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CDIA Re-engages With Dushanbe City to Further Support its Water and Sanitation Sector

CDIA has begun a new project preparation study (PPS) in Dushanbe, Tajikistan to ensure the availability of water supply and sanitation (WSS) services for its ...

2020 in Review

The world is now into the final days of 2020, an extremely challenging year. Just as the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill, ...

CDIA Offers Blueprint for Building Sustainable Cities in Uzbekistan

CDIA held a final workshop on December 17, 2020 to present the outputs of its project preparation study (PPS) in the cities of Djizzak, Khiva ...

Infrastructure Can Build Climate Resilience in Cities, If Planned the Right Way

The reciprocal relationship between cities and climate There is bad news and good news here; the bad news is that Asia’s growing cities are major contributors ...

Transport Advisory Project Brings Quick, Lasting Wins for Sustainable Mobility in Tbilisi

CDIA held a virtual workshop on November 26, 2020 to mark the culmination of its advisory project that supported Tbilisi’s shift to sustainable mobility. “The results ...

Six Innovations That Will Promote Sustainable Urbanization in Uzbekistan

CDIA is supporting the government of Uzbekistan to achieve its priority agenda of sustainable urbanization. Through its ongoing project preparation study (PPS), CDIA’s development experts ...

Tbilisi Improves Public Transit With New Bus Lanes

The Tbilisi City government has introduced new bus priority lanes along some of its major streets to give commuters faster, safer and more reliable transport ...

Breathing Life into Urban Communities

Pockets of decaying or underutilized areas hamper city livability and economic viability. The cities of Djizzak, Khiva and Yangiyer/Havas in Uzbekistan are currently facing this ...

CDIA’s Work Continues, Even in the Face of A Global Emergency

CDIA has taken measures to adapt and keep its projects on track during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDIA team is headquartered in Manila, but since ...

Developing Integrated Solutions for Urban Issues in Uzbekistan

Recognizing cities as engines of growth, Uzbekistan has set sustainable urbanization as a priority agenda, with the goal of increasing its urbanization level to 60% by 2030. This policy calls ...

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