One Map Technical Assistance

Project details

Country

Indonesia

Client

World Bank

Project Timeframe

February 2017 - February 2018

Key Services

Governance, Policy & Institutional Strengthening

Land Systems

Survey, Mapping & Spatial Planning

Support to Indonesia's One Map Policy through implementation and strengthening of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure for establishing clarity around land use and administrative boundaries at the village level.

Project Narrative

LEI successfully secured the Technical Assistance and Capacity Development for the Program Preparation to Operationalize and Accelerate the One Map Policy (One Map TA project). This project was 12-months in duration and sought to support One Map Policy (OMP) implementation and strengthen the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) through the early completion of OMP coverage across all of Indonesia.

Key services provided

The One Map TA project supported the Government of Indonesia to:

  • define procedures and guidelines for OMP implementation
  • enhance access to geospatial data and services
  • compile data on existing concessions and licences
  • verify data on state lands and integrate state land data into the overall land administration system
  • produce fit-for-purpose geospatial data especially in support of improved land management and governance, including the protection of natural resources
  • facilitate participatory community mapping and the incorporation of this mapping into OMP
  • pilot OMP implementation processes, and
  • implement appropriate project management and monitoring for OMP.

Project outputs included:

  1. An analysis of the regulatory system, standards, formats and data sharing policies for the One Map framework and NSDI framework
  2. An analysis of the state/communal/other land designation and registration system
  3. An analysis of participatory village land use mapping methodologies
  4. Preparation of the OMP Operationalisation and Acceleration investment lending operation, and
  5. Capacity building among government agencies to implement the OMP.
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