Financing Options for Planned City Extensions in Mozambique

Under the Achieving Sustainable Urban Development project in Mozambique, the agency is assisting the municipality of Nacala Porto and the district of Nacala Velha to develop financial models for their city extension plans. The agency is assisting the local governments to assess their finances and design a strategy for improving their revenue-generating capacity. They agency is also helping the city authority to identify both national and local funding sources to pay for city extensions. Budget assessments have been completed for Nacala Porto and Nacala Velha.

  • Duration: 2013-2017
  • Donor: The Government of Spain
  • Implementing partners: Local authority in Nacala in Mozambique, line Ministries, Urban Design and Planning Branch of UN-Habitat 

Capacity Building For The Local Participatory Planning, Budgeting and Gender Mainstreaming Programme, and Support for LDC Participants and the Celebrations held in Vancouver for the Third World Urban Forum (WUF III)

To positively contribute to the realisation of the Millennium Development Goal 7, Target 11 and poverty alleviation and gender equality in the participating countries. The project purpose is to strengthen and build local institutional and key stakeholders’ capacities in strategic planning, budgeting and gender mainstreaming.   

  • Duration: April 2007 to December 2012    
  • Value: US$ 857,467    
  • Donor: Spain   
  • Implementing partners: Ministries of Planning, Local Government, Gender Affairs, Interior and Social Development; districts and municipalities;Training institutions, universities, gender and youth experts, and trainers to create local capacities and influence education curricula.    
  • Location: Regional project in Mozambique, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo    

    Joint Programme on Environment Mainstreaming and Adaptation to Climate Change - Mozambique


By 2009, Government and Civil Society Organizations capacity at national,provincial and local level, strengthened to plan, implement and monitor socio-economic development in a transparent, accountable, equitable and participatory way in order to achieve the MDGs; Increased and more equitable economic opportunities to ensure sustainable livelihoods for women and men. 

  • Duration: January 2008 to December 2013   
  • Value: US$ 1,372,372  
  • Donor: UNDP/ Spain MDGF   
  • Implementing partners: UNEP, FAO, WFP, UNIDO, UNDP  

Joint Programme - Support to Decentralization & Integrated Local Development

This programme is a Joint UN Programme consisting of twelve UN agencies and is based on the recently strengthened UN capacity for field-based coordination of its development support. 

  • Duration: June 2008 to December 2012   
  • Value: US$ 917,613    
  • Donor: One UN Fund, Booyoung   
  • Implementing partners: MPD, MAE, MICOA, ANAMM, INE, MTRAB, MMCAS, MINAG, CTA, OTM, INEFP, CONSILMO, UEM, Provincial Governments of Nampula, Cabo Delgado, Gaza, Tete, Manica, Sofala and Zambezia 

Participatory  Slum Upgrading Programme and City Development Strategy for Nampula City

To contribute to poverty reduction of the population of Nampula City and surrounding rural areas through improved planning practices.

  • Duration: march 2009 to December 2012   
  • Value: US$ 50,000    
  • Donor: IBRD/World Bank, European Commission and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat 
  • Implementing partners: City of Nampula    
  • Location: Nampula, Maputo, Nacala and Manica

Sustainable Urban Planning and Development Programme in Mozambique

The Goal of this Programme is to ensure that the expected economic benefits deriving from enhanced investment and productivity in the years to come translate into a sustainable, equitable and efficient urban settlement pattern.    

  • Duration: January 2012 to December 2014   
  • Value: US$ 200,000    
  • Donor: Booyoung   
  • Implementing partners: MICOA, CDS-ZU Nampula, MPD, MOPH, MAE,  MTC, The Government of the Nampula Province,Municipal and district authorities in Nampula Province, ANAMM, JICA, World Bank, UNDP 

Joint Programme - Support to Decentralization & Integrated Local Development

This programme is a Joint UN Programme consisting of twelve UN agencies and is based on the recently strengthened UN capacity for field-based coordination of its development support. 

  • Duration: November 2011 to December 2014   
  • Value: US$ 132,801    
  • Donor: BASF AG   
  • Implementing partners: MPD, MAE, MICOA, ANAMM, INE, MTRAB, MMCAS, MINAG, CTA, OTM, INEFP, CONSILMO, UEM, Provincial Governments of Nampula, Cabo Delgado, Gaza, Tete, Manica, Sofala and Zambezia 

Developing Guidelines on School Safety and Resilient School Building Codes, Mozambique

  • Duration: August 2012 to December 2013   
  • Value: US$ 185,735    
  • Donor: World Bank  
  • Implementing partners: Conselho Tecnico de Gestao de Calamidades (CTGC), UNICEF, UNDP, UNFPA, FAO, WHO, WFP, IOM 


Regional Multi-Sectoral DRR Assistance Programme for Southern Africa

Four main specific aspects are addressed through the UN-Habitat project:1Weak capitalization of practices and weak institutionalization at the Regional, National and Local level across and within the 3 countries. 2. Lack of instruments to train city managers and planners in DRR/M in Southern Africa and vulnerable cities (i.e. Karonga, Malawi; Antananarivo, Madagascar; Xai-Xai, Mozambique). 3. Need of technical support on disaster-resistant architectural solutions in the 3 countries by partnering agencies and NGOs. 4. Need to develop low-cost practices of reconstruction and retrofitting in affected areas of Mozambique (Gaza and Zambezia: Cyclone Funso, 2012).

  • Duration: January 2013 to January 2014   
  • Value: US$ 256,413    
  • Donor: European Commission   
  • Implementing partners: FAO, COOPI, CARE    
  • Location: Regional project in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique 

Support the Establishment of a Technical Centre for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation for Southern Africa (DIMSUR)

The main project objective is to support the establishment of the DIMSUR with the mandate of providing DRR and CCA assistance and knowledge to address the needs of national programmes, and therefore reduce the vulnerability and build the resilience of communities to natural hazards.    

  • Duration: July 2013 to June 2015    
  • Value: US$ 202,500    
  • Donor: IBRD/World Bank   
  • Implementing partners: National Institutes or Offices for Disaster Risk Management of Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique and Union of Comoros; UNISDR; European Union; ECHO; GFDRR; World Bank; FAO; OCHA; Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) DRR Unit; various academic institutions and NGOs operating in southern Africa    
  • Location: Regional project in Comoros, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique 

Regional Multi-Sectoral DRR Assistance Programme for Southern Africa

Analysis of food security risks and vulnerabilities in hazard prone urban and peri-urban areas, and develop alternative tools for participatory planning, land use and building norms to address food security related issues.   

  • Duration: July 2013 to November 2013    
  • Value: US$ 33,200    
  • Donor: FAO   
  • Implementing partners: COOPI, CARE, Bureau for Disaster Management (BNGRC), ; City of Antananarivo, Madagascar;Regional Institutions: SADC DRR Unit, African Union, Regional partners: RIASCO (UN Coordination)    
  • Location: Regional project in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique 

Programme Empowering Urban Women Entrepreneurs Through Housing Development and Land Ownership in Ethiopia and Mozambique

To support the establishment of a Technical Centre for southern Africa (DIMSUR) with the mandate of providing DRR and CCA assistance and knowledge to address the needs of national programmes, and therefore reduce the vulnerability and build the resilience of communities to natural hazards.     

  • Duration: April 2008 to December 2012   
  • Value: US$ 574,800    
  • Donor: IBRD/World Bank & One UN Fund   
  • Implementing partners: UNISDR; OCHA; UNDP; European Union; World Bank    
  • Location: Regional project in Ethiopia & Mozambique 

Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme

The Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme aims at improving the lives of slum dwellers by addressing the five deprivations that characterize a slum namely, inadequate water; sanitation; durability of housing, overcrowding and tenure insecurity. Interventions are underpinned by three cross-cutting and complementary approaches: gender approach, human rights based approach, and results-based management approach. Results will add value to the development of policy, institutional, legislative, financial, and normative and implementation frameworks.

  • Implementation Phase: Phase III
  • Duration: 2008 – December 2015
  • Value: US$800,000
  • Donor: European Commission and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat
  • Implementing Partners: UN-Habitat and Ministry of Public Works and Housing
  • Profile cities/ location: Muhala, Nampula 

Coastal City Adaptation Project

To conduct a participatory assessment and review of the pre-validated housing model designs in Pemba and Quelimane. To train local contractors on building the pre-validated housing models and final validation of the housing model designs.

Construction of the model houses and scaling-up; the local contractor teams, with the active involvement of the concerned local stakeholders and under the supervision of the implementing organization, will build 24 model houses -12 in each neighborhood.

  • Duration: 2015 – 2016
  • Value: US$550,000
  • Donor: USAID 

Enhancing the Planning Capacities of Cities in the Nacala Corridor (Nampula, Tete and Nacala)

To avail local authorities with prompt resident advice and technical assistance in the area of physical planning and sustainable urban development in the Nacala Corridor through the institutionalization of a self-standing planning advice entity (Planning Support Unit - PSU)

To strengthen the ability of local authorities to benefit from rapid growth, through on-the-job capacity development on urban planning design, implementation and management, including urban resilience.

Conduct Resilience Profiles and planning in Tete, Nacala and Nampula. Harmonization of private sector’s investments and approved urban plans in Nampula, Nacala and Tete.

  • Duration: 2015 – 2016
  • Value: US$500,000
  • Donor: Cities Alliance 

Internal Displacement People Assistance in Camps and Provision of Shelter Solutions to the Most Vulnerable and Affected Communities in Zambezia Province

Rapid training for shelter set up (Tents, Tarps, adaptation of Family Kits). To support local COE (Emergency Operation Committee) Engineers and Topographer for the demarcation of new plots and accommodation centres.

To demonstrate improved shelter and basic adapted housing architectural Solutions. To support Concern Worldwide, Welhungerhilfe and IOM’s technicians in the affected areas with infrastructure technical assistance.

To provide GIS support in mapping Shelter needs and distribution lists as require. To support the Districts of Namacurra and Maganja da costa on plot registration

  • Duration: 2015
  • Value: US$45,000
  • Donor: IOM 

Integrated participatory slum upgrading action in the Muhala neighborhood in Nampula city, Mozambique, for improving living conditions through community participation and empowerment (PSUP III)

Support the establishment of mechanism for inclusion and participation of communities in planning and decision is established and institutionalized empowerment.

To implement human-rights-based upgrading activities in the areas of adequate housing, basic urban services & infrastructure. To strengthen local-driven economic development capacities with community associations

  • Duration: 2015
  • Value: US$650,000
  • Donor: European Union 

Achieving Sustainable Reduction of Risks through Consolidation of Multi-hazards Architectural DRR Solutions and Physical Planning in Madagascar, Malawi and Mozambique

  • To deliver Technical Assistance to DIPECHO IV and others NGOs, Institutions and UN. To establish one laboratory of construction experiences in Mozambique and in Madagascar
  • To conduct 7 on-the-job trainings to disseminate norms and techniques for Multi-Hazard School Safety and Resistant Housing. To conduct least 2 trainings in Madagascar to disseminate anti-Cyclone measures
  • Conducting a School Risk Preliminary Assessment in Malawi. To prepare manuals with MOPH in Mozambique for DRR construction through user-friendly materials
  • Ensure coordination of the Shelter Cluster in Mozambique. Training Mayors, Directors, Technicians, Town Planners in Mozambique on Urban Risk Reduction and Resilience and representatives of DRR/DRM institutions 
  • Elaborating and adopting at least 2 full-fledged action-plans. Developing user-friendly material to understand and act on
  • Urban Risk and Resilience. Monitoring Urban Risk Reduction & Resilience progresses in the sub-region  
  • Duration: 2014 - 2015
  • Value: US$853,000
  • Donor: European Union (ECHO) 

Sustainable Urban Planning and Development in the Corridos Nampula- Nacala (ASUD)

To establish a permanent planning unit to support National and Local Institutions to support planning of future urban expansion.

To develop Special Plans for Territorial Planning for Nampula and Nacala. To analyse the urban financing sector.

To support the upgrading of selected informal setting (i.e. Muhala, in Nampula), especially through the as concerns road infrastructure and basic service provision.

To ensure capacity-building. To promote local economic development action.

  • Duration: 2012 - 2015
  • Value: US$2,000,000
  • Donor: European Union-EU, Spain, Korea (Booyoung) 

Reducing Disaster Risk through Safe and Child Friendly Schools in Hazard Prone Areas of Nampula Zambezia

Carry out of two (2) Post-Damage field assessments in more than 20 schools located in hazard prone areas of Nampula and Zambézia provinces. To conduct one (1) provincial training in Zambézia on Safe School Construction and DRR in Schools, targeting representatives from the most exposed District

To elaborate and test a data collection form for Technical School Damage Assessments; to test the final version - after pre-testing. To incorporate Safe and Child Friendly School Standards elaborated by UNICEF worldwide, into the didactical material regarding safety school constructions elaborated by UN-Habitat

To conduct the third “Safer School” workshop in Maputo to present a catalogue of resistant normalized solutions for school construction including a session on Safe and Child Friendly Schools.  To include recommendation on safe and child safe schools into schools Council Manual.

  • Duration: 2014 - 2015
  • Value: US$96,000
  • Donor: UNICEF 

Establishment and Operationalization of the Technical Centre for Disaster Risk Management, Sustainability and Urban Resilience (DiMSUR) in Southern Africa

To operationalize  the  Centre  for  the  first  two  years, including  the  selection  of  appropriate  technical expertise; synergy with on-going initiatives (i.e. Climate Change Adaptation in Mozambique); approving initial programme and activities.

To  deliver  Capacity   Building  trainings  and  technical assistance to beneficiaries countries to implement DRR Policies in areas of concerns for the Countries.

  • Duration: 2013 - 2015
  • Value: US$810,000
  • Donor: GFDRR 

Cities in Climate Change Initiative (Phases I, II and III) – Maputo, Vilankulos and Beira

To establish effective management and implementation capacity for dealing with climate change (CC) impacts in urban areas. To carry out an assessment study on the impacts of CC in Maputo city and to develop CC adaptation /mitigation strategies, tools and methods for urban areas

To set up knowledge management and dissemination on CC impacts in urban areas, and carry out demonstrative adaptation-mitigation interventions in Maputo city, including awareness-raising activities. Promote national policy dialogue on climate change impact on cities and possible adaptation/mitigation measure

Pilot CC adaptation measures in Vilankulos (workshop for cyclone-proof construction) and Beira (construction of a biogas multipurpose centre)

  • Duration: 2008 - 2015
  • Value: US$500,000
  • Donor: Norway, BASF 

Empowering urban women entrepreneurs through housing development and land ownership in Mozambique (Manica)

Conduct a rapid assessment in Manica city on affordable housing prices, suggested loan amounts, interest rates and repayment period based on both willingness and ability to pay. Deliver specific capacity building targeting the final beneficiaries. Conduct regular participatory local consultations with all stakeholders in Manica City during the implementation of the project

Develop and seek approval of an urban development plan of the selected expansion area from the Municipal Assembly of Manica.

Develop the architectural designs of low-cost houses using local building materials which should be resistant to earthquakes; start the construction after demarcating/allocating 30 urbanised and serviced land plots. Start the repayment process of the house through monthly rent.

  • Duration: 2008 - 2014
  • Value: US$1,200,000
  • Donor: Spain, One Fund 

One-UN Climate Change Adaptation in the Limpopo River Basin

To establish a urban risk methodology for assessing multi-risks in Xai-Xai and Chibuto, jointly with UNICEF, WFP, UNDP and FAO. To develop participatory urban risk reduction plans in selected neighbourhoods of the two cities, exposed to floods and cyclones.

To deliver joint trainings on  urban risk reduction in all areas covered by the project.

  • Duration: 2013 - 2014
  • Value: US$202,400
  • Donor: One-UN Fund 

One-UN Contribution for Decentralization and Municipal Governance

Support advocacy efforts to raise awareness for the urban agenda with different types of stakeholders.

Advance the harmonization and coordination between the different stakeholders involved in the urban agenda in the country. Promote efforts towards the establishment of a National Urban Forum.

  • Duration: 2013 - 2014
  • Value: US$18,400
  • Donor: One Fund 

Biogas & WASH Community Centre in Munhava, Beira

To design a multifunctional energy centre, with a Biogas digester for 500 households in Munhava.

To establish Youth Groups to manage the Centre and generate small incomes. To construct the multifunctional centre in Munhava and to ensure operationalization.

  • Duration: 2011 - 2014
  • Value: US$111,182
  • Donor: BASF 

Regional Multi-Sectoral DRR Assistance Programme for Southern Africa (UN-Habitat Basic Infrastracture, Shelter and Urban Risk Assistance) in Mozambique, Malawi and Madagascar

To develop low-cost, non-engineered methods to reinforce, retrofit and building back better of houses and community schooling exposed or recently affected by disaster. To support communities in retrofitting and reconstructing Community Houses and Schools.

To train Communities, NGOs, UN Partners, Red Cross, National and Local Authorities in developing and using simple techniques and methodologies to reinforce and improve housing and community schooling.

To ensure institutionalization of these practices with the INGC at the National Level and reproduction in all provinces. To develop Urban Risk Reduction methodologies and implement pilot urban risk projects in at least 3 cities, of which 1 in Mozambique.

  • Duration: 2012 - 2013
  • Value: US$ 900,00
  • Donor: European Union (ECHO) 

Joint Programme Proposal for Environmental Mainstreaming and Adaptation to Climate Change (Chicualacuala District, Gaza Province)

Training and capacity building at the local level for climate change adaptation – development of tools (rainwater harvesting manual) and dissemination.

Water supply through deep-drilled wells combined with solar pump systems; retention dams and rainwater harvesting systems.

Construction of a multi-purpose resources centre adapted to arid areas. Land use planning and cadastre management.

  • Duration: 2008 - 2012
  • Value: US$ 1,262,00
  • Donor: MDG-F (Spain) 

Post-disaster  rapid improved reconstruction  of 300 houses in Pebane and Chinde, Zambezia (Building Back Better)

Post-disaster  rapid improved reconstruction  of 300 houses in Pebane and Chinde, Zambezia (Building Back Better)

Designed improved measures for transitional centre and building back better in cyclone affected.

Designed training materials (Manuals, posters, videos). Delivered formal and on-the-job trainings to 100 individuals.

Supervised the reconstruction of 300 houses in cyclone affected Pebane and Chinde, with improved resistant measures. Capitalized the experience, now to be reproduced by local committees at the national level, along with INGC.

  • Duration: 2012
  • Value: US$ 300,000
  • Donor: OFDA through IOM 

Supporting Local Mitigation Interventions for Reducing Vulnerability to Cyclones and Earthquakes in Nampula and Manica Provinces

Design and build at least 18 public community shelter in the 9 selected communities, and improvement of roofing of at least 2 schools.

Train households in building techniques during the construction of the community shelters and create conditions for self-help improvement of their own houses, to confer more resistance to cyclones.

Carry out various awareness-raising activities related to cyclone disaster preparedness. Development and dissemination of awareness/didactic materials as well as technical recommendations for earthquake risk reduction in housing construction.

Development of low-cost architectural designs adapted to Manica District.

  • Duration: 2009 - 2011
  • Value: US$ 320,000
  • Donor: European Union (ECHO)  

Joint Programme for Disaster Risk Reduction and Emergency Preparedness

To mainstream disaster risk and vulnerability reduction in national development plans and programmes, including development of policy and norms.

  • Duration: 2008 - 2011
  • Value: US$ 990,000
  • Donor: One Fund 

Joint Programme for Decentralisation and Local Governance

To support municipal development and technical advisory activities. To promote the establishment of a national urban forum and debates regarding the urban agenda

To facilitate inter-country exchange of experiences and raise awareness regarding urban development topics. 

To strengthen Government and Civil Society capacities for disaster risk reduction (DRR) at central, provincial and local levels More in general: to support innovative Disaster Risk Reduction demo interventions and activities

  • Duration: 2008 - 2011
  • Value: US$ 439,000
  • Donor: One UN 

Supporting Innovative Local Mitigation Interventions for Reducing Vulnerability to Floods and Cyclones in Mozambique (Vilankulos and Inhangoma)

Carry out innovative local solutions and activities for “living with floods” in Inhangoma,Tete Province. Cyclone-resistant construction and related capacity building activities implemented in Vilankulos Municipality, Inhambane Province.

Coordination, dissemination and advocacy activities undertaken at national and sub-regional levels, including planning for future replication.

  • Duration: 2008 - 2010
  • Value: US$ 500,000
  • Donor: European Union (ECHO) 

Water for African Cities in Mozambique (Beira and Dondo)

Promote pro-poor urban water and sanitation governance through participatory approach in 2 informal urban areas.

Strengthen the local capacity for planning and managing water & sanitation infrastructure and services. Implement decentralisation strategies to enhance monitoring & evaluation capacity at the community level.

Implement water and sanitation activities and awareness-raising activities in selected slum areas: road opening, drainage improvement works, solid waste containers, public toilets and family improved latrines, piped water supply, open air theatre, etc.

  • Duration: 2007 - 2012
  • Value: US$ 1,500,000
  • Donor: Multi Donor Trust Fund (Water for African Cities) 

Improving Water and Sanitation in Mafalala Neighbourhood, Maputo City

Through community involvement & strengthened municipal capacity. Facilitate access to safe drinking water through standpipes.

Reduce sanitation risks by maintaining proper drainage conditions. Set up an effective waste management system. Carry out health awareness campaigns.

  • Duration: 2005 - 2008
  • Value: US$ 203,700
  • Donor: Multi Donor Trust Fund (Water for African Cities) 

Improving Water and Sanitation in Quelimane City

Capacitate the City Council for a smooth project implementation. Build 2 Community Centres and organise slum-dwellers.

Agree on projects management rules and coordination mechanisms at the municipal level. Design a participatory urban plan and implement interventions for improving the drainage and road network in selected slums.

Expand the water supply network in peri-urban areas and install 10 public standpipes. Improve the sanitation conditions of vulnerable families and in public services (eco-latrines). Road opening in informal neighbourhoods of the city.

  • Duration: 2006 - 2008
  • Value: US$ 500,000
  • Donor: Cities Alliance 

UN-HABITAT Response Activities to the 2007 and 2008 Floods and Cyclone in Mozambique

Preparation of materials and delivery of training on sustainable resettlement and reconstruction techniques. Carry out an evaluation of housing typology, physical planning and social aspects related to the resettlement and formulate recommendations for improvement.

Prepare project proposals for reconstruction activities in the resettlement and cyclone affected areas. Support Government to ensure a coordinated response in the shelter sector.

  • Duration: 2007 - 2008
  • Value: US$ 120,000
  • Donor: IOM-UNDP/BCPR 

Sustainable Land Use Planning for Integrated Land and Water Management for Disaster Preparedness and Vulnerability Reduction in the Limpopo Basin (Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe)

Sustainable Land Use Planning for Integrated Land and Water Management for Disaster Preparedness and Vulnerability Reduction in the Limpopo Basin (Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe)

Reinforce inter-country cooperation through 3 sub-regional workshops, including sharing of experiences. Review of legal and institutional framework for better integrated river basin flood management

Enhance flood forecasting, early warning and response. Build capacity for participatory land use planning and improved disaster risk management in 9 locations scattered within the basin; implementation of demo physical projects

Production of innovative didactic/awareness raising materials (River Game, cartoon “Sometimes the River…”, etc.) Preparation of a strategic basin plan for flood risk reduction

  • Duration: 2004 - 2007
  • Value: US$ 995,000
  • Donor: Global Environment Facility (GEF) 

Rapid Urban Sector Profile for Sustainability (RUSPS)

Fast-track profiling of selected cities (Manica, Nacala and Maputo) and preparation of a national urban profile. Stakeholders meeting at national level.

  • Duration: 2004 - 2006
  • Value: US$ 9,000
  • Donor: European Union 

Cities Without Slums

City Situation Analysis on the present state of slums in Manica, Nacala and Maputo. Preparation of a Slum Upgrading Intervention Strategy to be discussed at the national level.

  • Duration: 2004 - 2005
  • Value: US$ 80,000
  • Donor: Cities Alliance  


Secure of Tenure and Policy Preparation

Support to the preparation of the Territorial Planning Policy and Law (co- financed by FAO).

Support to the preparation of a Housing Policy. Urban Land Market Study.

  • Duration: 2002 - 2004
  • Value: US$ 100,000
  • Donor: Italy 

Participatory Slum Upgrading and Vulnerability Reduction in Flood Prone Cities (Maputo, Chókwè, Tete and Quelimane)

Slum Upgrading and Vulnerability Reduction in Flood Prone Cities (Maputo, Chókwè, Tete and Quelimane)

Baseline studies, support to Territorial Planning Policy preparation, Urban Land Market Study. Participatory planning exercises in informal/poor neighbourhoods vulnerable to flooding.

Implementation of key demonstrative activities. Training and capacity building activities for local elected leaders, technical staff and community empowerment.

  • Duration: 2002 - 2004
  • Value: US$ 495,000
  • Donor: Cities Alliance