Kampala International University. Topic: Land Administration/ Control And Disputes Settlement In Uganda A Case Study: Ibanda District.

Abstract

Coni1icts have always been around and many countries today are still in conflict, many are recovering and no doubt conflicts will continue to exist.nThis study seeks to highlight the following:

• Land administration and control

• The Causes of land related coni1icts and

• The key features and problems faced during and after conflicts

• Suggesting guidelines for these resolving these guidelines

A substantial amount of this research focused on the technical areas of conflict management.

Suggestions as to their needs are identified as one of the elements in the peace process and in implementing land administration and conflict management systems. Further to this, publications and research papers will be reviewed and low cost technology for establishing geodetic networks and cadastral systems will be identified.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARArJON ............................................................................................................................ 2

APPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... 3

DEDICATION ................................................................................................................................ 4

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .............................................................................................................. 5

LIST OF '!'ABLES ........................................................................................................................ I 0

LIST OF FIGURES ...................................................................................................................... II

Figure I: Conceptual framework ......................................................................................... I I

LIST OF ACRONYMS ................................................................................................................ 12

Abstract ......................................................................................................................................... 13

CHAPTER 0 NE ........................................................................................................................... 14

INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................ 14

BACKGROUND OF RESEARCH .............................................................................................. 14

1.1.1 Geography OF !BANDA DISTRICT. ............................................................................. 14

PROBLEM STATEMENT ........................................................................................................... l6

1.3 Purpose of the Study ............................................................................................................... 16

1.4 Objectives of the Study ........................................................................................................... 16

1.5 Research Questions ................................................................................................................. 17

1.6 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY ........................................................................................ 17

I. 7 Study scope ............................................................................................................................. 17

1.7.1 Geographical scope .............................................................................................................. 17

CHAPTER TWO .......................................................................................................................... 19

LITERATURE REVIEW ............................................................................................................ I 9

2.1 Land Conl1icts ......................................................................................................................... 19

Changing nature of conl1icts ......................................................................................................... 19

2.2 LAND, AND LAND RIGHTS ............................................................................................. 20

2.2.2 Land records ...............................................................21

2.2.3 Land Conl1ict Management issues ........................................................... 21

2.2.4 Causes ol' Conflict ........................................................ 22

2.2.5 Problems following Conl1ict ......................................22

2.3 LAND AND ADMINISTRATION ........................................................5

2.4 Laws applicable to land Administration: .........................................................28

2.4.1 The constitution ofUganda ....................................................28

2.4.2 The Uganda national land policy ..............................................................28

2.5 Land management institutions in Uganda ..............................................................29

Area land committee( District) .............................................................30

2.6 LAND AND CONFLICT ............................................................. 30

CHAPTER THREE ...................................................................31

METHODOLOGY ................................................................ 33

3.0. Introduction ............................................................. 33

3.1. Research design ................................................................34

3 .2. Study population .............................................................34

3.3. Sampling design and procedure .........................................................34

3.3.1. Sampling method ..............................................................34

3.3 .2. Sample size ....................................................................34

3.4. Data sources .................................................................35

3.4.1. Primary data ................................................................35

3.4.2. Secondary data ................................................................35

3.5. Data collection methods and instruments ........................................................... 35

3.5.1. Data collection instruments ............................................................35

3.5. Data processing, analyzing and presentation ...............................................................35

3.5.1. Data processing .................................................................35

3.5.2. Data analysis .............................................................. 36

3.5.3. Data presentation ...............................................................36

3.5.4 Limitations of the study .................................................................36

3.5.3. The budge...........................................36

CHAPTER 4: ............................................................ 37

PRESENTATION, DATA ANALYSIS, INTERPRETATION AND DISCUSION OF

FINDINGS ...............................................................37

4.0 INTRODUCTION ...............................................................37

4.1 FINDINGS ON RESPONDENTS' BIODATA ...................................................................... 38

4.1.1 Findings on gender of respondents ...............................................................38

4.1.2 Findings on age bracket of respondents ................................................................38

4.1.3 Findings on highest level of education of respondents ....................................................... 39

4.1.4 Findings on how long the respondent has stayed or owned land in !banda district... .......... 40

4.1.5 Findings on Marital status of the respondent. ................................................................ 40

4.2 FINDINGS ON OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: To examine the state of Land administration

in Uganda ..................................................................41

4.2. J Findings on Whether There is a land administrative committe in !banda district.. ............ 4 J

4.2.2 Findings on Whether the respondent knows where the district land administrative

committee is located .................................................................42

4.2.3 Findings on Whether The district land Administrative committee is effective in handling

land issues .............................................................. 43

4.2.4 Findings on Whether The district land Administrative committee is effective in handling

land issues ............................................................44

4.2.5 Findings on Whether The District land Administrative committe has regional offices that

people in distant areas can easily reach out to ..................................................................45

4.2.6 Findings on Whether There is asub county land administration board in my area .............. 46

4.2.7 Findings on: Whether the respondent knows where subcounty land Administrative board

is located ..............................................................46

4.2.8 Findings on : Whether The subcounty land Administrative board is effective in handling

land issues in my subcounty .................................................................47

4.3 .I Findings on : Whether The district of !banda and its respective land boards has strict

laws governing land disputes ..................................................................48

4.3 .2 Findings on Whether the Land laws are used in settling disputes of land between

individuals and groups in !banda District. ..................................................................49

4.3.3 Findings on Whether The land laws are effective in settling land disputes in !banda district.

............................50

4.3.4 Findings on Whether There are many land disputes in !banda district that stand unsettled .

....................51

4.3.5 Findings on Whether There are strict penalties for Land owners that try to evict land

tenants without reasonable notice in !banda district. .................................................................... 52

4.4 FINDINGS ON OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE: To establish the relationship between

Land Administration and Land disputes settlement... ................................................................... 52

4.4. I Findings on Whether the respondent believes that Land Administration is strongly related

to Land disputes settlement. .................................................................52

4.4 .2 Correlation ................................................................53

CHAPTER 5: SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ......................... 54

5. 0 lntroduction .............................................................54

5. I . Summary of findings .................................................................55

5. I. I Summary of Land administration .................................................................55

5. I .2 Summary of Land Disputes settlement.. .................................................................55

5.1 .3 Summary of the relationship between Land administration and disputes settlement. ......... 55

5.2 Conclusions .................................................................55

5.2.2 Conclusion on objective number two: To assess the Land Disputes settlement.. ................ 56

5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS ..................................................................56

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References .................................................................56

APPENDICES ................................................................ 57

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Research, SSA "Kampala International University. Topic: Land Administration/ Control And Disputes Settlement In Uganda A Case Study: Ibanda District." Afribary. Afribary, 04 Sep. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/kampala-international-university-topic-land-administration-control-and-disputes-settlement-in-uganda-a-case-study-ibanda-district. Accessed 27 May. 2024.

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Research, SSA . "Kampala International University. Topic: Land Administration/ Control And Disputes Settlement In Uganda A Case Study: Ibanda District." Afribary (2022). Accessed May 27, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/kampala-international-university-topic-land-administration-control-and-disputes-settlement-in-uganda-a-case-study-ibanda-district

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