Project

Promoting city-wide inclusive sanitation through the Climate Resilience and Green Growth agenda in Senegal

At a Glance

Strategic Outcomes
Start Date Q1  2019
End Date
Funding Source partner
Actual Budget (USD) 0
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Actual Expenditure (USD)
Status Active
GGGI Share (USD)
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Thematic Area
  • Green Cities

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News • July 8, 2019

Kickoff Event of the Project on City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation Through Climate Resilience and Green Growth in Senegal

The official launch of the Project on City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation Through Climate Resilience and Green Growth in Senegal took place on Tuesday, July 2, 2019, at The Radisson Blu Hotel in Dakar. This workshop was chaired by the representative of the Minister of Water and Sanitation with a panel composed of: the Director-General of the […]

Melamchi Municipality, Situation Analysis for Green Municipal Development – English Nepal  • Green Cities
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Melamchi Municipality, Situation Analysis for Green Municipal Development – English

Nepal  • Green Cities

News • April 22, 2020

Innovative Solutions in Response to COVID-19: Achieving Post-Pandemic Green Growth in Rwanda

In many parts of the world, the coronavirus pandemic has laid bare the fragility of our economies as well as irrefutable truths about the inequalities of unsustainable systems. However, it has also revealed the potential for societies to leverage innovation and technology to improve livelihoods while minimizing anthropogenic causes of environmental degradation. For example, investments […]

News • February 7, 2019

Rwanda Climate Change, Urban Resilience and Green Cities at the Forefront during the 3rd National Urban Forum 2019

  At the third National Urban Forum we had an expected 300 urban experts in Kigali from 6-7 February examining previous work of the Government and partners in urban sector and setting new suggestions on how Rwanda ought to accomplish its objective of 35 percent urbanization rate by 2024. The Honourable Minister of Infrastructure, Claver […]