CICLIA is a facility funded by the EU, SECO and AFD that supports more than 35 cities in sub-Saharan Africa in the preparation of low-carbon and resilient urban strategies and projects. CICLIA funded the feasibility studies for the To Petola project. The project aims to strengthen the urban resilience of the N'danu, Salongo and Abattoir neighborhoods, which are subject to flooding and health risks, and to support adaptation to climate change through better urban governance and shared management of essential urban services (pre-collection of household waste, maintenance of riverbanks, roads and adjacent drains), which will result in the social structuring of the neighborhoods and a strengthened link with the Kinshasa authorities. Interview with Robert Luzolanu, Coordinator of the Urban Development Unit of the Community of Kinshasa.
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