Regional Urban DST

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Regional Urban DST by Mind Map: Regional Urban DST

1. Urban poor

1.1. SDI

1.1.1. Network of community-based organizations of the urban poor in 33 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This is a global platform to help local initiatives develop alternatives to evictions while also impacting on the global agenda for urban development. Started in 1996

1.2. WEIGO

1.2.1. Global network focused on securing livelihoods & increase the voice, visibility and validity of the working poor, especially women. Their work is mostly concentrated in 5 core programmes: organization 7 representation, statistics, global trade, social protection, urban policies, Founded in 1997

1.3. Orangi Pilot Project

1.3.1. Project carried out by 3 Pakistani NGOs involving the local residents in solving their own sanitation problems, using innovative methods to provide adequate low cost sanitation, health, housing and microfinance facilities. Initial project launched in the 1980s.

1.4. SEWA

1.4.1. Organisation of poor, self-employed women workers. Aims to organise women workers for full employment (meaning: employment whereby workers obtain work security, income security, food security and social security (at least health care, child care and shelter). Trade union registered in 1972

1.5. Solo Kota Kita

1.5.1. Developing tools for neighborhood advocacy and citizen planning in Surakarta (Solo), Central Java, Indonesia. Launched in MArch 2009

1.6. Sevanatha

1.6.1. Revitalize and enhance the capacities and creativity of urban and rural poor in Sri Lanka. Started in 1989

2. UNDG Guidelines for integrating urbanization at national level

3. 2013 Strategy and Action Plan

3.1. Challenge fund (not executed)

3.2. South-South exchange

3.3. Mapping methodology

4. UN-Habitat

4.1. Global agenda setting: Habitat III APUF - May 2015 in Bangkok (high level regional meeting) --> World Urban Forum ......

5. Inclusive Growth team

5.1. Urban Futures conference

5.2. Research papers

5.2.1. Iran

5.2.2. India

5.2.3. Mongolia

5.2.4. Philippines

5.3. Mapping in Cambodia

5.3.1. Regional HDR (Ageing)

5.3.2. ASEAN report on SDGs

6. Disaster Risk Reduction

6.1. Resilient Cities initiative with UN-Habitat and .... (seeking funding from RF)

7. UNDG

8. Country Offices

8.1. Afghanistan

8.2. Bangladesh

8.2.1. Urban Forum

8.3. Cambodia

8.4. China

8.4.1. Capacity Building

8.4.1.1. Disaster management

8.4.1.2. Low-carbon pilots (not yet funded)

8.4.1.3. Emissions public buses

8.4.1.4. Public participation in government performance review

8.4.2. Public Engagement

8.4.2.1. USCI Index/Awards

8.4.2.2. Sustainable communities prize challenge

8.4.3. Policy/Research

8.4.3.1. NHDR

8.4.3.2. CASS SU R/S project

8.4.3.3. Green blogs

8.4.3.4. Beyond Smart cities

8.4.3.5. low-carbon cities CCICED

8.5. India

8.6. Indonesia

8.7. Iran

8.8. Lao PDR

8.8.1. Quality of Investment, Jobs/employment, effective use of resources

8.8.2. Strengthen oversight function of political leader on emerging urban challenges

8.8.3. Adaptation to Climate Change

8.9. Malaysia

8.9.1. UVG - Urban Vulnerable Group

8.9.2. B50% Housing

8.9.3. Low-carbon cities

8.9.4. 11th Malaysia Plan (SEDL + EE)

8.9.5. Cultural Mapping

8.10. Mongolia

8.11. Nepal

8.11.1. Urban Development concept note

8.12. Philippines

8.13. Thailand

8.13.1. Environment

8.13.1.1. low-carbon city

8.13.1.2. GEF

8.13.1.3. DRR

8.13.2. Government and social advocacy:

8.13.2.1. participatory planning / livelihood, vulnerable group

8.13.2.2. Contribute to idea sepcial cities

8.13.2.3. Working in fragile areas (social cohesion)

8.13.2.4. Women empowerment

8.14. Vietnam

8.14.1. Multidimensional Poverty Reduction in Urban settings (HCMC)

8.14.2. Social Assistance project

8.14.3. Environment / DRR

8.14.3.1. Urban Disaster Risk Management

8.14.3.2. Migration and Climate Change Analysis

8.14.3.3. Green City Development

8.14.3.4. Urban Environmental challenges (e.g. Energy efficiency in certain industries, hazardous waste management)

8.14.3.5. Climate Change analyis and capacity building

9. External organizations

9.1. Cities Alliance: Urban forums

9.2. Potential partners

9.3. ACCRN

9.4. Oxfam

9.5. Rockefeller Foundation

9.6. ACHR

9.7. Slum Dwellers International

10. Green cities

10.1. ADB

10.1.1. Green cities

10.1.1.1. Green City Action plans

10.1.1.2. Urban profiles

10.1.1.3. Investment and capacity development plans for new initiatives

10.2. World Bank

10.3. World Research Institute

10.4. USAID

10.4.1. City Links Programme

10.4.1.1. water and sanitation, Climate Change, and Food and Agriculture. (the latter two seem to focus more on poverty and vulnerability

10.4.1.2. “Low emissions, Climate Resilient Development”

10.4.1.3. North-South exchange: pairs US cities with developing cities

10.5. C40

10.5.1. Climate Change Risk Assessment Framework and Tool (CRAFT)

10.5.1.1. Taxonomy of city climate hazards to improve communication between global cities (& also local stakeholders such as businesses). Sharing challenges, opportunities and best practices, and providing a platform for joint problemsolving.

10.5.2. Our Connecting Delta Cities Network

10.5.2.1. Spatial dvt, water management and adaptation to support delta cities.

10.5.3. The Cool Cities Network

10.5.3.1. Mitigate the urban heat island effect by increasing the solar reflectance of buildings and pavements.

10.5.4. Climate Risk Assessment Network

10.5.4.1. Working with cities to build climate resilient cities through best practice understanding and prioritization of climate change risks

11. Governance

12. Global DST to develop UNDP Urban corporate strategy

13. Asia pacific Urban strategy