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The LTPR framework...

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an analytical and development planning tool

Providing secure tenure and property rights has become a major tool in the arena of economic growth, social development, poverty alleviation, and natural resource management (NRM). Tenure security has become an essential part of a large programmatic push aimed at investment in land, agricultural production, and the sustainable management of natural resources, and in the move toward market economies.

This Resource Page presents the analytical approach USAID has developed to describe its work in land tenure and property rights — as presented as the LTPR framework — a conceptual tool for examining LTPR issues and interventions, writ large, in international development programming. The framework was developed based on several years of study of USAID LTPR experiences. It draws heavily from three important USAID programming arenas: (1) the Agency's experience with land tenure reform as an economic growth tool and, to a lesser degree, natural resources programming; (2) the Fragile States Strategy; and (3) the Conflict Assessment Framework that has been developed within USAID’s Office for Conflict Management and Mitigation.






LTPR Introduction

The Many Dimensions of LTPR

LTPR Framework: An Analytical and Development Planning Tool

The LTPR Matrix (issues and intervetions)

USAID LTPR Lessons Learned




Download a pdf file of the USAID LTPR brochure.


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