A team of six land administration experts from countries across the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) have started working with Moldova on a country profile project. The team, which includes myself, are visiting Moldova between 4 and 12 August 2013.
We’re visiting stakeholders from a range of Moldovan political, government and other stakeholder groups involved in the management of real estate, to gain an in-depth understanding of the market in order to prepare a report back on Housing and Land Management and the government of Moldova.
The UNECE country profiles on housing and land management are the flagship activity of The Committee on Housing and Land Management. Regular reviews of the methodology for preparation of the country profiles are conducted by the Committee to reflect the social, economic and political changes in housing and land management in the 56 countries which make up the UNECE region.
Moldova has requested the help of the UNECE to build a country profile and make recommendations for improvements to its land administration policies.
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