Innovations in Demand-Driven Property Registration | Land Portal
Organizers: 
New America

Since 1999, New America has nurtured a new generation of policy experts and public intellectuals. Today we are a community of innovative problem-solvers, combining our core expertise in researching, reporting and analysis with new areas of coding, data science, and human-centered design to experiment and innovate nationally and globally. We prize our intellectual and ideological independence and our diversity, seeking to do our best work and to reflect the America we are becoming.

 

Our Work

 

Suyo is a public benefit corporation that unlocks the transformational impact of secure property rights by making it easier and more affordable for low-income families to formalize their property. Empowered with formal recognition of their property rights, low-income families have access to numerous benefits that help lift them out of poverty, such as credit, home ownership security and the ability to transfer rights.

Language of the event: 
English

Approximately 1 billion people globally have insecure rights to their land and homes, leaving them vulnerable to conflict, hunger, poverty, and gender-based violence. A major contributor to property insecurity is that a quarter of the world’s population lacks formal property documents.

But despite the proven benefits of land and housing documentation, governments across much of the world have failed to provide this service. 

Over the last decade, non-governmental actors, namely private social enterprises and non-profits, have emerged to alleviate this bottleneck and deliver land registration efficiently. But scaling these services一and making them affordable for low-income customers一is not easy.

Please join the Future of Land and Housing Program and Suyo, a social enterprise that provides tech-enabled land rights services to low-income households in Colombia, for an online event to discuss: How can organizations remove the barriers to scaling fee-based, demand-driven property registration, and how can they build innovative financing models that make this service accessible for low-income customers? 

 

January 19,  2022
10:00am–11:15am EST

 

Speakers:

 

Matt Alexander, Co-Founder, Suyo

Mustapha Issa, Executive Director, LTA NGO

 

Anthony Piaskowy, Senior Director, Cadasta

Joseph Okyere, Ghana Managing Director, Meridia

 

Natali Buitrago, Project Manager Suyo

 

Yuliya Panfil, Director, Future of Land and Housing Program, New America (moderator)

 

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