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COUNTRY PROGRAMME DOCUMENT 2016 – 2022 UGANDA
The UN-Habitat Country Programme Document (HCPD) is a tangible component as well as a genuine endeavour of UN-Habitat to better coordinate normative and operational activities in a consultative and inclusive process involving UN-Habitat, national governments, UN country teams, sister United Nations (UN) agencies, development partners and all divisions of our agency. As the UN agency responsible for cities and other human settlements, the UN focal point for local authorities, and the agency responsible for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 11, the New Habitat Agenda and the urban dimension of Agenda 21, UN-Habitat is focusing on achieving “Sustainable Urbanization”. The concept has resulted from years of experience and reflection by Habitat Agenda partners representing a wide range of public, private and civil society sectors. This (HCPD) is a strategic tool meant as a guide for all UN-Habitat activities over a five-year period. A major dimension of the UN-Habitat CPD is to advocate UN-Habitat’s mandate and address the urban challenges facing Uganda.
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