Investor Survey on Land Rights

    Investor Survey on Land Rights    

Dear colleague,

We invite you to participate in the first biennial Investor Survey on Land Rights. The survey will track investor and operator perceptions and practices related to land tenure and property rights in land-based investments. The survey is being conducted by Indufor North America, managed by the Cloudburst Group, and initiated by USAID. The European Investment Bank is pleased to endorse this initiative.

Please share your experience by completing our initial 10-minute survey by Nov 15, 2017. We will follow up with a more in-depth survey for respondents with active or recent investments in land. In return for your participation, we will send you a final report summarizing findings, giving you unique insights into the state of land tenure risks in the private sector by sector and geography.

To access this survey, please click here or copy and paste the URL into your internet browser:

You will be automatically directed to the survey page. Your individual responses are confidential and used solely for this project. The final report will report data in an aggregate form, with all identifiable information removed. The dataset will not be shared with the public.

Organizations can choose to have their names featured in the report if they wish. An opportunity to publish a case study in the report will also be available.

This survey is designed for use on a laptop or desktop computer. We do not recommend using a hand-held device. You do not need to finish the survey at one time; you can save your responses, exit, and finish the survey later using the same link.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]. If you are not the right person to answer this survey, please forward this email or let us know the appropriate person in your organization who can answer the survey. Thank you in advance for your participation!


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