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Sub-National Urban Policy

A Guide

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Maria del Pilar Tellez , Remy Sietchiping, Massimo Perrino

01 January 2020

Vicky Quinlan

English

uKESA Librarian2

Guide/ Handbook

Kenya

Sub-national Urban Policy: A Guide, is an instrument to support urban management for governments and stakeholders, especially at the sub-national level. It is based on experiences collected at different levels of sub-national governments and regions around the world. It broadens knowledge and commitment to better understand what sub-national urban policies are, what they are for, who benefits from them, and the problems they try to solve. 


In the Guide, you will find suggestions on how to develop Sub-national Urban Policies, the necessary phases of the process, as well as citizen participation and multi-level governance.


The guide offers governments and stakeholders the conceptual and methodological aspects for the development of sub-national urban policies. It sets out the steps for the successful development, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of sub-national urban policies through a flexible process that adapts to different contexts.
 

 

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Built environment

Cities

Governance

Human settlements

Inclusive cities

Integrated development

Kenya

Livelihoods

Nations

Participation

Policy

Poverty & inequality

Regional planning

Regional relationships

SDGs

Territory

Urban areas

Urban development

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