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UN-Habitat and partners to hold a post emergency conference in Sri Lanka  
Colombo, Sri Lanka, 20 Jan 14
UN-Habitat and its partners will host a conference on post emergency shelter reconstruction in Sri Lankain March this year.
Theme: Case Studies in Financing Human Settlements in Africa: Appropriate Legislative Frameworks and Innovations in Implementation  
Ndjamena, Chad, 15 Jan 14
The first African Ministerial Conference on Housing and Urban Development (AMCHUD) was held in Durban, South Africa, from 31 January to 4 February 2005. The conference, whose theme was Urbanization, Shelter and Development: Towards an Enhanced Framework for Sustainable Cities and Towns in Africa, reflected the political will in Africa to address the challenge of urbanization and goal of sustainable human settlements at a continental level.
US Representatives visit UN-Habitat’s work in DRC  
Goma, 14 Jan 14
The U.S. Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo, James C. Swan, Embassy representatives, and a USAID representative have visited the territory of Rutshuru in North Kivu, which was recently freed from M23 rebel movement occupation. 
Nigeria’s Zamfara State contributes USD 2 Million for joint projects with UN-Habitat  
Nairobi, 14 Jan 14
Nigeria’s Zamfara State on Tuesday signed an agreement under which it will make a contribution of USD 2 million to UN-Habitat over three years (2014-2016) for socio-economic and urban planning projects in selected towns and cities of the state.
UN-Habitat Launches New Tool to Strengthen Urban Resilience  
Barcelona, 19 Dec 13
UN-Habitat has launched a new initiative to help the growing number of urban dwellers cope with the rising costs and impacts of natural disasters and man made threats.
Partnership towards Energy Efficiency buildings in East Africa  
Nairobi, 19 Dec 13
romote academic capacity building and knowledge transfer for energy access, efficiency and low-carbon technologies in the field of sustainable housing.
Partnership forwards New Urban Agenda in Saudi Arabia  
Riyadh, 19 Dec 13
HRH Prince Mansour Bin Moteab Bin Abdel Aziz, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs(MOMRA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Dr. Jon Clos, Executive Director of UN-Habitat,have signed a four-year programme of cooperation agreement for the development of the “Future Saudi Cities” Programme. 
Dubai International Award for Best Practices: Launching the 10th Cycle (2014)  
Dubai , 18 Dec 13
Call for submissions

Do you have a programme or project which has resulted in the improvement of the living environment of urban dwellers?

UN-Habitat and Dubai Municipality offer you an opportunity for global recognition through the Dubai International Award for Best Practices to Improve the Living Environment. Every two years, 12 submissions are awarded as winners and 100+ recognized as best practices for their innovative ways of dealing with the common social, economic, and environmental problems.
UN-Habitat launches Arab Network for Green Buildings  
Riyadh, 17 Dec 13
UN-Habitat’s Regional Office for Arab States’ Director Dr. Mostafa Madbouly has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Saudi Green Building Forum and the Egyptian Council for Green Buildings, launching the first Arab Network for Green Buildings.
IDP settlement planning and strategy presented in Mogadishu  
Somalia, 16 Dec 13
Since the 1990s, armed conflict in Mogadishu and recurring famine in southern Somalia has resulted in the protracted and massive displacement of thousands of families – population movements of up to 20,000 people within a single week into or out of the capital. Since 2007, when fighting between government forces and anti-government militias intensified, an estimated 400,000 people have fled from the war zones in Mogadishu and settled along a 20-kilometre stretch of road leading out of the city. This has become known as the ‘Afgooye Corridor’ and is the largest single concentration of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the world.
 
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