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UN-Habitat and Association of African Planning Schools
The role of planning schools in shaping development in their cities, country and regions cannot be overstated at a time when Africa continues to confront major challenges of urbanization like unplanned urban development, traffic congestion, urbanization of poverty and pollution.
One major question asked is: where and what are planning schools and planners doing?
The workshop provided a forum for the schools of planning to explore better ways of promoting the association’s objectives in Kenya and increase collaboration with UN-Habitat.
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