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CDIA Contributes to ‘Public Space-led Urban Development’ Session at UCLG ASPAC Congress

September 27, 2018|Mia Simpao

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CDIA through its Program Management Officer Mia Simpao, showcased the initiative of its city partner – Yangzhou, People’s Republic of China at the session on “Public Space-led Urban Development: Towards a Regional Strategy.” The session was organized by the United Nations Habitat as part of the UCLG-ASPAC Congress on September 14, 2018 in Surabaya, Indonesia.

CDIA and Partners Advance SDG Localization at UCLG ASPAC Congress

September 27, 2018|Mia Simpao

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“How Do I Implement the Sustainable Development Goals in My City?” – This was the key question addressed at the training session jointly organized by CDIA, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia (UNESCAP) and United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) on 12 September 2018 in Surabaya, Indonesia. The session was conducted as part of the UCLG-ASPAC Congress 2018.

Building the Capacity for Local Public-Private Partnerships

September 26, 2018|Gebhard Ott

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A key development priority of the Philippine government under its “Build, Build, Build” program is to accelerate high-impact infrastructure projects that will keep up with the needs of the country’s rapidly-growing population and improve the quality of its existing facilities.

Supporting Siem Reap’s Wastewater Collection Network

September 26, 2018|Oliver Baudler

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The city of Siem Reap, Cambodia has a  population of more than 230,000 and is the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor, which is receiving around 1.5 million tourists per year. Although being such a key point of attraction for the tourists as well as an important source of income for the locals, its infrastructure is not able to keep up with the rapidly growing demand. To alleviate these problems, CDIA is conducting a Project Preparation Study on Wastewater Collection in the city.

Cagayan de Oro City Implements Key Waste Management Investment Plans

September 19, 2018|Susan Jose

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A fast growing city in Southern Philippines, Cagayan de Oro used to be highly criticized for its poor waste disposal system and lack of sanitation facilities.  Not anymore.  As seen by CDIA during its recent monitoring visit, the city is gradually putting in place investments to reduce adverse effects of waste on health, the environment, and in the aesthetic value of the city’s surroundings.

Engaging Young People in Sustainable Urban Development

August 31, 2018|Lee Lambert

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International Youth Day is held each year on the 12th of August to celebrate the contribution of young people in developing societies all over the world. In line with this, CDIA brings you a story of how we have paved the way to mainstream youth engagement in our projects – supporting the fact that the youth has a valuable role to play in sustainable urban development.

Successful Project Kick-off to Improve Urban Services in Yangon City

August 31, 2018|Lee Lambert

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At the project kick-off mission held on August 19-24, 2018 in Yangon, Myanmar, CDIA formally set up the project preparation study (PPS) to help the city improve its urban resilience and liveability.

Ensuring CDIA’s Smooth Transition into an ADB Trust Fund

August 30, 2018|Oliver Baudler

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This year was welcomed by two important milestones – the start of the implementation of CDIA Strategy 2018-2022; and the creation of a CDIA Trust Fund hosted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to ensure the long-term financial sustainability of the initiative.

Financial Modelling Training Enables Bankability Assessment of Local PPP Projects

August 30, 2018|Gebhard Ott

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In cooperation with CDIA’s national partner organization, the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines (PPP Center), a Financial Modelling Training was conducted on 7-10 August 2018 in Quezon City, Philippines.

Closer Public-Private Collaboration Eyed after Partners Event

August 29, 2018|Gebhard Ott

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Better coordination and stronger partnerships are prerequisites of a successful public-private partnership (PPP) project. With this in mind, the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines (PPP Center) and CDIA launched a Partners Event on July 30, 2018 in Quezon City.

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