Yokohama's Urban Development plans to interconnect various functions of the city, such as community, medical care, nursing, disaster management and employment, can support lives in residential areas experiencing aging and decreasing population.
Naga City's core attempts to vitalize the river include flood prevention, river transportation systems, riverwalk, sanitation, waste management and the Isla Sison Redevelopment. Approximately 20,000 households (40% of which live in poverty) are expected to benefit from the better living environment.
Update: All applications need to be received by 23 September. However, due to several requests for extension, the project team has decided to accept additional information (such as endorsement letters) until 28 September. If you need to avail of this extension, kindly clearly indicate in your submission of 23 September what information is to follow in support of your application.UN ESCAP and UN-Habitat invite cities and towns in Asia and the Pacific to join the project “Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into local action in support of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific”.The aim of this multi-year project is to assist pilot cities in undertaking a participatory process that works towards transforming their urban resource management into more sustainable systems. Through a locally-driven co-learning process, urban stakeholders will strengthen evidence-based and integrated decision-making approaches. The focus is on jointly initiating or revising a local plan or initiative and implementing prioritized activities that enhance sustainable urban resource management and contribute to the city’s progress on the 2030 Agenda.Please go to the link and find more information about becoming a pilot city of this project.