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Habitat III National Report Tanzania

Reports & Research
Junho, 2016

Tanzania implemented extensive policy, legislative and structural reforms taken
and taken several other measures to fulfil her commitments to the Habitat II
Agenda. Yet achieving the objectives of "shelter for all" and "sustainable human
settlements in an urbanizing world" has remained elusive, due to financial and
human resource limitations of the urban authorities and rapid urbanization. Lack
of access to affordable housing, finance, land and services has resulted in most of

Land in the New Urban Agenda - A Briefing note for Policy-Makers

Policy Papers & Briefs
Junho, 2016

Land is central to sustainable urban development as most measures are only possible to be realized if sufficient land at the right location is available and affordable. The issues of land in human settlements are increasingly similar in countries at all levels of economic development from small rural settlements in developed countries to mega-cities in developing countries.This briefing note outlines commitments that policy makers in local governments should make and act upon regarding land issues within the New Urban Agenda.


Reports & Research
Maio, 2016

The SPR 2015 provides a management record of sector progress over the financial years 2006/07-2014/15, identifying issues arising, as background for an analysis of main challenges for the sector. The LHUD sector challenges suggest that there is need to focus on adjustment of policy and strategic orientation, institution reforms, planning and implementation, and financial performance.

On the Engagement of Excluded Groups in Inclusive Cities

Março, 2016

The term “inclusive cities” is
increasingly being used as a “catch-all” phrase to signify
intent but with little precision in its use. In this note we
use “inclusive cities” to mean cities in which we see a
commitment to an inclusive politics with the establishment
of institutionalized interactions between organized groups
of disadvantaged citizens and the state with local
government taking a primary role. They are also cities in