Coalitions for Change: Expediting Philippine Government Land Titling
Aid, Australian | February 2017
Many Philippine national agencies and local governments continue to occupy untitled land. These include among others, city and municipal halls, public schools, state universities and colleges, halls of justice, police stations, post offices, public hospitals and health centers, and public parks and plazas. These government facilities are at risk to displacement should there be usurpation or claims of ownership for the lands occupied. The Philippine government issued a policy to facilitate the titling of these government occupied parcels in June 2016 to address this. This story traces how Coalitions for Change (CfC) worked with government partners to develop and implement innovative strategies to introduce this transformational land reform.
CitationAid, Australian. 2017. Coalitions for Change: Expediting Philippine Government Land Titling. © The Asia Foundation. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6912.
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