The Sustainable Urban Economic Development (SUED) programme is a five-year programme supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
SUED aims to support up to 10 fast-growing municipalities in Kenya to develop sustainable urban economic plans and attract investment for critical infrastructure and value chain projects. This support will help create the right conditions for these emerging urban areas to grow in a way that is both inclusive and sustainable, reducing rural-urban poverty.
Itad has been appointed to deliver the monitoring, evaluation and learning component of SUED to support programme learning and adaptation, and contribute to the global knowledge base on what works and doesn’t work in bringing about sustainable urban development at the town/country level.
For more information on the programme see the SUED website.
Contact Fabiola Lopez-Gomez (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to discuss this project.
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