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Building Local Governance in Somalia Brochure
UN-Habitat has been active in the Somali urban sector for more than 30 years and currently is implementing a portfolio of interventions worth USD 40 million with communities, local authorities, state governments, and the Federal Government of Somalia across all Somali regions. The activities have evolved from targeting immediate local needs to more systematic attempts to address sustainable urban development through integrated human settlement programmes. Currently UN-Habitat has a wide range of projects in the areas of local governance, capacity building, waste management, land management, municipal finance, infrastructure development, livelihood and shelter development for vulnerable urban populations, water and sanitation infrastructure, youth, and public service delivery.