Data should include maps of lands with parcel layer and display parcel boundaries in addition to a land registry with information on transactions of parcels of land. The assessment criteria were developed in collaboration with Cadasta Foundation. For more information on land ownership datasets and where they're located, see Cadasta Foundation's Data Overview](http://cadasta.org/open-data/overview-of-property-rights-data/).
|Available free of charge||No|
|In an open and machine-readable format|
|Collected by government||Yes|
|characteristics||None of the above|
|Collector name||I’m unable to identify an agency with the mandate to document cadastres or to manage land titles.||Many types of agents are involved in the implementation of land policies. Some agents are formally mandated to implement the policies because of their expertise (mining surveyors by the Ministry of Mines, forest surveyors for Ministry of Forests); other agents play the limited role of applying speci c tools (con- ict resolution with a penal, fiscal or social dimension). Another category of agents is indispensable due to absence or ine ciency of the state in certain areas: these are neo-customary agents, informal surveyors, etc.). In some cases, the agents involved change according to the level of decentralization in the country while others change due to land challenges. The USAID report does not identify leading agencies for Central African Republic. https://landportal.org/library/resources/land-policy-africa-central-africa-regional-assessment|