UN-Habitat (2019): Awareness toolkit: my waste our wealth

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This advocacy toolkit has been developed to guide city authorities in sensitizing their communities to waste management issues and in promoting sustainable day-to-day practices that can support the authority in improving waste management in the long term. This advocacy toolkit and guide aims at fostering behavioural change at the community level to achieve sustainable resource and municipal solid waste management in cities.

The toolkit comprises of:

Waste Wise Cities Newsletter 8

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Waste Wise Cities was launched in 2018 by UN-Habitat’s Executive Director Ms Maimunah Mohd Sharif with a call to action to tackle the global waste management challenge. It aims to enhance municipal solid waste management as well as resource efficiency in the world’s cities by working in 4 key action areas with its Member Cities and Affiliates, namely: Knowledge & Good Practices Sharing; Waste Data & Monitoring; Advocacy & Education: and Project Finance & Bankability Support.

Waste Wise Cities Newsletter 7

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Waste Wise Cities was launched in 2018 by UN-Habitat’s Executive Director Ms Maimunah Mohd Sharif with a call to action to tackle the global waste management challenge. It aims to enhance municipal solid waste management as well as resource efficiency in the world’s cities by working in 4 key action areas with its Member Cities and Affiliates, namely: Knowledge & Good Practices Sharing; Waste Data & Monitoring; Advocacy & Education: and Project Finance & Bankability Support.

Youth-led Mwanza City Informal Settlements Baseline Survey: State of Living Conditions and Access to Urban Basic Services

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This report provides a baseline inventory of the standard of living, housing and infrastructure services as well as access to urban basic services in Mwanza, Tanzania, focusing on informal settlements. It provides evidence-based guidance on how to improve access to urban basic services in informal settlements as an essential element to achieve healthy, livable and sustainable cities.

Annual report 2019

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This is UN-Habitat’s sixth and final annual progress report on the implementation of the strategic plan 2014—2019. The report presents an analysis of progress on indicators against set targets for each expected accomplishment over the Strategic Plan period (2014—2019). Key achievements and detailed results across all scales are presented. Impact stories demonstrate the concrete and practical ways that UN-Habitat has transformed the lives of beneficiaries.

Financing Sustainable Urbanization: Counting the Costs and Closing the Gap

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While we know that cities can be drivers for the achievement of Agenda 2030, lack of sufficient finance for investment in infrastructure and sustainable development prevents urban populations from reaching their full potential and increases the overall costs of municipalities. One obstacle for unleashing adequate finance is that there is a lack of understanding on the basic costs of a city. This necessitates a comprehensive costing estimation for SDG 11 on sustainable urbanization.

Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Tshwane, South Africa

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This publication of Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Tshwane, South Africa in examines the status of housing and urban infrastructure and how much investment is needed. The assessment particularly considered the status of housing finance instruments and costs, as well as the roles of local and national governments in facilitating investments.

Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Zhoushan, China

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This publication of Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Zhoushan, China in examines the status of housing and urban infrastructure and how much investment is needed. The assessment particularly considered the status of housing finance instruments and costs, as well as the roles of local and national governments in facilitating investments.

Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Beira, Mozambique

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This publication of Financing for Resilient and Green Urban Solutions in Beira, Mozambique in examines the status of housing and urban infrastructure and how much investment is needed. The assessment particularly considered the status of housing finance instruments and costs, as well as the roles of local and national governments in facilitating investments.