The module 4 Corresponds to impacts on beneficiary households where LAPs seek security and legal certainty about land ownership.

Module 4: Household Livelihoods

Impacts of LAPs on SLs of households

The actions of LAPs through RCT processes can affect the increase in household resilience. For the purposes of LAP evaluation, this tool starts by focusing on sustainable livelihoods (SLs) in which households are considered units consisting of various capitals (social, financial, physical, human and natural) which influence their strategies, but are at the same time influenced by external aspects that constantly modify their actions (see SLs in The proposed methodology).

As regards land, livelihoods can be improved by the effects and impacts of the consolidation of a decentralized, efficient, transparent LAS, by regularization, clearing or titling (RCT) processes, a reduction in transaction costs, strengthened municipal systems and the implementation of dispute resolution systems.

Source: adaptation of the P Chamber and DIFID scheme

The increase in security and legal certainty through regularization, clearing or titling (RCT) processes can therefore have various positive impacts on sustainable livelihoods of households and their wellbeing.

The effects of LAPs on the various household capitals

See assumptions for the assessment of the LAP in the household to know how to generate appropriate indicators.