World Bank says land titling project failures caused “grave harm”

The World Bank said Wednesday that a land titling programme it funded in Cambodia has failed thousands of people living in central Phnom Penh. The bank’s mea culpa follows the government’s forced eviction of thousands of people from the area around Boeung Kak lake in the capital over the past two years. The bank said the evictions had caused ‘grave harm’ to residents. To read the rest of the article from Monsters & Critics, click here.

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