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March 5, 2015

Rwanda Launches the First-Ever Land-Use Portal in Africa

Redlands, Calif,  March 5, 2015—Thanks to a new website called the National Land Use Planning Portal (NLUPP), Rwandans connected to the Internet now have easy access to land-use plans and other spatial data on the web, decreasing the time it takes to find such maps and documents. Built on Esri's ArcGIS platform by the Rwanda Natural Resources