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Acronym: 
ILMI
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Phone number: 
+264-61-207-2483

Location

13 Jackson Kaujeua Str C3Q8+J8 Windhoek Windhoek , Khomas
Namibia
Khomas NA
Working languages: 
English

The Integrated Land Management Institute is a centre of the Faculty of Natural Resources and Spatial Sciences (FNRSS) at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) committed to develop reputable and multidisciplinary research and public outreach activities in the field of land, administration, property, architecture and spatial planning.


It was originally established 2006 and conceived as an arm of the Department of Land Management in order to undertake applied research, consulting services, and training courses.


As from 2015,  activities at ILMI will be guided by the Land, Livelihoods and Housing programme, while remaining open to new collaborative research, training, and outreach activities.


ILMI has a space at the Department of Land and Property Sciences (DLPS) and most events currently take place at the Seminar Room of the Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning (DASP). Smaller events and meetings take place at the CLPS House.


The Department of Land and Property Sciences (DLPS) has recently been recognised by the African Union (AU) through the Land Policy Institute (LPI) as a Centre for Excellence in Land Governance for Africa (NUST - NELGA Hub).

Integrated Land Management Institute Resources

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Library Resource
December, 2018

A lot of aspects are commonly subsumed under the concept land reform. These range from redistribution to tenure and agrarian reform. What do these different concepts mean? Agrarian reform: this is the broadest term and refers to attempts to change the agrarian structure of a country. It typically includes land reform, tenure, the reform of agricultural support systems and the reform of the credit system.

Library Resource
Reports & Research
August, 2018

include a trajectory of Namibia’s socio-spatial development for the reader to engage with my work. The term ‘socio-spatial’ is to stress the spatial dimension within social processes. To have simply left the term ‘spatial’ would have missed the point of spatial production as a social process. In other words, space per se is not what is at stake here, but rather the dialectic relationship of how space is produced and at the same time it transforms those who inhabit it. Therefore, what I would like to encompass is not merely town planning schemes, houses, or public spaces, but also spatial so

Library Resource
Reports & Research
August, 2018
Namibia

Small-scale farmers in north-central Namibia face numerous challenges, ranging from low crop yields, high rainfall variability and land degradation which is threatening the long-term productivity of the land, to social changes that are reducing the work force available for farming. This paper aims to assess existing land use practices (LUPs) and to determine their relationship to ecosystem services (ES). As agriculture (crop and livestock farming) is the dominant land use in northern Namibia, it is the main driver influencing environmental services and will be in the focus here. We suggest

Library Resource
August, 2018
Namibia

This document outlines some pertinent questions regarding urbanization in Namibia, provides central policy recommendations and identifies relevant research gaps to guide the policy debate on urban land reform as part of the 2nd National Land Conference scheduled for 1-5 October 2018.

Library Resource
May, 2018

The current paper derives from work conducted in the context of the Revision of the Mass Housing Development

Programme (MHDP) that the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development (MURD) commissioned to the Integrated

Land Management Institute (ILMI) at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). The paper contains

only publicly-available information and was prepared for public dissemination of issues related to the work

undertaken for the Ministry in the context of this project. More information about this project can be found on

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