Strategic Urban Development Plan for Masaka Municipality
Masaka Strategic Urban Development Plan has been prepared by the UN-HABITAT in
collaboration with the Municipality of Masaka. It is one in a series of six plans developed
under phase I of the UN-HABITAT Urban Planning programme in the Lake Victoria region.
UN-HABITAT has supported this initiative with two main objectives: a) to provide an up-todate
spatial framework to guide its various programmes in a number of secondary towns
in the Lake Victoria region - all geared towards promoting environmental sustainability and
poverty reduction; b) to demonstrate the strength of participatory approaches in making
urban planning more inclusive and effective. This objective is underpinned by Focus Area
2 of the UN-HABITAT Medium Term Strategic and Institutional Plan (2008-11), which
emphasizes promoting participatory planning, management and governance as an integral
part in its mission to achieve sustainable urbanization around the world.
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ISBN Series Number: 978-92-1-132031-2 ISBN: 978-92-1-132273-6 HS Number: 161/10 Series Title:- Not available - Pages: 70 Year: 2010 Publisher: UN-HABITAT Co-Publisher :- Not available - Languages:
Themes: Urban planning and policy, Urban Development and Management Countries: Africa & Arab States, Kenya
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