Hudur Urban Profile- Working Paper and Spatial Analysis for Urban Planning Consultations and Durable Solutions for Displacement Crises

The Hudur Urban Profile is part of a series of working paper summarizing major aspects of an urban analysis from the spatial prospective for elaborating on solutions for long term urban development and current displacement crisis in Somalia.

That includes considerations of the development potentials and constraints with a time horizon of five to ten years.

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Kismayo Urban Profile- Working Paper and Spatial Analyses for Urban Planning Consultations and Durable Solutions for Displacement Crises

The Kismayo Urban Profile is part of a series of working paper summarizing major aspects of an urban analysis from the spatial prospective for elaborating on solutions for long term urban development and current displacement crisis in Somalia.

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Dolow Urban Profile- Working Paper and Spatial Analysis for Urban Planning Consultations and Durable Solutions for Displacement Crises

The Dolow Urban Profile is part of a series of working paper summarizing major aspects of an urban analysis from the spatial prospective for elaborating on solutions for long term urban development and current displacement crisis in Somalia.

That includes considerations of the development potentials and constraints with a time horizon of five to ten years.

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Baidoa Urban Profile- Working Paper and Spatial Analyses for Urban Planning Consultations and Durable Solutions for Displacement Crises

The Baidoa Urban Profile is part of a series of working paper summarizing major aspects of an urban analysis from the spatial prospective for elaborating on solutions for long term urban development and current displacement crisis in Somalia.

That includes considerations of the development potentials and constraints with a time horizon of five to ten years.

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Building Local Governance in Somalia Brochure

UN-Habitat has been active in the Somali urban sector for more than 30 years and currently is implementing a portfolio of interventions worth USD 40 million with communities, local authorities, state governments, and the Federal Government of Somalia across all Somali regions. The activities have evolved from targeting immediate local needs to more systematic attempts to address sustainable urban development through integrated human settlement programmes.

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Joint programme continues to see real results in second phase

The United Nations Joint Programme on Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery (JPLG) in Somalia involves UN-Habitat and four other UN agencies. The first phase of JPLG began in 2008 and ended in 2012. JPLG II (2013–2017) is now being completed in Somaliland and the Puntland State of Somalia, with plans to expand to newly emerging Somali states (e.g. Juba). Broadly, JPLG works towards the transparent, accountable, and efficient provision of local services. Within the programme, UN-Habitat is responsible for:

(1) Municipal finance

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