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Tuesday, October 23 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Methods and Technology to Fight Land Corruption

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The workshop session focuses on the use of data and technology in enhancing transparency and accountability in land governance. The workshop session will include the following presentations:

Presentation 1
Title: The Dashboard for People-Centered Land Governance: Indicators for Transparency in the Land Sector
Topic: The International Land Coalition (ILC) is currently piloting the Dashboard Tool for People-Centered Land Governance Monitoring. Based on common indicators and methodologies developed in consultation with members, the Dashboard gives priority to the people, communities and concerns underrepresented in existing data.

Presentation 2
Title: Secure Tenure Rights and Engage Local Communities with Technology in Madagascar
Topic: Transparency International – Initiative Madagascar developed a land-surveying application called Cadastre Registry Inventory Without Paper (CRISP), to engage the community to survey their land. This application creates a transitory Land –certificate, which can increase the bargaining power of the community in relation to the state.

  • Presentation 3
Title: A Workflow Platform to Improve the Land Acquisition in Zambia: The Process Approach
Topic: Transparency International Zambia developed a workflow platform to document, visualize and popularize processes of land acquisition in Zambia. It will enable the public to navigate and search within processes, find information and attachments, and submit reports about a specific step directly to the authority in charge. This will shed light on the processes and help fight corruption and improve the processes at every level

  • Presentation 4
Title: Citizen led social accountability anti-corruption initiatives: what is working in the land context?
Topic: With this presentation, Transparency International Rwanda will highlight the experiences made with regard to citizen participation and their impact on fighting corruption in service delivery on land. They will present a set of lessons learned from an established social accountability system which relies on collective efforts.

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Paul Banoba

Africa Regional Advisor, Transparency International

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Eva Hershaw

Land Monitoring and Data Specialist, International Land Coalition
Eva Hershaw joined the ILC in 2017 as a land monitoring and data specialist on the Dashboard initiative. Holding two master’s in journalism and Latin American studies, Hershaw has worked as an investigative journalist on agriculture, land and trade policy. Prior to her arrival at... Read More →
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Rueben Lifuka

Vice Chair/ President, Transparency International/ TI Zambia
Rueben Lifuka is an architect and an environmental consultant and managing partner with Riverine Zambia Limited. He is the founder and a director of the consultancy firm Dialogue Africa and chair of the National Governing Council of the Africa Peer Review Mechanism process in Zambia... Read More →
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Apollinaire Mupiganyi

Executive Director, Transparency International Rwanda Chapter
Mr. Apollinaire Mupiganyi is a Rwandan nationality. He holds a master degree in Business administration, major in management, from Neuchatel University (Switzerland) and a Postgrade Diploma in international projects management of Applied University of western of Switzerland. He has... Read More →
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Ketakandriana RAFITOSON

Executive Director, Transparency International – Initiative Madagascar (TI-IM)
Ketakandriana Rafitoson is a Malagasy political scientist and a Public Law specialist by training, and has a proven track record of expertise in Energy Law. She is also a democracy and human rights activist with a special interest for Civil and political rights. A founder of several... Read More →

Workshop Coordinators

Jean Brice Tetka

Data and Technology Coordinator, Transparency International

Tuesday October 23, 2018 12:00pm - 2:00pm CEST
Workshop Room 7
  Workshop, Panel Debate
  • Organiser Transparency International