Adam Smith International | Land Portal
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Adam Smith International was founded in 1992 in response to the growing international interest in practical advice on economic and government reform. They are now a leading independent governance and economic consultancy. They are based in London, Delhi and Nairobi and have project offices throughout the world.

Their aim is to apply their professional and consulting skills, independence and rigour in the fight against poverty and for economic growth for the citizens of countries facing the need for good governance, economic and social change. They work throughout South Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean, South East Asia and East Europe. They provide high quality governance and economic thinking underpinned by practical support for ministers, officials and citizens at all levels. 

They have an international reputation for providing authoritative technical expertise and for being pragmatic and committed to getting things done, often in the most difficult circumstances. They have a long-established reputation and extensive experience of delivering development projects that work, and contribute to sustainable outcomes.

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The programme focuses on improving the Land, Tax and Investment promotion systems in selected states of Nigeria. GEMS3 adopts a M4P approach to land markets, piloting interventions which improve the inclusiveness of the land market (e.g. land titling in selected states, regulatory assessments to ensure more effective implementation of the land act).

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The objective of the project is to develop an open source enterprise software application that supports core cadastre and registration functions. The project will provide support for the customization of the initial SOLA software and its implementation in Nigeria.
The project will establish an open source community of users and developers around the SOLA software and improve sustainability, efficiency and transparency.

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