Learning Lessons from The Bangalore Urban Poverty Alleviation Programme: Participatory Approaches to Urban Development
The present report contains the findings of a review study of the BUPP programme in the context of the SINPA programme. This study aims to be relevant in a practical, operational sense, first for the Bangladesh city of Tangail, then for other cities in Bangladesh which want to set up Urban Platforms, and also for the other SINPA countries Zambia and Bolivia. It aimed to collect concrete and applicable suggestions and recommendations leading from the experiences of stakeholders involved in the BUPP programme (see an abstract of the study’s Terms of Reference in annex II).
|Keywords||poverty alleviation, urban development, urban poverty|
|Publisher||Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS)|
de Wit, J., & Krishnamurthy, A.N.. (2000). Learning Lessons from The Bangalore Urban Poverty Alleviation Programme: Participatory Approaches to Urban Development (No. IHS SINPA 24). Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/32241