Securing Land and Property Rights: Exploring the Scope for Results-Based Financing Approaches

 

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While results-based approaches have been designed and successfully applied to several infrastructure and social sectors, there is almost no record of its being used regarding projects in the land sector. This report looks into the question of how RBF can be a useful tool in helping secure tenure and property rights, as well as streamlining the titling process, modernizing land administration services, enhancing land administration staff' capacity and ongoing training, and improving the relationship with clients -- all of which inspire confidence in governmental institutions dealing with tenure and property ownership issues. This report also looks into the test case of applying results-based payments for improvements in systematic land registration in the West Bank. 

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