The Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda are remarkable commitments by the global community to a sustainable and better life for all.
Municipalities and other stakeholders are challenged with questions about how these global goals can be translated to local realities and how appropriate solutions and processes can be introduced.
As a contribution to the creation of liveable and water-wise cities, a number of municipalities in Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines, Vietnam) and West and Central Asia (Jordan) are working together with BORDA and its partners on the management of urban waters, applying an integrated sanitation approach.
In October 2017, mayors and deputy mayors from these municipalities, provincial and national governments representatives as well as institutes and BORDA local partner organizations from Southeast Asia met a City Forum, conducted by BORDA, and set up the City Alliance ‘People. Sanitation. Cities’
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