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Habitat Debate Financing for the Urban Poor , Volume 13, No. 1
Volume 13, No. 1 (Series title)
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    Part of the overall reform of the United Nations, this plan covering the years 2008-2013, provides a new shared vision. It is forged in the collaboration of all parties, from Governments to Local authorities and other Habitat Agenda partners, to the beneficiaries themselves. UN-HABITAT sees a way forward in five key areas of focus: advocacy, monitoring and partnerships; participatory urban planning, management and governance; affordable land and housing; environmentally-sound and affordable basic infrastructure and services; and, most importantly, strengthening human settlements finance systems.

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    HS Number: 1142/09E
    Series Title: Volume 13, No. 1
    Pages: 24
    Year: 2007
    Publisher: UN-HABITAT
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    Languages: English
    Themes: Urban Development and Management, Land and Housing, Water Sanitation and Infrastructure, Risk Reduction and Rehabilitation , Social Inclusion, Information and Monitoring
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    Branch/Office: Executive Director
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