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Tamale to benefit from Urban Resilient Project

With funding from the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the European Union (EU), The Tamale Metropolitan Assembly in the Northern Region through the Ministry of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development (MLGDRD) is expected to benefit from a proposed urban resilient project.

The project would build the capacity of the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly staff to withstand and adapt to the adverse impact of climate change.

The proposed project interventions would improve the living conditions of residents of Tamale through construction and rehabilitation of urban infrastructure, implementation of climate preventive strategies through a multi-stakeholder approach as well as strengthen the planning capacity of the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly by mainstreaming climate change considerations.

The proposed project is in its preparation stage and expected to be finalized in the last quarter of this year for further action.

To start the preparation, the consultants on the proposed project would also engage with the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly and other key institutions to ascertain climate-related issues in the Region through appropriate project implementations to roll out effective mitigation strategies.


Source:     Sandra Owusu-Asamoah
                (MLGDRD, Public Relations)


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