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Transforming Settlements of the Urban Poor in Uganda : A Secondary Cities Support Programme

ACCESS TO LAND ACCESS TO SERVICES ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTING ADEQUATE SHELTER AFFILIATE AFFORDABLE LAND AUDITING AUDITORS BANK ACCOUNTS CADASTRAL MAPS CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL CITY CITIES ALLIANCE CITIES ALLIANCE CORE FUNDS CITIES ALLIANCE MEMBERS CITIES ALLIANCE SECRETARIAT CITIES ALLIANCE SUPPORT CITIES WITHOUT SLUMS CITY MANAGEMENT CITY MANAGERS COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY COHESION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY SAVINGS COMMUNITY STRUCTURES DECENTRALIZATION DESCRIPTION DEVELOPMENT OF LAND DISTRICTS DWELLING EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT EVICTIONS EXTERNAL AUDITORS FINANCIAL RISK FUNDS FLOW GENDER GOVERNMENT SUPPORT GROWTH OF SLUMS HABITAT HISTORICAL HERITAGE HOMES HOUSING HOUSING CONSTRUCTION HOUSING FINANCE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HUMAN SETTLEMENTS INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INSECURITY OF TENURE INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE INTERNAL CONTROLS INTERVENTIONS LAND USE LAND USE PLANS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL COMMUNITY LOCAL DEVELOPMENT LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL LEVEL LOW INCOME MANDATES MANY CITIES MIGRATION MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE MUNICIPAL LEVEL MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT MUNICIPAL SERVICES MUNICIPALITIES MUNICIPALITY NEW SLUMS OCCUPATION OPERATING COSTS PHYSICAL PLANNING PRIVATE HOUSING PRODUCTIVITY PUBLIC PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF LIFE OF SLUM DWELLERS RANGE OF CITIES REFUGEE POPULATION RESETTLEMENT REVENUE COLLECTION SECONDARY CITIES SECURE LAND TENURE SECURE TENURE SECURITY OF TENURE SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SETTLEMENT SETTLEMENT LEVEL SHELTERS SLUM SLUM AREAS SLUM CLEARANCE SLUM COMMUNITIES SLUM DWELLER SLUM DWELLERS INTERNATIONAL SLUM FORMATION SLUM SETTLEMENTS SLUM UPGRADING SLUMS SMALL BUSINESSES STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION STAKEHOLDERS STRATEGIC URBAN DEVELOPMENT SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE THREAT OF EVICTION TOURISM TOURISM INDUSTRY TOURISM POTENTIAL TOWN PLANNING TOWNS TRAININGS TRANSPORT UNPLANNED SETTLEMENTS URBAN ACTORS URBAN AREAS URBAN AUTHORITIES URBAN CENTRE URBAN COMMUNITIES URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN DEVELOPMENT AGENDA URBAN GOVERNANCE URBAN GOVERNMENT URBAN GROWTH URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN INVESTMENT URBAN ISSUES URBAN LAND URBAN MANAGEMENT URBAN MANAGEMENT TOOLS URBAN PERIPHERY URBAN PLANNING URBAN POLICY URBAN POOR URBAN POOR COMMUNITIES URBAN POOR HOUSEHOLDS URBAN POPULATION URBAN POVERTY URBAN PROBLEMS URBAN SECTOR URBAN SERVICE URBAN SERVICE DELIVERY URBAN SERVICES URBANIZATION YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2013-03-15T14:55:27Z | 2013-03-15T14:55:27Z | 2010-05-19

This report describes theTransforming Settlements of the Urban Poor in Uganda. A Secondary Cities Support Program (TSUPU), is the first national initiative within the Cities Alliance's global programme, Land, Services and Citizenship for the Urban Poor (LSC). The first premise of the Medium Term Strategy is that the Cities Alliance should prioritise working with those governments already committed to change and reform over time for three main reasons: the Cities Alliance support will have a far greater impact, and the opportunities for learning and knowledge sharing will be greatly enhanced, and the model or example to other cities or countries will be more emphatic. Based on this, a program has been designed to support a selected group of developing countries who have recognized the importance of dealing with the challenge of rapid urbanisation, growing cities and deepening urban poverty. The report outlines the activities the TSUPU has designed, that will help the Ugandan government to identify and capture the positive elements of urbanisation, and create inclusive cities without slums in order to maximise the potential of urbanisation by proactively managing urban growth.

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