The Land Management Information System (ILMIS) will improve land security and result in drastic changes for local staff, clients and all stakeholders. The lack of relevant information creates a vacuum generating confusion and misconceptions, leading to general mistrust and contributing to disputes and encourages unethical behaviour and fraud. In summary, people do not trust the current manual land information administration system.
The new efficient and reliable land information system established by the project will:
1. Increase land tenure security.
2. Provide affordable, secure and reliable land administration services to the customers.
3. Reduce the time required to check, update and transfer land.
4. Prevent encroachment on wetlands, forests, road reserves and other public land.
5. Improve stewardship of land and natural resources.
6. Help to reduce corruption associated with checks, registration and transfer of titles.