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This monitoring and evaluation tool for LAP (M&E-LAP) was developed based on the design, implementation and evaluation experience of experts at the Investment Centre Division of FAO (TCI) and at the World Bank. External consultants specializing in the issues of land ownership and M&E also took part, along with members of Project Coordinating Units (PCU) and various national Land administration institutions (LAI).

General presentation of the tool

This tool came into being, after more than twenty years of Land Administration Programmes (LAP), being implemented, in response to two key needs. The first arose within the teams responsible for implementing LAPs and corresponds to the need to exchange knowledge and working methods as regards systems [..]

Structure of the tool

The main part of the M&E-LAP tool (corresponding to the blue column in the figure) consists of 3 modules, and these correspond to the main levels of intervention of LAPs (modules 2, 3 y 4). The tool also has two cross modules (module 1 y and 5) corresponding to the proposed methodology of the guide and the Fiscal, Financial and Economic Analysis.