Many perspectives have been shared; Having title deeds, registering and having some form of certification or document/s.
These are perfect and in someway they have addressed conflicts, improved tenure security, facilitated more organized and land use systems. facts are replete examples and one success story is the Tanzania CCRO.
But, I have a perspective that while these are happening, many spaces have been opened for others and the land use patterns have thus changed in many fronts. I see that even though the tenure is secure under the new developments, communities have become more susceptible to legal land grabs. The large scale investments have changed the look of communal land and therefore what we see as secure tenure is a change of tenure regime which is now more private than communal.