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Urban Sector Studies and Capacity Building for Khartoum State
This report presents the summary of studies carried out through a collaboration between the Government of Sudan Ministry of Physical Planning and Public Utilities and UN-HABITAT. Each section of this report presents a complementary analysis of different factors behind the growth of urban poverty in Khartoum State, taking into account five crucial sectors: land, physical planning, housing, basic urban services, and local economic development.
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