Click the Links Below to Download !1: Policy-derived Challenges to Tanzania's Land Administration System.pdf
2: Systemic Challenges to the Land Administration System.pdf
3: Geo-referencing, Mapping and Land Information Systems.pdf
4: Some Missed Opportunities in Early Land Reform Efforts in Tanzania.pdf
5: Financial Constraints of the Land Sector at the Turn of the Century.pdf
6: Past Performance Record of Land Sector in Tanzania.pdf
7: The Land Factor in Mining Gold Reserves in Tanzania.pdf
8: Womens Land Rights.pdf
9: Mapping the Future Macro-Level Land Distribution in Tanzania.pdf
10: Investing in Land in Tanzania.pdf
1.To conduct research on topical issues and disseminate its findings through the publication of articles in learned journals, the internet, the media, books and other forms of information exchange.
2.To undertake studies and participate in open debates regarding land, land administration, the environment and their effects on governance, human development and the economies of various countries.
3.To offer advisory services to the public and Governments in areas of expertise of the Institute.
4.To execute for willing Clients, processes that will facilitate land use for investment, poverty reduction and economic emancipation.