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National Land Management Program (PRONAT). PRONAT The program's objective is to promote land tenure security in order to facilitate access to credit and land investment aimed at economic growth, thereby facilitating rural poverty alleviation. The PRONAT has identified the rural, peri-urban and urban areas of the Provinces of Herrera, Los Santos, Veraguas, Cocle and Colon as the areas where the project would be implemented. To achieve the project's objective, it would be necessary to address the following issues: (a) security of tenure; (b) access to land; (c) high land market transaction costs, and (d) the provision of supplementary services (technical assistance, education, financial services, conflict resolution and the like). The proposed program would expand PRONATs geographic coverage, and strengthen the institutional and technical capability of the entities responsible for land titling and administration in Panama. The program would have three components: (i) Modernization of National and Provincial Land Administration Services; (ii) Land Regularization Services; and (iii) Land Market Support Activities. The first component would provide the legal and institutional framework for the implementation of PRONAT initiative. Specific sub-components include: a) the design and implementation of a modern land registry and cadastre system; b) institutional strengthening at the national level of the entities responsible for land regularization and tenure security; c) strengthening and expanding access to regional and local land administration services; and d) the project implementation structure. The second component would provide the necessary support to execute the technical and legal fieldwork required to carry out the massive land regularization process within the project areas. Regularization services include legal cadastre, titling or certification, registry of properties and conflict resolution. This component would also establish conflict resolution mechanisms that would be available throughout the execution in the fieldwork and the subsequent need to resolve minor and major disputes or differences. The last component would include: a) training for land title beneficiaries and users of land administration systems, focussed on identifying complementary economic opportunities; b) grants for innovative small projects leading to improved land management and land use intensification; c) public private workshops on sustainable land use; and d) public awareness campaign.
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National Land Management Program (PRONAT). PRONAT

This buyer is a part of Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).
National Land Management Program (PRONAT). PRONAT operates in Panama.
The program's objective is to promote land tenure security in order to facilitate access to credit and land investment aimed at economic growth, thereby facilitating rural poverty alleviation. The PRONAT has identified the rural, peri-urban and urban areas of the Provinces of Herrera, Los Santos, Veraguas, Cocle and Colon as the areas where the project would be implemented. To achieve the project's objective, it would be necessary to address the following issues: (a) security of tenure; (b) access to land; (c) high land market transaction costs, and (d) the provision of supplementary services (technical assistance, education, financial services, conflict resolution and the like). The proposed program would expand PRONATs geographic coverage, and strengthen the institutional and technical capability of the entities responsible for land titling and administration in Panama.
The program would have three components: (i) Modernization of National and Provincial Land Administration Services; (ii) Land Regularization Services; and (iii) Land Market Support Activities. The first component would provide the legal and institutional framework for the implementation of PRONAT initiative. Specific sub-components include: a) the design and implementation of a modern land registry and cadastre system; b) institutional strengthening at the national level of the entities responsible for land regularization and tenure security; c) strengthening and expanding access to regional and local land administration services; and d) the project implementation structure. The second component would provide the necessary support to execute the technical and legal fieldwork required to carry out the massive land regularization process within the project areas. Regularization services include legal cadastre, titling or certification, registry of properties and conflict resolution. This component would also establish conflict resolution mechanisms that would be available throughout the execution in the fieldwork and the subsequent need to resolve minor and major disputes or differences. The last component would include: a) training for land title beneficiaries and users of land administration systems, focussed on identifying complementary economic opportunities; b) grants for innovative small projects leading to improved land management and land use intensification; c) public private workshops on sustainable land use; and d) public awareness campaign.

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Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Expressions of Interest

Published
Jun 17, 2008 
Deadline
Jul 27, 2008 

Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Proposals

Published
Jul 25, 2007 
Deadline
Aug 29, 2007 

Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Proposals

Published
Apr 16, 2007 
Deadline
Jun 5, 2007 

Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Expressions of Interest

Published
Feb 15, 2007 
Deadline
Mar 19, 2007 

Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Proposals

Published
Jun 21, 2006 
Deadline
Aug 11, 2006 

Country:  Panama

Type:  Request For Proposals

Published
May 22, 2006 
Deadline
Aug 16, 2006