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End-of-Project Evaluation: Identification of Best Practices, Policies and Enabling Legislation in the Local Delivery of Basic Urban Services (Phase 2) 1/2015
The ‘Best Practices’ project supported local and national governments in Cuba, El Salvador, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay and Mozambique pursued through supporting decentralization processes and national urban policies, technical assistance for local government urban planning policies, decentralized city-to-city cooperation for municipal planning, and strategic and institutional support to Habitat III’s preparatory process. The evaluation took place approximately one year following the project’s finalization allowing for a more reliable assessment of post-project sustainability. There are indications of sustainability in two of the municipal alliances and at least one of the municipal initiatives, which is being replicated.
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