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The National Urban Planning Institute from the outset had the interest and commitment to contribute to the design and development of a national urban development policy, and is grateful for the opportunity given to it by the Ministry of Federal Affairs to play a key role as the consultant for its drafting. The Institute has to this effect instituted a project office that will handle the policy design process, the major objectives of which include, among other things, include the following:  
  • to design a comprehensive urban development policy that will guide the national urban development effort at all levels,
  • to ensure that the policy design process will as much as possible incorporate views and opinions of a broad spectrum of stakeholders in the national urban development process concerning urban development challenges and prospects,
  • soliciting national as well as international policy ideas from similar experiences, and
  • organizing and conducting public forums and consultative workshops and symposia in a bid to collect and disseminate key policy issues. (more on objectives)

To realize the above objectives, the Project Office would like to encourage contributions from academics and researchers, domestic, international, bilateral, non-governmental and academic organizations as well as Ethiopians living abroad and any other interested parties that have interest to actively participate in the Ethiopian urban development policy design process. Any communication regarding the policy design process could be forwarded to Ato Teka Halefom, Head, Policy Design Project Office, NUPI  through e-mail:
nupi@telecom.net.et

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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