Confronting the Crisis in Urban Poverty (häftad)
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Confronting the Crisis in Urban Poverty (häftad)

Confronting the Crisis in Urban Poverty

Making Integrated Approaches Work

Häftad Engelska, 2006-12-01
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The challenge of urban poverty is growing every year. It is predicted that over 95% of global population growth between 2000 and 2030 will take place in the cities of the developing world. If current trends continue, the huge majority of those will end up in slums. Tackling urban poverty, however, has had a lower profile than other of the Millennium Development Goals, for example the one on water - despite the efforts of major players such as UN-Habitat. This book makes a case for approaches to urban development that are locally driven and which complement the vast investments and efforts of slum-dwellers themselves. It discusses a range of approaches for achieving that, focusing on practical experiences and clear lessons for the future. Essential reading for development practitioners, donors and funding agencies, academics and students interested in NGO-supported approaches to urban development.
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At the time of writing Dr Lucy Stevens was Programme Co-ordinator, Access to Services, Practical Action Dr Stuart Coupe is International Projects Manager, Reducing Vulnerability Programme, Practical Action Dr Diana Mitlin is Senior Research Associate, International Institute for Environment and Development and Lecturer, Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester


Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction: Context and Framework. Chapter 2: Sudan. Practical Action, Kassala and Khartoum. Chapter 3: Angola. CARE, Luanda. Chapter 4: Mozambique. CARE, Maputo. Chapter 5: Bangladesh. Practical Action study reviewing work of a range of NGOs in Faridpur town. Chapter 6: Zimbabwe. Practical Action Chitungwiza and Epworth. Chapter 7: Pakistan. Orangi Pilot Project, Karachi. Chapter 8: India. Society for Development Studies, Alwar. Chapter 9: South Africa. South African Homeless People's Federation, Cape Town. Chapter 10: Kenya. Practical Action, Nakuru, Mavoko. Chapter 11: Conclusion.