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Under the umbrella of the Arab Land Initiative, in partnership with the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), UNHabitat and the Urban Training and Studies Institute (UTI) conducted an assessment of the land sector capacities in the region, reviewing the countries’ capacities to deliver good land governance through joint action by land institutions and stakeholders. This paper presents the results of the assessment done in Oman.

This report is timely, innovative, and the results of the assessment of land management and
administration in Oman are important for evidence-based policies and actions. The results of the land
management and administration assessment can support Oman efforts to comply with its international
commitments under SDG11 and the New Urban Agenda (NUA), launched in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

You can download the background paper, here below :