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Metropolitan Capacity Assessment Methodology

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The Metropolitan Capacity Assessment Methodology (MetroCAM) has been developed by GIZ in cooperation with UN-Habitat as a guiding framework for implementing sustainable development agendas at the metropolitan scale. With this modular toolbox, urban stakeholders are able to assess existing capacity, future needs, and potential trigger points and finally identify options for change to improve existing services and conditions. By tackling a particular metropolitan challenge (e.g. mobility, resilience), the MetroCAM provides instruments and incentives for municipalities to cooperate beyond administrative boundaries, foster dialogue and build consensus among various stakeholders.

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Maximising the impact of partnerships for the SDGs. A practical guide to partnership value creation

Available in English

The purpose of this guidebook is to support organisations and partnerships to maximise the value created by collaboration towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The guidebook deconstructs what “v...

Developed by The Partnerships Initiative

Posted by Admin

Tools : Territorial / Multi-Stakeholder Approach

White Paper on Mainstreaming Migration into Local Development Planning And Beyond

Available in English

This Paper provides a thorough analysis of what has been done thus far in terms of mainstreaming migration at the local level, where the drivers and effects of migration are mostly felt, and allows fo...

Developed by Joint Migration and Development Initiati...

Posted by Joanne Irvine

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