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Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty


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Land Governance Assessment Framework meeting
Monday, April 18, 2011
Room location: MC C2-131

The 1-day workshop faciliatated discussions on how the roll out of LGAFs through the partnership can link up and add value to ongoing initiatives by core partners for the monitoring and assessment of land governance.  During the workshop, participants and global partners in the land governance assessment reviewed implementation experience by country coordinators to highlight potential uses and limitations of the LGAF, identifying issues subject to in-depth technical discussion during a follow-up workshop.  The workshop allowed for a determination of priority issues and next steps, including a discussion of how LGAF implementation can respond to these in ways that exploit synergies at country, regional, and possibly global level.

Workshop Agenda

I. From Land Titling to Land Governance: the LGAF content and process

Presentation followed by discussion on: i) the need of assessing land sector governance; ii) existing approaches and challenges; iii) the thematic areas and modules; iv) methodology and process to validate results; v) evidence from Pilot cases; vi) lessons learned and next steps.

Chair: R. Rajack, World Bank

8.30 – 9:15   The LGAF: Genesis, content, applications thus far and potential uses in the future
 T. Burns, H. Selod, K. Deininger, V. Endo Adobe PDF

II. Implementing the LGAF at country level: Challenges and substantive insights

For each country, a 10-15 min. presentation by the country coordinator will highlight the main substantive insights and specific aspects of the LGAF that could be of interest. This will be followed by two discussants (5 min each) and open discussion.

Chair: J. Kagwanja, AGRA

9:15 - 10.00  Nigeria: Using LGAF as a basis for more in-depth research (P. Adenyi) Adobe PDF
Discussants: C. Ezigbalike, UNECA
  R. Birner, University of Hohenheim

10:00 -10:45   Rwanda: Using LGAF to support the LPI process (A. Kairaba) Adobe PDF
Discussants: D. Ali & M .Duponchel, World Bank
  I. Shuker, World Bank (tbc)

10.45-11:15 Coffee break

Chair: E. Aryeetey, University of Ghana

11:15 - 12.00  Georgia: Documenting and learning from rapid reform (D. Egiashvili) Adobe PDF
Discussants: G. Adlington, World Bank
  T. Burns, Land Equity

12:00-12:45  South Africa: Bridging the rural-urban divide (M. Napier) Adobe PDF
Discussants: Li Guo, World Bank
  C. Augustinus, UN Habitat

12.45-13.30 Lunch break
 
Chair: R. Meinzen-Dick, IFPRI

13:30 -14:15  Ghana: Providing input into ongoing policy dialogue and project activities (J. Bugri) Adobe PDF
Discussants: J. Kagwanja, AGRA
  J. Lindsay, World Bank

14:15 – 15:00  Peru: sustaining LGAF over time (V. Endo) Adobe PDF
Discussants: D. Varela, World Bank
M. Childress, World Bank

15.00-15:15 Coffee break

Chair: C. Ezigbalike, UN-ECA

15:15 – 16:00  Roundtable on LGAF implementation in Malawi: Links to operational and policy needsAdobe PDF 
F. Zenengeya, PS, Government of Malawi
  H. Tchale, World Bank
P. Jere, Independent Consultant

III. Open discussion on priority areas and potential next steps

Select advisory committee members will make 5 min statements to reflect on presentations, highlight key priority areas that should be addressed, identify links with work they are engaged in, and suggest next steps. This will be followed by open discussion.

Chair: E. Aryeetey, University of Ghana

16:00 -17:00 Open Discussion

Opening remarks (5 min. each):

M. McMillan, IFPRI
 C. Plancon, French Ministry for Foreign Affairs




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