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UN-Habitat projects in Lesotho
Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
The Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme is working with public authorities to assess the urban sector challenges and development needs in The Kingdom of Lesotho as they relate to challenge of slums. Using a multi-sectorial analytical and participatory approach, the Programme seeks to contribute to more effective urban management and urban governance system capable of devising appropriate remedial and preventive policy responses to slums.
- Implementation Phase: Phase I
- Duration: November 2013 – December 2015
- Value: US$120,000
- Donor: European Commission and, the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat
- Implementing Partners: UN-Habitat and the Ministry of Local Government, Chieftainship and Parliamentary Affairs
- Profile cities/ location: Maseru Municipal Council, Mafeteng Urban Council and Maputsoe Urban Council