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UN-Habitat projects in Togo
Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
The Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme is being implemented with a focus on improving living conditions in slums and addressing the existing gaps in the regulations and policies for the improvement of slums. The programme also aims at sensitizing communities on the importance of the living environment, particularly in the three cities of Lomé, Sokodé and Cinkassé.
- Implementation Phase: Phase I
- Duration: August 2014 – July 2015
- Value: US$50,000
- Donor: European Commission and, the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Secretariat
- Implementing Partners: UN-Habitat and the Ministry of Urban Planning and Housing
- Profile cities/ location: Lomé, Sokodé and Cinkassé