December 16, 2020 , 6:25 am
DiMSUR News, Regional news
“In Grande Comore Island, communities organized themselves into associations for development projects with the aim of strengthening resilience, improving drainage of rainwater, and accessibility.”– Mhoudine Sitti Farouata, Governor of Grande Comore Island, Union of Comoros.
“Key lesson from CityRAP in Mutare include the use of community mapping processes, focus group discussions inclusive across all groups, workshops and self-assessments,”– said Joshua Maligwa, City Town Clerk, Zimbabwe.
“The best practices for building urban resilience in Eswatini include using off-grid renewable energy plans and building a transfer station for shipping hazardous waste in one confinement to reduce pollution,”– Alice Russo, Matsapha Town Council Chairperson, Eswatini.
UN-Habitat, Oxfam, DiMSUR and the Government of Mozambique join efforts to strengthen capacities of Local Governments in building climate resilience August 19, 2022 , 11:17
UPDATE – Building Urban Climate Resilience inMorondava, Madagascar August 11, 2022 , 2:24 pm DiMSUR, Madagascar As part of the UN Habitat Adaptation Funded project
DiMSUR – A disclosure of an active institutionDreaming of a more resilient region July 27, 2022 , 9:31 am DiMSUR 26th of July 2022 –
HIGH RELEVANCE INTERVENTIONS PROMOTING CHANGE FOR COMMUNITIES CityRAP – A TRANSFORMATIVE TOOL July 04, 2022 , 9:46 am International News, CityRAP And yet another high-impact
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