Explanations, references and information on global agendas and their relevance for cities
Nepalese urban areas have been marked by considerable administrative changes over the past years. Sixteen selected municipalities in provinces of Nepal City used the City WORKS approach and drew several lessons.
In Palestine, three cities put their local planning tools to the test and assessed them against the SDGs. They adapted the City WORKS approach and tools to make them more responsive to their needs and context.
In a series of workshops, local government employees in Egypt received training on the relevance of the 2030 Agenda for their local needs and for urban planning. They learned how to develop and monitor urban measures that address the SDGs.
The goal in Ghana was to set up an adequate monitoring system at the regional level that contributes to national SDG reporting. So, what data already exists? And what kind of data is really suitable for (local) SDG reporting?
The mayor of Sebkha, a sub-community of Nouakchott, is striving for projects that benefit his citizens and simultaneously contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals. Have a look at how City WORKS tools helped him in this regard.