10 New Ministry of Lands Zonal Oﬃces (MZOs) in Luwero, Mityana, Mukono, Mpigi, Wakiso, Moroto, Soroti, Tororo, Kabale and Rukungiri
A multipurpose hall and girls’ Dormitory for the Institute of Surveys and Land Management (ISLM) in Entebbe.
Installation of an Enhanced Version of the Land Information System (LIS) in 21 MZOs: Arua, Gulu, Lira, Mbale, Jinja, Masindi, Kibaale, Kabarole, Mbarara, Masaka, KCCA and the new 10
MZOs. It now takes a person one day to search for a title compared to 50 days in 2010 and it takes 3 days to process a mortgage compared to 28 days in 2010.
Systematic Land Adjudication and Certification (SLAAC) has been undertaken. A total of 606 Community Land Association (CLAs) have been formed across 13 districts: Kaabong, Kotido,
Moroto, Napak, Amudat, Kakumiro, Buliisa, Agago, Nwoya, Mubende, Kabale, Kibale and Kayunga. 22,684 parcels adjudicated and surveyed bringing the overall total to 66,148 parcels demarcated and surveyed to date.
Development of the National Physical Development Plan, the first one of its kind for the Country, which will guide all envisaged developments.
The production of base maps for entire country, last developed in 1966. The base maps will support timeliness and quality of land survey and valuation functions.
1,200 land titles produced and ready for issuance to the beneficiaries.