Monrovia, October 29, 2019: One-day workshop to implement the Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project (ILAMP) in Liberia held
Senior Management of the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) and Lantmäteriet, the Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registration Authority on October 24th, 2019, held a one-day workshop to plan for the implementation of the SIDA-funded Capacity Building for Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project in Liberia (ILAMP).
The one-day workshop which was held in Monrovia at Cape Hotel in Mamba Point, focused on prioritizing key future actions that will be undertaken by the LLA including assessing the organizational structure and the institutional arrangements, determining the s essential needs of the LLA, and defining roles and responsibilities of LLA’s staff
The core values, vision, mission and goals as embodied in the five-year strategic plan (2018 – 2023), departmental roles and responsibilities, land tenure security, deeds registration and land administration, including current status of the LLA, among others were discussed.
The event also witnessed expert presentation from the Gender Unit of the LLA on its (Gender Unit) designed integrated gender strategies.
Lantmäteriet, is a Swedish Governmental agency selected by the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) to implement the five-year Capacity Building for Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project in collaboration with the Liberia Land Authority (LLA).
Lantmäteriet’s mission is to give support for creating an efficient and sustainable use of Sweden’s real properties, land and water.
The organization has three main activities, which also form the organization structure: Cadastral services, Geodata and Land registration. Lantmäteriet has an approximated total of two thousands one hundred and fifty (2,150) staff and has established fifty (50) offices in Sweden.
During the one-day event, the LLA Chairman Designate, Atty. J. Adams Manobah, Sr. encouraged senior management of the LLA to work collectively with the team from Sweden for the smooth implementation of the project in Liberia.
Furthermore, the one-day event helped to clarify roles and responsibilities within the LLA with key focus on:
• ToR, role descriptions at the higher management level • Communicating roles and responsibilities • Breakdown of the 5-year Strategic plan • Annual plan • Communicate to staff for understanding and acceptance • Manage and follow up and support from Internal Audit, and • Management Training for Executive and mid-level
The one-day event also paved way for the official launch of the Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project (ILAMP) in Liberia, which was held on Friday, October 25, 2019.
Reported By: Emmanuel Chedeh Davis
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