regard to current and/or planned land administration projects in a country under review and to prepare recommendations on priorities for donor assistance and its coordination.
UNECE Land administration reviews were already implemented in Armenia (2000), in Georgia (2001), in the Russian Federation (2003) and in Lithuania (2004).
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