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An indispensable tool to understanding territories, maps have been diversified to a great extent in the form of geographic databases, either vector or raster. Mapping work in countries is increasingly embedded in a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) approach.

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Geographic information is an essential component of these projects through cadastral data collection and update. The development of complete land information systems combines these geographic layers also with various modules related to land registry  management.

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The regeneration of a country’s geodetic network is therefore absolutely fundamental for its development in view of the large range of sectors concerned: land administration, urban development, drainage and transport networks, national security…

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Geographic information is essential in countries where agriculture represents a major part of the country’s national economy and food safety is threatened economy and food safety is threatened. Conflicts of use between forests and other land uses are now an integral part of international action plans concerning climatic changes and particularly within the framework of the REDD+ mechanism.

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For the States eager to take action, environmental information and the tools enabling to use theses data are essential, as well as preseve environment, prevent and manage risks.

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The in-depth, detailed knowledge of its territory is a key element for a State for setting its policies on risk prevention, management of catastrophes or good governance of its border areas.

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PRESS: “Geodesy: one continent, one representation” – Geoconnexion October 2016

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PRESS: “Over the borderline” – Geoconnexion n°Juin 2016

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PRESSE : “Forêt dans les pays du Bassin du Congo” – Impact (RDC) n°Juin 2016

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 PRESS: “Mapping in Burkina Faso: new maps for a new millenium” – Geoconnexion n° Octobre 2015 

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RADIO : “L’inquiétant recul des forêts primaires” – France culture – 14/02/2017

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RADIO : “Cartographie au Bénin” – RFI – 17/02/2015

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PRESS: Tanzania benchmarks Uganda on land registration – NEW VISION – 11/04/2017

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The 14-member delegation jetted in on Sunday led by Emmanuel Mahinga, the project manager for the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development and Richard Shepard, the IGN Tanzania project manager.

RADIO : “Quelles cartes pour l’Afrique et les pays émergents” – RFI – 25/04/2013

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Radio : “Cartographie au Mali” – RFI – 06/08/2016

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PRESS: “Govt improves land tenure plan” – Ethiopia – The Citizen – 26/09/2017

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PRESSE : Tanzanie : lancement d’un nouveau système d’information sur les attributions foncières – La Tribune / Africatime – 04/02/2018

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Les autorités tanzaniennes ont présenté ce vendredi (02/02/2018) un projet de Système intégré d’information sur la gestion des terres à Dar es Salam qui, à terme, devrait aider à réduire le nombre de conflits fonciers. […]

PRESS: “When land digital system thrilled Msinune villagers” – Tanzania – Sunday News – 11/02/2018

[…] Being the first village to benefit effect from Integrated Land Management Information System (ILMIS), Msinune village is implementing this pilot stage for the rest of the rural areas of the country.[…]

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PRESS: “Land disputes set to end as government rolls out digitalised deeds” – Tanzania – The Daily News – 10/03/2018

[…]The government shall in June, this year, start issuing digitalised land title deeds to replace the outdated manual system.[…]

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