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Patricie Uwase Jul 18
Streets make up the largest proportion (75%) of public spaces in cities. need to be well planned, designed, developed and maintained to create livable cities.
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Inhee Chung Jul 18
Well-designed and maintained public spaces have positive impact on health, environment, social cohesion and resilience of cities contributing to . ,
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Linda Ndungutse Jul 17
Excited to participate and listen during Urbanization thematic working group sessions organised by tomorrow - 🌿Carfree zone 🌿 inspiration below
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Ilija Gubić Aug 10
While all of us living in are excited to have new multifunctional , also wanted to emphasize nicely designed & built in front of ! Great place for social interaction.
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Inhee Chung Jul 18
Lots of momentum to galvanize efforts between different stakeholders and partners to develop green and inclusive public spaces in Kigali and secondary cities. ,
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Min.Infrastructure Jul 18
In her opening remarks, PS at , highlighted the crucial role of public spaces & urged the involvement of private sector in planning, design & implementation of public spaces in Rwandan cities.
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Min.Infrastructure Jul 18
Happening: Stakeholders within the urbanization sector gathered in Thematic Sector Working Group Meeting with a focus on public spaces development in and secondary cities.
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GGGI Rwanda Jul 18
Practical ideas & solutions are discussed during the 2nd Q&A as participants encourage government, academia, private sector to synergies their efforts in creating smart green solutions for in &
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GGGI Rwanda Jul 18
. in her closing remarks acknowledges that has many functioning developed urban infrastructure & policies in place that will help accelerate all key players efforts in creating that are accessible to all
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Oana Baloi Jul 18
documenting the progress of Rwandan cities in providing public space
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Jul 18
One thing we should from is how to explain things in a very clear and simple way and how to ask why things don’t work.
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Presenting on approach on public spaces at the Urban forum subgroup on public spaces by
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Jul 18
Smart Friendly Cities create an for children to express their opinions and influence decisions that affect them, so that a safe, secure and clean environment, may be provided by urban planning experts and decision-makers
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GGGI Rwanda Jul 18
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Oana Baloi Jul 22
Well done what great chance to support your amazing work on implementing 11.7 of
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Jul 18
Almost everywhere in the world, the design process is undertaken by adults, while the end- users are often , such is the case in parks areas and schools.
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Ilija Gubić Aug 18
Congratulations ! Many of us passionate about cities looking forward to well designed & built accessible in ! Perhaps competition for many “urban pockets” of that could be transformed into interesting small public spaces?
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Ilija Gubić Jul 22
If you missed sector meeting, here is the summary: Great speakers ! Thank you of for guiding the sector.
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