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Learning Exchange and Capacity Development on Innovative Land Tools and Approaches held in Dhulikhel, Nepal.

Posted 15 March, 11:52 am

Government of Nepal, Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives (MoALMC)/ Survey Department with the support of Global Land Tool Network (GLTN) and UN-Habitat conducted 5 days long “Learning Exchange and Capacity Development on Innovative Land Tools and Approaches” from 10-14 March, 2018 Dhulikhel. The overall purpose was to conduct the learning exchange on innovative land tools and approaches for Fit for Purpose Land Administration (FFPLA) focusing on Open Source LIS and Social Tenure Domain Model (STDM). This was a follow up on the one-day exposure on the tools previously held in July 2017. The Capacity Development Week was a residential training Workshop in Dhulikhel so that the participants fully devote on the Workshop.

There were altogether 26 participants among which about 35% were female. The participants represented 18 different organizations which included different government, non-government organizations, INGOs and academic institution in Nepal.

Summary Report

Summary of Learning Exchange and Capacity Development on Innovative Land Tools and Approaches