The Ministry of Urban Development and Land – MUDL, since the beginning of the State Land Bank, has surveyed 110,203 jeribs (22,040 hectors) of state-owned land and public properties under state institutions use in eastern province of Afghanistan. The surveyed land – situated in different parts of the province – is divided into 96 portions of which; 3,576 jeribs (715 hectors) is under state institutions use and rest of 106,627 jeribs (21,325 hectors) is yet to be used. The bank works under the Land Management Law – with the framework of articles 10 and 11 – to digitalize registration of state-owned land and public properties under state institutions use and as well to attract foreign investment, providing transparent services, creating appropriate framework for implementing of national land policy and master plans, raising national revenues, jobs finding and providing better livelihoods for Afghans in the country.


The purpose of the Strategic Institutional Development Programme for Land Administration (IDPL) is to contribute to the development of an effective Land Administration in Afghanistan adapting the relevant .....Read More


Insecurity and conflicts in remote areas forced masses of people in Afghanistan to leave their homes and settle down in cities. The displaced .....Read More


Land and other properties in Afghanistan has not been systematically priced so far. This situation has put people, government and the private .....Read More

State Guaranteed Title Deeds

State Guaranteed Title Deeds is another significant initiative of Afghanistan Land Authority - ARAZI. The intention of the program is to eliminate corr .....Read More

State Land Bank

This program is came into exist to collect authentic information and mapping of state-owned land and land under control of state, registration .....Read More


Project Preparation Grant (PPG) a technical assistance project that has been funded by the World Bank to form Afghanistan Land Authority – ARAZI. ARAZI is working to develop .....Read More