Workshop on Enabling Inclusive Cities

Events

Workshop on Enabling Inclusive Cities

28 October 2013 to 29 October 2013
Manila
Philippines

Spearheaded by ADB’s Urban Operational Plan (UOP) Inclusive Cities' Focal Group, the Workshop on Enabling Inclusive Cities and the Symposium on Cities and Slums held on 28-30 October 2013 were back-to-back activities organized by the Urban Community of Practice geared towards the Enabling Inclusive Cities Agenda of the UOP.

The Workshop on Enabling Inclusive Cities was organized for participants to: (i) gain appreciation and understanding of the tools and methods imbibed in the toolkit; (ii) familiarize themselves on using an “inclusive approach” in designing urban sector projects; and (iii) get a first-hand experience of actual outputs and outcomes of an inclusive urban development project.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
28 Oct 2013 Opening Remarks Anand Chiplunkar
28 Oct 2013 Objectives and Rationale of the Activity; Workshop Structure Enabling Inclusive Cities
Apart from the program overview, thispresentation discussesaspects that matter to inclusive urban development. It also sharesinformation on ADB’s experiences...
Florian Steinberg
28 Oct 2013 Presentation An Integrated Approach to Inclusive Urban Development
With the aim to promote an integrated approach towards inclusive urban development growth, thispresentation discussescross-sectoral prioritization, project...
Ramola Naik-Singru
28 Oct 2013 Presentation Analyzing Urban Poverty and Vulnerability at Project Level
Thispresentation explainsthe concepts of inclusiveness, poverty reduction, and vulnerability. It clarifiesmyths and misconceptions on urban poverty. The...
Armin Bauer
28 Oct 2013 Presentation Community Driven Approach to Infrastructure and Basic Services
The delivery of infrastructure and basic urban services does not reach the urban population living in resettlement areas in Myanmar. Addressing exclusion...
Linda Adams
28 Oct 2013 Presentation Civil Society Participation in Urban Sector Projects Elaine Thomas
28 Oct 2013 Presentation Neighborhood Upgrading and Shelter Project
Many poor households in Indonesia live in informal areas of cities with deteriorating services that local governments could not provide. Funded by ADB...
Siti Hasanah
28 Oct 2013 Presentation Bangladesh Coastal Towns Environmental Infrastructure Project: Inclusive Approach for Disaster Risk Management
Supporting change on the ground by working with those most at risk, the BangladeshCoastal Towns Environmental Infrastructure Project is an example of ...
Ron Slangen, Arghya Sinha Roy
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
29 Oct 2013 Presentation Vietnam: Secondary Cities Development Project
Tam Ky, Han Tinh, and Buon Ma Thuot are recognized as rapidly developing urban areas in Viet Nam, but can be hampered by weak infrastructure and urban...
Sonia Chand Sandhu
29 Oct 2013 Presentation Pakistan: Karachi Mass-Transit Project
There is lack of public transport availability on all major routes in the city of Karachi inPakistan. To address this, the Karachi Transport Improvement...
David Margonsztern
29 Oct 2013 Presentation Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Areas Development Investment Program Arnaud Heckmann
29 Oct 2013 Presentation Timor-Leste Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Enhancement Sector Project
Timor-Leste faces a number of challenges in water supply and onsite sanitation system. This Asian Development Bank-supported project aims to improve the...
Allison Woodruff

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