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UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Philippines

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Philippines

This Country Programme Document presents an analysis of the Human Settlements and Urbanization realities in the Philippines. More info →
Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – TChad

Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – TChad

Les Documents de Programme-Pays sont des outils stratégiques destinés à guider toutes les activités d’ONU-HABITAT au cours d’une période de deux ans. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Pakistan

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Pakistan

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the world’s 7th most populous and second largest Muslim nation, after Indonesia, with a population of about 160 million. More info →
Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Cap Vert

Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Cap Vert

On 1 January 2008 Cape Verde moved from the group of Least Developed Countries to the Middle Development Country group. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Nepal

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Nepal

UN-HABITAT had been present in Nepal intermittently since the late 1980s engaging in a number of technical assistance programmes in the field of human settlements development. More info →
Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Burundi

Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Burundi

The development of the Country Program Document and the activities to be carried out were guided by the orientations given by the Government for the period 2005-2010, the relevant recommendations resulting from six workshops organized in 2007 and 2008 within the framework of the formulation of both the National Housing Policy and Urban Policy in Burundi and by the strategic axes identified in common programming documents such as the CSLP, the UNDAF and the CCSP. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Liberia , HCPD

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Liberia , HCPD

The Habitat Country Programme Document for Liberia outlines the main objectives and priorities for UN-HABITAT. More info →
Document De Programme-Pays 2008 – 2009 – Burkina Faso

Document De Programme-Pays 2008 – 2009 – Burkina Faso

Following the model of the other agencies of the United Nations System, the 2008 – 2009 UN-HABITAT Country Programme has its sources within the national priorities defined by the Poverty Reduction Strategic Framework. It falls under the United Nations 2006 – 2010 Plan jointly elaborated by the resident and non resident UN agencies with the representative entities of the national counterpart. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Lebanon

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Lebanon

With an estimate of 87% of the total number of population living in urban areas (a rate higher than that of the Arab States), urbanization is considered one of the key issues facing Lebanon. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2016 – 2021 – Uganda
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Indonesia

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Indonesia

The Republic of Indonesia is an equatorial archipelago of over 17,500 islands (6,000 inhabited) extending about 3,200 miles or 5,150 kilometers East to West and 1,250 miles or 2,012 kilometres North to South. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2016 – 2019, Afghanistan
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009- Zambia

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009- Zambia

The Habitat Country Programme Document for Zambia outlines the main objectives and priorities for UN-HABITAT and the Zambian Government. More info →
UN-HABITAT Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Nigeria

UN-HABITAT Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Nigeria

The Habitat Country Programme Document for Nigeria outlines the main objectives and priorities for UN-HABITAT. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document – Kenya

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document – Kenya

The UN-Habitat Country Programme Documents are tangible components of the plan and a genuine endeavour to strategically develop country programmes in a consultative and inclusive process involving UN-Habitat’s country team and headquarter branches, national governments, sister agencies from the UN Country Team, and development partners More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Namibia

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Namibia

The Namibia Habitat Country Programme Document is the result of a collaborative effort between various agencies in Namibia, namely, the United Nations Development Programme and UN-HABITAT, in consultation and in collaboration with the government of Namibia. More info →
Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Benin

Document De Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Benin

The current Benin HCPD 2008/2009 is a strategic document which will help UN-HABITAT to have a coherent framework of intervention for a fruitful cooperation with Benin Government. More info →
UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Malawi

UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Malawi

The Habitat Country Programme Document for Malawi outlines the main development objectives and priorities in the area of shelter and human settlements in Malawi. More info →
UN-HABITAT Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Mozambique

UN-HABITAT Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Mozambique

The Habitat Country Programme Document for Mozambique outlines the main objectives and priorities of UN-HABITAT. In collaboration with the government and other UN Agencies, the overall aim of this UN-HABITAT Country Programme Document is to promote the Habitat Agenda. More info →
Document de Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Madagascar

Document de Programme-Pays 2008-2009 – Madagascar

Apart from a dynamic economy, social indicators still highlight the insecure living conditions of Malagasy people, mainly because of inadequate social infrastructures (schools, health centers, etc.) and dysfunctional public services. More info →
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