According to the World Bank, the development objective of the Property Rights Strengthening Project for Nicaragua is to provide beneficiaries in selected municipalities with updated and integrated cadastral and property registry information improved land administration services.
The project design centers around three strategic themes: (i) fine-tuning the institutional and policy framework and integrating systems, (ii) expanding cadastral, regularization and titling services to the central region of the country, (iii) strengthening of municipal capacities for land administration and territorial planning.
The Project includes five components. The first four components are directly related to outcomes (a) and (b), while Component 5, consistent with the strategic approach taken for Nicaragua, corresponds to potential support for immediate emergency recovery.
Funding will come from the International Development Association
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