Land Administration Reform (LAR)

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Land Administration Reform (LAR)
  • 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.

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