Community Dialogue on "" The City We Need"
Following up on one of the recommendations from the previous series of dialogues on urban development and creating inclusive and sustainable cities, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and UCOBAC are now hosting a community dialogue on “Responsible urban land governance for equitable access to land, adequate housing and public open spaces.”
The objectives of the dialogue to be held in Kampala Central Division include;
• Broaden and strengthen engagement of grassroots communities with key actors on urban land, housing and public open spaces in the city.
• Discuss the community challenges related to acess to land and security of tenure, housing and adequate availability of public open spaces, in order to collectively come up with sustainable and effective solutions.
• Clarify individual stakeholder commitments, roles and responsibilities and how participation of the urban population/ affected communities, especially in Kampala Central Division is ensured.
• Sharing existing strategies, practices and mechanisms in promoting pro-poor and inclusive land governance, provision of housing for everyone, and of adequate public open spaces which are responsive to the needs of urban communities especially in Kampala Central Division.
Look out for updates on these engagements on UCOBAC website, social pages and publications.