The Minister Bruno Nabagné KONE took part, on Friday 11 November 2022, at the Golden Palace Hotel in Grand-Bassam, in the closing ceremony of the 3rd workshop on the validation of procedures reviewed as part of the reengineering work.
This workshop, which was organised by the Directorate of Modernisation, Computerisation, Simplification and Securisation of Acts (DIMISSA), enabled several actors and professionals of the land chain to examine in detail all the land procedures in Ivory Coast, in order to make them more optimal; and to implement them in the Integrated Urban Land Management System (SIGFU).
The Minister of Construction, Housing and Urbanism, Bruno Nabagné KONE, seized this opportunity to congratulate all the stakeholders of the project of simplification and digital transformation project of urban land, for the quality of the work and the results obtained which, according to him, “will bring a concrete answer to the complexity, the slowness and the settlement of litigations decried by a number of citizens who wish to have access to land ownership without any hassle.
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Also, while inviting the various actors of the land chain to continue their efforts in order to clean up urban land management in Ivory Coast in a sustainable manner, Minister Bruno Nabagné KONE was pleased with the speed with which the work was done.
It should be noted that at the end of this closing ceremony of the third validation workshop of the revised procedures within the framework of the reengineering work, each professional actor received a certificate of participation.
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Operated by IGN FI, the implementation of the Integrated Urban Land Management System is part of the simplification and digital transformation project of urban land initiated by the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Urbanism (MCLU) and the Ministry of Budget and State Portfolio (MBPE). It aims to simplify and accelerate the process of issuing administrative acts, to secure land information by drastically reducing land conflicts and disputes and finally, to improve the business environment in Ivory Coast.