After 10 years of land reform in Madagascar: is the process of land certification massive and inclusive?
Gubert, Flore; Saint Macary, Camille; Rakotomalala, Heriniaina; Burnod, Perrine (2017), After 10 years of land reform in Madagascar: is the process of land certification massive and inclusive?, Annual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty : "Responsible land governance: towards an evidence based approach", 2017-03, Washington, United States
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Titre du colloqueAnnual World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty : "Responsible land governance: towards an evidence based approach"
Date du colloque2017-03
Ville du colloqueWashington
Pays du colloqueUnited States
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Développement, institutions et analyses de long terme [DIAL]
Laboratoire d'Economie de Dauphine [LEDa]
Paris Jourdan Sciences Economiques [PJSE]
Saint Macary, Camille
Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)
Territoires, Environnement, Télédétection et Information Spatiale [UMR TETIS]
Résumé (EN)The Malagasy reform ongoing since 2005 belongs to a new generation of land reforms in Africa. Two major innovations have emerged: decentralized land management through the creation of local land offices at commune level and land certification. The land reform objective is to overcome the pitfalls of the former land titling system and to provide tenure security to a majority of households thanks to a low cost, easy and participatory registration process. However, contrary to similar land reform in other African countries such as Ethiopia or Rwanda, land certification is “on demand” and not based on a systematic demarcation process. Is the Malagasy certification really massive and inclusive? To explore this issue, the paper analyzes the evolution and the determinants of land certificates demand. It puts a special emphasis on the forms of offer (promotional campaigns) and its impacts on the level and distribution of demand for land certificates. Policy implications to foster inclusivity and local and offices sustainability are debated. The paper uses first-band data that were collected through two specially designed survey conducted on a large sample of rural households in 2011 and 2015 (1 834 with 1 551 households in panel) in nine communes of Madagascar.
Mots-clésMassive; Inclusive; Madagascar; Land Certification
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