Geographic Information System (GIS)

A GIS is an organized, spatially referenced information tool. It incorporates a set of techniques and methods relating to data acquisition, such as: a) obtaining and coding; b) organization: data processing and database; c) analysis: rationale and models (Placeholder).


Defining governance as the process of making decisions and the way they are implemented specifically by governments in the management of social, economic and spatial resources.

Good governance is understood to mean political stability, transparency, efficiency and effectiveness of LAI, harmony and commitments by State powers to approve legal and institutional reforms and to encourage citizen participation. Support from judicial and prejudicial mechanisms is required to resolve property disputes effectively.