TANZANIA: ILMIS Go-Live

TANZANIA: ILMIS Go-Live

On 16 July 2018, the Integrated Land Management Information System (ILMIS) was implemented at the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, with the first issue of a new Certificate of Occupancy (title). The new integrated system is a result of a two-year World Continue reading

Seminar on urbain  development in Nairobi

Seminar on urbain development in Nairobi

IGN FI participated in the seminar organised by the French Embassy on urban development. The event was held in Nairobi on 9 and 10 July 2018. East Africa, apart from Djibouti or Mauritius, is one of the least urbanized regions in the world.  The average urbanization rate was only 25% Continue reading

IVORY COAST: Spatial land monitoring project

IVORY COAST: Spatial land monitoring project

France has provided SPOT 6 and 7 satellite images to central African countries as well as some Western African countries, including Ivory Coast, as part of the REDD+ project and other initiatives concerning the sustainable land management. IGN FI is responsible for steering the program and supporting these countries in utilizing Continue reading

Cadastre Colombia: Methodology conception

Cadastre Colombia: Methodology conception

Conception of integral methodology to carry out urban and rural multi-purpose cadastre in La Mojana region (Colombia). These last years Colombia has taken a historic turn after signing a peace treaty with the FARC. These agreements have resulted in implementation of the politics of territorial development and, as objective, the Continue reading

TANZANIA: The LIS is to speed up the digitization work

TANZANIA: The LIS is to speed up the digitization work

At the occasion of the workshop that took place in Dar Es Salaam, November 28th, the Minister in charge of land issues, Mr Wiliam Lukuvia, has called upon the ILMIS (Integrated Land Management Information System) project to speed up digitization work that shall allow electronic updating, processing, storage and retrieval Continue reading