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UN-Habitat projects in Gambia
Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
The Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme is being implemented with a focus on the development and adoption of inclusive policies and strategies for slum upgrading in line with the PSUP principles and contributing to the achievement of MDG 7 c and d. The Programme aims to strengthen community, city and national key stakeholders’ capacities in participatory slum upgrading in Gambia particularly in the selected cities/towns of Banjul, Brikama and Kanifing municipalities thus adding value to the development of policy, institutional, legislative, and financial frameworks.
- Implementation Phase: Phase II
- Duration: 2011- December 2015
- Value: US$136,000
- Donor: European Commission and, the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat
- Implementing Partners: UN- Habitat and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs
- Profile cities/ location: Banjul, Brikama and Kanifing