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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

PROPERTY and Business Formalisation programme commonly known as MKURABITA will today hold a one-day workshop in Dar es Salaam that will discuss the Land Registration pilot project implemented in Handeni district.

According to a press release issued yesterday, the workshop to be attended by about 45 participants from various ministries, local government authorities and NGOs will enable participants to share experiences and hear about the lessons learnt in implementing the project.

Initiated in September last year, the Handeni project was aimed at testing a few innovations on land use planning and registration as well as gaining experience on the implementation of Village Land Act of 1999.

The project covered seven villages in the district -- Kweisasu, Mbuyuni, Sindeni, Bongi, Mzeri, Kwamkono and Nkale.

MKURABITA has been initiated by the government to facilitate legalisation and formalisation of property and business entities in the informal sector of the economy. The programme also intends to develop capital formation initiatives that are tailored to the circumstances of the economically disadvantaged majority in the country.

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