CICLIA is a facility funded by the European Union, SECO and AFD that supports more than 30 cities in sub-Saharan Africa in the preparation of low-carbon and resilient urban strategies and projects.
Ganvié, in Benin, is a lakeside city, a particular territory, which faces many challenges to improve the living conditions of its inhabitants. The CICLIA study supports the National Agency for the Promotion of Heritage and Tourism Development (ANPT) and offers solutions to promote sustainable planning and better access to essential services while preserving Lake Nokoué.
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