Impact Evaluation of Rwanda’s Land Tenure Regularisation Programme
1 March 2019
Mokoro Principal Consultant Stephen Turner visited Kigali on 1st March to present findings from the Impact Evaluation of the Land Tenure Regularisation Programme. The programme is a central pillar of Rwanda’s land reform policy and was designed to improve tenure security which would foster sustainable agricultural growth, economic growth and poverty reduction. Members of the Rwandan government were present at this workshop event hosted by DFID, which marked the the official closure of Land Tenure Regularisation Programme after nine years of implementation. The evaluation, which Mokoro has carried out in partnership with Oxford Policy Management, is coming to a close this month.
Stephen led the assignment and was joined on the core team by Mokoro colleagues Chris Tanner and Jim Grabham. Jim will be in attendance at the World Bank’s 20th Annual Conference on Land and Poverty in March to present the findings from this impact evaluation on the panel; ‘Evaluating impacts of land tenure interventions’. The panel will take place in session 01-05 on Tuesday 26th March.