Examining the gaps in the Land Inventory Approach in improving Tenure Security on Private Mailo Land in Mityana district
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This abstract provides a concise overview of a study focused on examining the gaps in the land inventory approach and its effectiveness in improving tenure security in Mityana District. Tenure security is a crucial aspect of sustainable land governance, ensuring equitable access, use, and management of land resources. While the land inventory approach has gained prominence as a mechanism to enhance tenure security, its implementation in Mityana District has encountered certain gaps and challenges. This research aims to critically evaluate the land inventory approach's efficiency in improving tenure security in Mityana District and identify the key gaps that hinder its effectiveness. The study adopts a mixed-methods approach, combining qualitative and quantitative research techniques. Qualitative methods include interviews with key stakeholders such as land administrators, community leaders, and representatives from civil society organizations, while quantitative data will be obtained through surveys and analysis of existing land records. The research findings will shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of the land inventory approach in Mityana District, highlighting gaps in its implementation and their implications for tenure security. By examining the challenges faced by land administrators, community members, and other relevant actors, the study aims to identify specific areas for improvement and propose recommendations for policy and practice. The anticipated results will contribute to the existing body of knowledge on land governance and tenure security by providing empirical insights into the gaps in the land inventory approach in Mityana District. The research outcomes will be relevant not only to local stakeholders but also to policymakers, researchers, and practitioners working in the field of land administration and land tenure security. Ultimately, this study seeks to provide evidence-based recommendations that can inform the design and implementation of more effective strategies for improving tenure security in Mityana District, with the potential for wider applicability in similar contexts. By addressing the gaps in the land inventory approach, it aims to contribute to more inclusive and sustainable land governance practices, fostering social justice and economic development in the region.