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is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

is a not-for-profit and nongovernmental policy and research organization established in 2003 to conduct research, develop policy recommendations, and implement activities in the field of the rural development.

Rural Development Fund

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Project coordinator Akmatova Kuluipa and local expert from Talas oblast Kurmanbaev Akylbek participated in the Global Alliance for protection of the sacred snow leopard population in Mongolia

Italian freelance photographer Marco Palombi, has met the activist of the KEAK pastoral network for conversation and short reportage for won website.

Social programs coordinator Kuluipa Akmatova took part in the international conference "Mountains of the future" in China

Meeting of the Climate Network of Kyrgyzstan

Completion of Right to Food project

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Land Resources Governance

All developing countries recognize importance of management and legal provisions as some of the most important prerequisites of successful social and economic development. However, in view of uniqueness of institutional mechanisms in each particular country, there are no universal guidelines for land governance assessment. Therefore, the World Bank experts and partners developed integrated toolkit for land governance assessment.

 

The Land Equity International (Australia) conducted this survey globally. Four countries (Peru, Kyrgyzstan, Tanzania and Indonesia) were selected for participation in the survey and testing the toolkit for land governance assessment. Main criteria for selecting these countries were availability of various categories of land resources and forms of management, including official and traditional forms of management.

 

In Kyrgyzstan, RDF experts did the survey and tested the toolkit. Following approaches were focused on testing this methodology:

Expert Analysis. Expert analysis was focused on the key criteria of legislation and institutes involved into management of land resources, according to the land governance assessment guidelines. The group of experts met with representatives of relevant organizations, ministries and institutes; gathered necessary statistics and reports from corresponding institutes. After that, it thoroughly analyzed all of the inputs and ranked various dimensions of the survey.

Panel of Experts. To gather direct perceptions and experiences about the reality of land administration and corresponding institutional functionality, non-homogenous expert groups ranked dimensions of the survey in the course of discussion. Panels of experts consisted of legal experts specialized in land law, representatives of institutes involved into land administration, researchers, representatives of NGO's, local self-governments, judicial and tax authorities, as well as land users. Five different panels were separately organized to study following topics:

- Legal provisions and their implementation

- Land use planning, use and taxation of land resources

- Management and disposal of state land

- Conflict resolution

- Provisions on information about management and use of land resources.

 

Field Sampling. This survey aimed to gather quantitative data with a view to improve efficiency of analysis of a series of important dimensions of land governance. Field sampling was organized in Kichi-Keminsky Ayil-Okmotu and five largest cities of the country:

- Bishkek

- Osh

- Jalalabat

- Karakol

- Tokmok

 

Household survey of land governance. This survey aimed to gather information required for the global land governance survey. The objective of this survey was to assess awareness of actual and potential land users in land registration.

The survey covered three separate localities with different land registration offices (LRO's). Localities were selected by types: village, suburbia and city. Therefore, following settlements were selected: the city of Bishkek; Lebedinovka village, Alamudunsky District, Chui Oblast; Luxemburg village, Yssykatinsky District, Chui oblasts.

 

30-50 respondents were interviewed in each settlement:

Location

Number of respondents

Bishkek city

39

Lebedinovka village

43

Luxemburg (village)

45

Total

127

 

Rural Development Fund

143, Isanova Street, Office 1

Bishkek, 720033, Kyrgyz Republic

Mob. phone: +996 (770)330106 

Email: general@rdf.in.kg

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