Building in-country partnerships for better property rights and land tenure security data
Security in our homes matters to all of us. PRIndex data helps show how it matters to countries too.
This week the Global Land Tools Network holds its seventh partners meeting in Nairobi, Kenya. Ahead of the meeting, PRIndex’s country engagement lead David Ameyaw explains how we will be working with agencies in more than 30 countries to lay the foundations for a global property rights conversation.
Introducing the PRIndex Analytical Report 2017: Findings from 3-country test in Colombia, India and Tanzania
Our new report from a 3-country study seeks to identify the best way to measure tenure security in advance of a full-scale roll-out of PRIndex in 2018-9.
Property rights are a cornerstone of economic development and social justice. One of the most fundamental ways of understanding the strength of property rights is through citizens’ perceptions of them.
PRIndex: Improving data to strengthen land tenure security
ODI expert Anna Locke explains how PRIndex in 2018 is working to equip governments, citizens and civil society with a powerful tool for achieving tenure security for all.
Millions of people currently lack the fundamental foundation for growth and development that tenure security and property rights offer. After being neglected in the Millennium Development Goals, land and property rights have since been pushed much further up the development agenda and now appear in three of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).