Tunisie

Projets d’ONU-Habitat en Tunisie

Partager les Opportunités pour un transport Urbain à Faible émission de carbone (SOLUTIONS)

  • Durée : juillet 2013 – juillet 2016
  • Valeur : 130 171 US$
  • Donateur : Wuppertal Institut Fur Klima/ Umwelt/ Energie GMBH
  • Partenaire d’exécution : Mobili-T Tunisia

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Vue d'ensemble
Urban numbers
Average of unemployment rate in Tunisia is of 15.6 per cent while it reaches 25.8 per cent in Kebili and 32 per cent in Tataouine, cities that are located in the south.
The urban population annual growth rate is 1.56%
The percentage of the total population that is urban is 68.64%

Leaving no one and no place behind

Hover over or click the icons to learn about UN-Habitat's work on social inclusion here.

The prioritisation of human rights addresses the structural causes of inequalities and discrimination in an integrated manner. Urbanisation can only be sustainable if it is human rights based, and living conditions can only be improved for all if everyone’s human rights are comprehensively promoted and protected. UN-Habitat applies the Human-Rights Based Approach to address inequalities and discrimination, reaching the furthest behind first by placing power relationships in human settlements at the heart of its analysis and action.

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Men and women, boys and girls experience cities in very different ways, and face various challenges and needs that cities have to address. UN-Habitat promotes the stronger commitment of national and local governments as well as other relevant stakeholders to work towards the realization of a world in which men and women are recognized as equal partners in development and enjoy equal human rights so that economically productive, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable cities and other human settlements can be achieved more rapidly, completely and sustainably.

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Youth, children and older persons, especially those in situations of particular risk of marginalization, such as girl child and female-headed households, are often excluded from access to housing, urban basic services, public spaces and infrastructure, and the overall benefits of urbanization. Young women and men have been a key focus of UN-Habitat’s work. The agency has successfully advocated for the role of youth as leaders in sustainable urban development, recognizing the guiding principle of the SDGs of “leaving no one behind,” and the New Urban Agenda vision of cities for all. 

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Sustainable urban development can only be achieved if persons with disabilities are included meaningfully in decision-making and are able to access their rights. UN-Habitat partners with representative groups and individual rights holders, as well as national and local governments, relevant UN bodies and civil society to maximize impact and to meaningfully ensure that the rights including accessibility and universal design of persons with disabilities are promoted, respected and protected. 

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Donors and partners

UN Habitat identifies and mobilizes local authorities and NGOs to ensure the ownership of the actions implemented in the country, their success and sustainability. The recently inaugurated public space involved

UN Habitat engages also local communities in the design and upgrading of public space initiatives to ensure that their needs are well reflected.

Donors

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research

Burkina Faso

Projets d’ONU-Habitat au Burkina Faso

Appuyer l’implémentation du Programme Urbain du Burkina Faso

  • Durée : janvier 2014 – 31 décembre 2016
  • Valeur : 977 500 US$
  • Donateur : UNOPS – Suisse
  • Partenaire d’exécution : Laboratoire Citoyennetes

Programme Participatif d’Amélioration des Taudis

Le Programme Participatif d’Amélioration des Taudis se concentre sur le développement et l’adoption de politiques et de stratégies complets pour l’amélioration des taudis, en ligne avec les principes du PPAT  et contribuant ainsi à l’achèvement des OMD 7 c et d.

Ce programme vise à renforcer les capacités des principaux partis-prenants de la communauté, de la ville et du pays à améliorer les taudis, ajoutant ainsi de la valeur au développement des plans politiques, institutionnels, législatifs et financiers, de par l’implémentation d’un projet pilote participatif localisé dans la ville d’Ouagadougou

  • Phase d’Implémentation : Phase III
  • Durée : 2008-décembre 2015
  • Valeur : 900 000 US$
  • Donateur : Commission Européenne et le Secrétariat de l’Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique
  • Partenaires d’exécution : ONU-Habitat et le Ministère du développement urbain et du logement
  • Profile des villes/ emplacement : Quartiers de Bissighin et Basnere, dans la ville d’Ouagadougou
Vue d'ensemble
Urban numbers
Urban Population (2018): 19.4%
Urban Growth Rate (2015-2020): 4.99%
The urban population annual growth rate is 5.03%

Leaving no one and no place behind

Hover over or click the icons to learn about UN-Habitat's work on social inclusion here.

The prioritisation of human rights addresses the structural causes of inequalities and discrimination in an integrated manner. Urbanisation can only be sustainable if it is human rights based, and living conditions can only be improved for all if everyone’s human rights are comprehensively promoted and protected. UN-Habitat applies the Human-Rights Based Approach to address inequalities and discrimination, reaching the furthest behind first by placing power relationships in human settlements at the heart of its analysis and action.

Human rights icon

Men and women, boys and girls experience cities in very different ways, and face various challenges and needs that cities have to address. UN-Habitat promotes the stronger commitment of national and local governments as well as other relevant stakeholders to work towards the realization of a world in which men and women are recognized as equal partners in development and enjoy equal human rights so that economically productive, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable cities and other human settlements can be achieved more rapidly, completely and sustainably.

Gender icon

Youth, children and older persons, especially those in situations of particular risk of marginalization, such as girl child and female-headed households, are often excluded from access to housing, urban basic services, public spaces and infrastructure, and the overall benefits of urbanization. Young women and men have been a key focus of UN-Habitat’s work. The agency has successfully advocated for the role of youth as leaders in sustainable urban development, recognizing the guiding principle of the SDGs of “leaving no one behind,” and the New Urban Agenda vision of cities for all. 

Children icon

Sustainable urban development can only be achieved if persons with disabilities are included meaningfully in decision-making and are able to access their rights. UN-Habitat partners with representative groups and individual rights holders, as well as national and local governments, relevant UN bodies and civil society to maximize impact and to meaningfully ensure that the rights including accessibility and universal design of persons with disabilities are promoted, respected and protected. 

Disability icon

Donors and partners

The UEMOA (Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine), is a sub-regional African organisation covering 8 countries in West Africa i.e Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo. It’s headquarter is based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. UN-Habitat and UEMOA signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) in 2010 to mainstream their partnership on urban and housing thematic on the sub-region.  

Donors

United Nations Office for Project Services
UNEP

The Challenge of Local Government Financing in Developing Countries

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Cities are assets, solutions and drivers of economic and social development. Cities possess huge untapped economic potential that can and should be leveraged to create wealth and economic opportunities for all. This requires good urban planning that supports urban compactness, integration, and connectivity. However, even the best urban plans risk ending up unused if they are not accompanied by financial and regulatory strategies for implementation. Strategic public investments must go hand in hand with strategic funding mechanisms and supporting governance systems.

Les Sommets des Chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement de l’Union africaine prévoient, selon la Présidente de la Commission de l’Union africaine, de discuter de l’Agenda urbain

Addis-Abeba 31 Mars 2015.  Mme Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Président de la Commission de l’Union africaine, a déclaré que les Chefs d’État africains devront, lors de leurs deux prochains Sommets qui se tiendront à Addis-Abeba et à Kigali, accorder une attention particulière aux questions relatives à l’urbanisation pour bien confirmer que ce thème figure dans leurs préoccupations majeures.

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Tchad

  • Valeur totale des investissements d’ONU-Habitat (2008-2013) : 2 126 966 US$
  • Nombre totale de projets d’ONU-Habitat (2008-2013) : 1 projet
  • Donateur principal : PNUD Tchad
  • Partenaire d’exécution : Ministère du logement, du développement urbain et de l’aménagement régional

Le Tchad est divisé en multiples régions : une zone déserte au nord, la ceinture aride du Sahélien au centre et la zone plus fertile de la savane soudanaise au sud. Le Lac Tchad, qui donne son nom au pays, est la plus grande zone humide du Tchad, et la deuxième en Afrique. N’Djamena (capitale), Moundou, Sarh, Abeche, Kelo, Koumra, sont parmi les villes majeures du pays.

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Capitale: N’Djamena

Villes majeures:Le Tchad est divisé en multiples régions : une zone déserte au nord, la ceinture aride du Sahélien au centre et la zone plus fertile de la savane soudanaise au sud. Le Lac Tchad, qui donne son nom au pays, est la plus grande zone humide du Tchad, et la deuxième en Afrique. N’Djamena (capitale), Moundou, Sarh, Abeche, Kelo, Koumra, sont parmi les villes majeures du pays.

  • Population : 12,45 millions
  • PIB : 12, 89 milliards US$
  • Taux de croissance du PIB : 8,9%
  • Population urbaine (% annuel) : 22%
  • Taux de croissance de la population (moyenne annuelle en %) : 3,0%
  • Taux de croissnce de la population urbaine (moyenne annuelle en %) : 3,4%
  • Taux de croissance de la popluation rurale (moyenne annuelle en %) : 2,9%

Source: Banque Mondiale 2012

Projets d’ONU-Habitat au Tchad

Amélioration des Logements pour le Développement Urbain du Tchad (Phase II)

Pendant la période 2008-2013, ONU-Habitat a implémenté la phase II d’un projet visant à améliorer les conditions de vies de la population urbaine pauvre, y compris celle des personnes vivantes dans les taudis. Le projet était fiancé par le PNUD Tchad et implémenté en conjonction avec le Ministère du Logement, du Développement Urbain et de l’Aménagement Régional.

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A desert village in Chad © Shutterstock
Vue d'ensemble
Urban numbers
According to the United Nations Population Division, this population will increase to 27.5 per cent in 2030 and 39 per cent in 2050
Refugees and displaced persons from neighbouring countries fleeing armed conflict represent 302,675, or 84 per cent of the international migrant population in Chad.
Urban Population (2018): 23.1%
Urban Growth Rate (2015-2020): 3.88%

Leaving no one and no place behind

Hover over or click the icons to learn about UN-Habitat's work on social inclusion here.

The prioritisation of human rights addresses the structural causes of inequalities and discrimination in an integrated manner. Urbanisation can only be sustainable if it is human rights based, and living conditions can only be improved for all if everyone’s human rights are comprehensively promoted and protected. UN-Habitat applies the Human-Rights Based Approach to address inequalities and discrimination, reaching the furthest behind first by placing power relationships in human settlements at the heart of its analysis and action.

Human rights icon

Men and women, boys and girls experience cities in very different ways, and face various challenges and needs that cities have to address. UN-Habitat promotes the stronger commitment of national and local governments as well as other relevant stakeholders to work towards the realization of a world in which men and women are recognized as equal partners in development and enjoy equal human rights so that economically productive, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable cities and other human settlements can be achieved more rapidly, completely and sustainably.

Gender icon

Youth, children and older persons, especially those in situations of particular risk of marginalization, such as girl child and female-headed households, are often excluded from access to housing, urban basic services, public spaces and infrastructure, and the overall benefits of urbanization. Young women and men have been a key focus of UN-Habitat’s work. The agency has successfully advocated for the role of youth as leaders in sustainable urban development, recognizing the guiding principle of the SDGs of “leaving no one behind,” and the New Urban Agenda vision of cities for all. 

Children icon

Sustainable urban development can only be achieved if persons with disabilities are included meaningfully in decision-making and are able to access their rights. UN-Habitat partners with representative groups and individual rights holders, as well as national and local governments, relevant UN bodies and civil society to maximize impact and to meaningfully ensure that the rights including accessibility and universal design of persons with disabilities are promoted, respected and protected. 

Disability icon

Donors and partners

Over the years, the UN-Habitat programme in Chad has forged a strong partnership with all forms of institutions and actors, ranging from public entities to grass-roots organizations, NGOs and the private sector. Young people and women are considered first-rate actors and are regularly empowered in activities concerning their spaces. Training institutes and universities are also daily partners.

Donors

UNDP (incl. one UN fund)

Reconstruction

Les aléas naturels se transforment en catastrophes lorsqu’ils ont des répercussions sur les populations et les biens exposés à leurs effets destructeurs. Cela n’est jamais autant visible que dans les villes, cités et villages du monde. Des facteurs comme un plan d’occupation des sols inadapté, une mauvaise conception et construction des bâtiments et des infrastructures, ainsi qu’un environnement toujours plus dégradé, font courir des risques aux établissements humains.

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Programme de développement pour l'après-2015

Le « Programme de développement pour l'après-2015 » (en anglais, « Post-2015 Development Agenda ») est le programme qui va remplacer les Objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (OMD) suite à leur échéance en 2015. De ce fait, les efforts pour le développement de sociétés garantissant prospérité, équité, liberté, dignité et paix continueront au-delà de 2015.

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Governing Council

The Governing Council of UN-Habitat

1. The work of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UH-Habitat) is guided by three main policy bodies of the United Nations namely, the General Assembly of the United Nations including through the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the Governing Council of UN-Habitat and the Committee of Permanent Representatives (CPR).

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