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    Improving water operator finances through better practices – experiences from East Africa

    Improving water operator finances through better practices – experiences from East Africa

    The Fast Track Capacity Building programme implemented by the National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) in Uganda under UN-HABITAT’s ‘Water for African Cities’ programme demonstrates that an integrated programme of training and capacity building, combined with investments in physical infrastructure, offers the best hope of improving institutional capacities to reduce non-revenue water, improve service delivery and increase the sustainability of investments in the long-term. More info →
    One Earth, One UN in a Chinese Garden , Design of the United Nations Pavilion

    One Earth, One UN in a Chinese Garden , Design of the United Nations Pavilion

    A picture book showing the design of the United Nations Pavilion at the Shanghai EXPO 2010. More info →
    Urban Solutions. United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Nairobi 2015

    Urban Solutions. United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Nairobi 2015

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    For more than forty years, UN-Habitat has been working in human settlements throughout the world. The efforts of UN-Habitat have been focused on building a brighter future for developing villages, towns and cities of all sizes, which are most in need of support in guiding the process of urbanization. Towards this end we have created a new vision which makes a shift in focus and incorporates three essential urban elements into a new, integrated working methodology: Urban Legislation, Urban Design and Urban Finance, as a three-legged strategy in advancing sustainable urbanization. “Governments want us to promote an integrated approach to planning and building sustainable cities and urban settlements. We are tasked with supporting local authorities, increasing public awareness and enhancing the involvement of local people, including the poor, in decision making.” More info →
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