The Digital Landscape: Technology and Land Rights

600 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
On February 11, join USAID, Cadasta Foundation, Geospatial Media, and Thomson Reuters for an exciting discussion on the intersection of technology and land rights. This event is free and open to the public.

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8:30 AM EST Networking and refreshments for in-person attendees
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM EST Panel Discussion

Bhanu Rekha, Geospatial Media

Ioana Bouvier, USAID
Frank Pichel, Cadasta Foundation
Lisa Kay Lewis, Thomson Reuters

Innovative tools and emerging technologies in the land sector offer new potential to improve the lives of women and men around the world. Rapid developments in technology are making it possible to solve development challenges in ways that seemed impossible just a few short years ago. Tools—such as smartphone apps that help people map and certify land; an open-source database that connects farmers, pastoralists and scientists across the globe; and participatory mapping programs that help clarify and secure tenure in customary settings—are making it easier for governments and local communities to efficiently manage land and resources and for individuals to understand and exercise their property rights.

Learn some of the keys for success in ensuring that technology solutions are context-appropriate, flexible, effective and sustainable. And find out from our expert panel what exciting possibilities lay ahead for technology in the land sector.