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A Strategy for Climate-Sensitive Urban Development in Garowe, Somalia

2024 - From Local Climate Change Assessment to Concrete Urban Initiatives

Author:

RACCA Team und Mónica Muñoz/ Mesopartner

Publisher:

Connective Cities

Description:

Connective Cities has supported the development of a bottom-up strategy for climate-resilient urban development, known as the Climate-Sensitive City Development Strategy (CSCD). This involved a participatory methodology for identifying and analyzing key entry points for municipal action. Garowe was the first pilot project where this methodology and the design of the CSCD strategy were tested. We are pleased to present this strategy to you here.

Connective Cities was commissioned by the GIZ project "Promotion of social and economic inclusion of extreme poor IDPs and residents of host communities in Puntland, Somalia" (SEIPP) to support the development of an integrated climate protection concept (adaptation and partial mitigation) for the city of Garowe, Puntland, Somalia. SEIPP is dedicated to promoting the socio-economic integration of extremely poor internally displaced persons and residents of host communities in Puntland, Somalia.

If you have any questions about the methodology or are interested in discussing it, please contact Paulina Koschmieder: paulina.koschmieder(at)giz.de

Language:

Englisch

Page count:

18

Copyright:

Connective Cities

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