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UN-Habitat projects in Jamaica
Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
The Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme (PSUP) is being implemented with a focus on the reflection of the Government’s commitment to increase financial resources for participatory slum upgrading; to increase participation at all levels for implementing activities to address issues associated with slum upgrading; to meet the Millennium Development Goals and the National Vision 2030 by impacting positively on the quality of lives of residents in identified communities
- Implementation Phase: Phase II
- Duration: April 2014 – December 2015
- Value: US$125,000
- Donor: European Commission and, the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat
- Implementing Partners: UN-Habitat and the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing
- Profile cities/ location: Cities of Old Harbour (St. Catherine), May Pen (Clarendon) and Montego Bay (St. James)