Connective Cities seeks to establish a network of urban practitioners to foster exchange and learning from practical experiences. The membership will comprise individuals and institutions from the local governments, local government associations, policy makers, private sector, non-state actors and the academia.
Connective Cities will:
Through the network, members will:
Good urban governance, integrated urban development, local economic development and municipal services are the focal thematic areas for Connective Cities and the framework within which the network members will engage. The learning processes organized by Connective Cities are informed by themes selected for the region based on need and further refined in consultation with stakeholders. The themes for Sub Saharan Africa for this project phase (2019 -2022) are:
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Interested? Would you also like to contribute your expertise? For further information, please contact Sophia Kamau, Connective Cities regional network coordinator for sub-Saharan Africa: sophia.kamau(at)giz.de
07/09/2020 to 14/09/2020
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