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Qoloji Spatial Profile
Urban Profile
Qoloji Spatial Profile
2021
In 2020-2021, UN-Habitat was funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) to develop the Qoloji Spatial Profile for the largest internally displaced people settlement in Ethiopia. This study focuses on establishing the existing conditions, identifying challenges and opportunities, developing the scenarios, and outlining recommendations for a durable settlement in Qoloji.
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Supporting Planning for Integrated Refugee and Host Communities Newsletter
Newsletter
Supporting Planning for Integrated Refugee and Host Communities: 2021 April - May Issue
2021
This bimonthly newsletter by UN-Habitat highlights the programmes being implemented by the Humanitarian-Development Practices workstream of the Agency, in partnership with governments, implementation partners, refugee, migrants and host communities. The work stream addresses commitments within the Global Compact on Refugees, Global Compact for Migration, Agenda 2030 and the SDGs, to contribute a comprehensive response to "Leave No One Behind".
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Regional representation of africa
Strategy
Regional Representation for Africa: 2020 - 2023 Strategic Plan
2021
This Regional Representation Strategy for Africa shows a paradigm shift towards sustainable urbanisation as an engine for growth by proactively tackling urban challenges while simultaneously leveraging the opportunities presented by the phenomenon itself.
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Dadaab profile
Urban Profile
Dadaab Spatial Profile
2021
Since 2020, UN-Habitat has been funded by the EUTF Programme entitled ‘Enhancing self-reliance for refugees and host communities in Kenya’. The spatial profiles produced during the first phase of the project have focused on establishing the existing conditions of the refugee hosting areas, identifying challenges and opportunities for inclusive development, and outline recommendations for improvement of the settlements.
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Kakuma and kalobeyei
Urban Profile
Kakuma and Kalobeyei Spatial Profile
2021
Since 2020, UN-Habitat has been funded by the EUTF Programme entitled ‘Enhancing self-reliance for refugees and host communities in Kenya’. The spatial profiles produced during the first phase of the project has focused on establishing the existing conditions of the refugee hosting areas, identifying challenges and opportunities for inclusive development, and outline recommendations for improvement of the settlements.
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Policy, Legislation and Governance Section (PLGS) Annual Report 2020
Annual Report
Policy, Legislation and Governance Section (PLGS) Annual Report 2020
2021
UN-Habitat’s first Policy, Legislation and Governance (PLGS) Annual Report highlights the section’s implementation of the Strategic Plan 2020-2023 for 2020. The Annual Report features the section’s and its partners’ contributions and results realized across various key programmes and projects at the local, national, regional and global levels between November 2019 and the end of 2020.
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UNH-UNICEF_Neighbourhood Profiles Toolkit-page-001
Tools, Guidelines and Methodologies
Toolkit: How to Read and Use the Lebanon Neighbourhood Profiles
2021
To promote evidence-based programming and coordination among state and non-state actors, UN-Habitat and UNICEF have jointly completed 28 profiles of disadvantaged neighbourhoods across Lebanon. This collaboration responds to the long-standing need for reliable, multi-sectoral spatial data required to inform sustainable development and humanitarian response by all actors.
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Improving the Well-being of Host & Refugee Populations in Bourj Hammoud
Brochure
Improving the Well-being of Host & Refugee Populations in Bourj Hammoud
2021
Maraach, one of the most densely populated areas in the Middle East, has some 6,000 residents composed of roughly 60 per cent vulnerable Lebanese and 40 per cent Syrian refugees and other nationalities. Residents face many challenges including poverty, limited access to water and electricity; few safe, accessible public spaces; exposed unsafe electrical wiring and run-down buildings and common spaces which were badly damaged by the Beirut Port explosion last year.
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United Nations Global Road Safety Week 2021
Newsletter
United Nations Global Road Safety Week 2021
2021
Rapid urbanisation adds a strain to the already overburdened transport systems and the provision of safe infrastructure and transport services is lacking behind. Around the world, road traffic injuries cause 1.35 million deaths and up to 50 million injuries each year. Especially for young people road crashes are one of the leading causes of fatalities in our times.
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Document
HSP/OECPR.2021/1/Add.1/Rev.1: Annotated provisional agenda
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HSP/OECPR.2021/1/Add.1/Rev.1: Annotated provisional agenda
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HSP/OECPR.2021/1/Add.1/Rev.1: Annotated provisional agenda
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HSP/OECPR.2021/1/Add.1/Rev.1: Annotated provisional agenda
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HSP/OECPR.2021/1/Add.1/Rev.1: Annotated provisional agenda
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Newsletter
World Urban Forum 11 Newsletter - Arabic
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Newsletter
World Urban Forum 11 Newsletter - English
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Urban Profile
Qoloji Spatial profile
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Document
HSP/EB.2021/11 Decisions adopted by the Executive Board at its first session of 2021 (Advance)
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