Stakeholders from national and local governments, the private sector, and other UN-Habitat partners convened as the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) of the Healthy Oceans and Clean Cities Initiative (HOCCI).
One hundred nine internally displaced families now have homes to call their own as they received certificates of conditional award for permanent houses from UN-Habitat.
Five cities have committed reduce marine plastic litter (MPL) under the Healthy Oceans and Clean Cities Initiative (HOCCI), a regional project funded by the Government of Japan and being implemented by UN-Habitat in the Philippines.
MANILA, 30 December 2020 — In four municipalities of Albay province, where tens of thousands of Filipinos lost their homes […]
The Urban Resilience Investment Forum 2020, a three-part virtual event jointly organized by the Department of Human Settlements and Urban […]
The project applied the STDM to address the formidable challenge of establishing the people-to-land relationship in post-conflict Marawi, particularly within the Most Affected Area (MAA)/Ground Zero where most structure lay in ruins.
The World Cities Report 2020, titled ‘The Value of Sustainable Urbanization’, makes the case for cities to remain central in […]
Having a stable home is now, more than ever, a matter of survival. The Rebuilding Marawi through Community-Driven Shelter and […]
23 July 2020, Marawi City, Philippines –Twelve homeowners associations (HOAs) composed of internally displaced people (IDPs) of Marawi City signed […]
The Building Climate Resiliency through Urban Plans and Designs (BCRUPD) Project, implemented by UN-Habitat with national government and funding from […]