TECHNICAL BRIEF participatory planning for inclusive urban governance

Practical Action Bangladesh have implemented a four-year long (2012 - 2016) multi-country (Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka) project named Integrated Urban Development (IUD)-II project, focusing participatory planning for inclusive urban governance. It came as a follow-up of IUD-I project had been implemented from 2006 to 2009. We have worked in Faridpur and Jessore Municipalities with the aim of promoting decentralised urban governance to empower the slum dwellers through effective engagement with the Municipality Governance.

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