This report documents the experiences of piloting the STDM in Saint Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines (St. Vincent). The member states of the OECS have a number of land tenure types, including customary tenures (called variously family land, minors’ property, and occupation by indigenous groups) and informal land settlements (squatting and longstanding, unregistered occupation).
Due to limitations, only two different tenure types and two different locations were used for the pilot project. Family land and squatting tenure were recorded, and rural and periurban locations were selected. Regarding squatting, the selected areas were La Panse in Saint Lucia, and Pole Yard and Point Village in St. Vincent. For family lands communities, the selected areas were Praslin in Saint Lucia, and Layou and La Croix in St. Vincent
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