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    Jed Patrick Mabilog

    Mayor of Iloilo City, Philippines

    From development plans to implementation

    Iloilo City is very fortunate to have been chosen as one of CDIA’s pilot sites in crafting and transforming development plans and infrastructure investments into their successful implementation.

    Jed Patrick Mabilog

    Mayor of Iloilo City, Philippines

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    Khoo Teng Chye

    Executive Director, Center for Livable Cities, Singapore

    Valued partner since inception

    The Center for Livable Cities is happy to work with CDIA and has successfully collaborated with CDIA and its partners in various training events on overcoming urban management challenges

    Khoo Teng Chye

    Executive Director, Center for Livable Cities, Singapore

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    Mawardy Nurdin

    Former Mayor Banda Aceh City, Indonesia

    Valuable projects in re-development

    Through CDIA support, Banda Aceh has been able to develop our first PPP project, and strengthen cooperation with government organizations at local and national levels.

    Mawardy Nurdin

    Former Mayor Banda Aceh City, Indonesia

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WHAT is CDIA?

CDIA aims to contribute to the promotion of sustainable and equitable urban development, leading to improved environmental and living conditions for all in Asian cities.

To achieve this, CDIA bridges the gap between strategic city development planning and urban policies, services, and infrastructure project preparation.

The operational objectives of CDIA, are to improve urban infrastructure and services management through:

  • Providing technical assistance in structuring priority infrastructure projects to a stage where they can be financed.
  • Helping cities structure their projects to attract market-based international private investment.
  • Strengthening local institutional prerequisites for development of capital investment infrastructure projects and urban services; and
  • Promoting regional dialogue and cooperation on urban management in Asia to enhance cross-learning from good local practices.

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CDIA City Interventions
96 Cities
46 Prioritization exercises
70 PFS completed
45 PFS linked to finance
5.3 Billion US$ expected infrastructure investment value
13 Projects wherein construction has started or has been completed

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