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Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (Dari)

Informal settlements shelter about 80 percent of Kabul's population (2.44 million people), cover 69 percent of the city's residential land, and represent a fixed private capital investment of US$2.5 billion (not including land value). ... See More +

Policy Note 37084 DEC 01, 2005

English, Pashto Disclosed

What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (Pashto)

The nature of land disputes and conflicts in Kabul points to a series of required interventions. At the formal level the Special Land Disputes Court has been the primary way that disputes of ownership, particularly relating to formal lands, have been resolved. ... See More +

Policy Note 37086 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari

What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (Dari)

The nature of land disputes and conflicts in Kabul points to a series of required interventions. At the formal level the Special Land Disputes Court has been the primary way that disputes of ownership, particularly relating to formal lands, have been resolved. ... See More +

Policy Note 37086 DEC 01, 2005

English, Pashto

Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (English)

Kabul has grown at a rate of approximately 15 percent year since 1999 and its projected growth is 5 percent (2 percent migrants and 3 percent natural growth), representing 150,000 new people per year (including 30,000 migrants). ... See More +

Policy Note 37085 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari

Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (Pashto)

The majority of Kabul's new migrants are informally housed. While this has prevented an even larger crisis of homelessness, informal development has led to legal and regulatory violations, including violations of property rights and rights of way, and has left insufficient space for infrastructure and social facilities. ... See More +

Policy Note 37083 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari Disclosed

Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (Dari)

This note presents policy recommendations on mechanisms to address land tenure and land dispute resolutions in urban Afghanistan. Given the magnitude of Kabul's informal settlements, community? ... See More +

Policy Note 37088 DEC 01, 2005

English, Pashto

Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (English)

Informal settlements shelter about 80 percent of Kabul's population (2.44 million people), cover 69 percent of the city's residential land, and represent a fixed private capital investment of US$2.5 billion (not including land value). ... See More +

Policy Note 37084 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari Disclosed

Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (English)

The majority of Kabul's new migrants are informally housed. While this has prevented an even larger crisis of homelessness, informal development has led to legal and regulatory violations, including violations of property rights and rights of way, and has left insufficient space for infrastructure and social facilities. ... See More +

Policy Note 37083 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari Disclosed

Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (Dari)

The majority of Kabul's new migrants are informally housed. While this has prevented an even larger crisis of homelessness, informal development has led to legal and regulatory violations, including violations of property rights and rights of way, and has left insufficient space for infrastructure and social facilities. ... See More +

Policy Note 37083 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, English Disclosed

Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (Pashto)

Land disputes in Kabul vary according to the type and location of property (formal or informal) and the corresponding documentation of title (legal or customary). ... See More +

Policy Note 37087 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari

Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (Dari)

Land disputes in Kabul vary according to the type and location of property (formal or informal) and the corresponding documentation of title (legal or customary). ... See More +

Policy Note 37087 DEC 01, 2005

English, Pashto

Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (English)

Land disputes in Kabul vary according to the type and location of property (formal or informal) and the corresponding documentation of title (legal or customary). ... See More +

Policy Note 37087 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari

Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (Dari)

Kabul has grown at a rate of approximately 15 percent year since 1999 and its projected growth is 5 percent (2 percent migrants and 3 percent natural growth), representing 150,000 new people per year (including 30,000 migrants). ... See More +

Policy Note 37085 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, English

Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (English)

This note presents policy recommendations on mechanisms to address land tenure and land dispute resolutions in urban Afghanistan. Given the magnitude of Kabul's informal settlements, community? ... See More +

Policy Note 37088 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari

What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (English)

The nature of land disputes and conflicts in Kabul points to a series of required interventions. At the formal level the Special Land Disputes Court has been the primary way that disputes of ownership, particularly relating to formal lands, have been resolved. ... See More +

Policy Note 37086 DEC 01, 2005

Pashto, Dari

Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (Pashto)

Kabul has grown at a rate of approximately 15 percent year since 1999 and its projected growth is 5 percent (2 percent migrants and 3 percent natural growth), representing 150,000 new people per year (including 30,000 migrants). ... See More +

Policy Note 37085 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari

Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (Pashto)

Informal settlements shelter about 80 percent of Kabul's population (2.44 million people), cover 69 percent of the city's residential land, and represent a fixed private capital investment of US$2.5 billion (not including land value). ... See More +

Policy Note 37084 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari Disclosed

Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (Pashto)

This note presents policy recommendations on mechanisms to address land tenure and land dispute resolutions in urban Afghanistan. Given the magnitude of Kabul's informal settlements, community? ... See More +

Policy Note 37088 DEC 01, 2005

English, Dari

Title Document Date Report No. Document Type Also available in
Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37084 Policy Note English, Pashto
What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37086 Policy Note English, Dari
What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37086 Policy Note English, Pashto
Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37085 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37083 Policy Note English, Dari
Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37088 Policy Note English, Pashto
Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37084 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37083 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
Kabul urban land crisis : a summary of issues and recommendations (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37083 Policy Note Pashto, English
Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37087 Policy Note English, Dari
Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37087 Policy Note English, Pashto
Will formal documents of title and the courts resolve all land disputes? (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37087 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (Dari)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37085 Policy Note Pashto, English
Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37088 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
What are the sources of conflict in urban land tenure? (English)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37086 Policy Note Pashto, Dari
Should Kabul grow by expanding to a new town or by building up its existing suburbs? (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37085 Policy Note English, Dari
Why and how should Kabul upgrade its informal settlements? (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37084 Policy Note English, Dari
Conflicts over property rights and resolution of disputes in Kabul : conclusions (Pashto)
See More +
DEC 01, 2005 37088 Policy Note English, Dari