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LGD & UNDP’s climate resilient housing for urban poo...

GOPALGANJ, NOVEMBER 23 (2021): The Local Government Division (LGD) and UNDP Bangladesh have initiated a climate-resilient housing project for 336 urban low-income families in Gopalganj Paurashava.…

The future of Bangladesh’s new frontier cities

According to media reports, the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) recently decided to demolish and rebuild 805 bridges nationwide to pay the price…

Education bars child marriage for climate migrants in urb...

Urban slums and low-income settlements house approximately 47 per cent of Bangladesh’s population. Life in these settlements is rife with challenges, especially for children. Despite…

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The LIUPC project under UNDP’s National Urban Poverty Reduction Programme (NUPRP) follows the successful Urban Partnerships for Poverty Reduction (UPPR) project that demonstrated solutions to the urban governance challenges in Bangladesh. LIUPCP directly builds upon the experience of the DFID-funded and UNDP-implemented UPPR programme that developed a community-led approach to slum improvement in 23 City Corporations and Class A Pourashvas in between 2008 and 2015, addressing issues of commun...





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