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Papua New Guinea: National Urban Profile

Papua New Guinea: National Urban Profile

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The Papua New Guinea Urban Profiling consists of an accelerated, action-oriented assessment of urban conditions, focusing on priority needs, capacity gaps, and existing institutional responses at local and national levels. The purpose of the study is to develop urban poverty reduction policies at local, national, and regional levels, through an assessment of needs and response mechanisms, and as a contribution to the wider-ranging implementation of the Millennium Development Goals.
The Papua New Guinea Urban Profiling consists of an accelerated, action-oriented assessment of urban conditions, focusing on priority needs, capacity gaps, and existing institutional responses at local and national levels. The purpose of the study is to develop urban poverty reduction policies at local, national, and regional levels, through an assessment of needs and response mechanisms, and as a contribution to the wider-ranging implementation of the Millennium Development Goals.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA: NAIONAL URBAN PROFILE
 
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Papua New Guinea National Urban ProfileCopyright © United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), 2012  All rights reserved United Nations Human Settlements Programme publications can be obtained from UN-Habitat Regional and Information Offices or directly from:P.O.Box 30030, GPO 00100 Nairobi, Kenya.Fax: + (254 20) 762 4266/7E-mail: unhabitat@unhabitat.org  Website: http://www.unhabitat.org Tis report was prepared by Georgina Numbasa, Regina Kiele and Getrude Miria. Te eam was assisted by Emmajil Bogari, Dorothy Kela and John Rova with information collected through interviews with key urban actors in Papua New Guinea.Tis project and report was managed by Max Kep and supported by Wesley J. Aruga, with critical inputs provided by Chris Radford, staff in UN-Habitat‘s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Dr. Paul Jones, AusAID urbanization adviser to Papua New Guinea within the Office of Urbanization, Elias Masta, and UN-Habitat Urban Profiling team in Nairobi.HS Number: HS/078/12EISBN Number(Series): 978-92-1-132023-7ISBN Number:(Volume) 978-92-1-132492-1 DisclaimerTe designation employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities, or concerning delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries, or regarding its economic system or degree of development. Te analysis, conclusions and recommendations of the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), the Governing Council of UN-Habitat or its Member States. Excerpts from this publication may be reproduced without authorisation, on condition that the source is indicated.Photo credits: © UN-Habitat AcknowledgementsEditing: Olubusiyi SarrDesign and Layout: Florence Kuria 
 
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UNITED NATIONS HUMAN SETTLEMENTS PROGRAMME
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: NAIONAL URBAN PROFILE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORDS 5EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7BACKGROUND 11GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONS 14HOUSING, INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS AND SOCIAL ISSUES 17GENDER AND HIV/AIDS 20ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE 22SECURITY, LAW AND ORDER 25LAND AVAILABILITY 27RURAL-URBAN LINKAGES, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE 30POPULATION AND EMPLOYMENT 33PROJECT PROPOSALSGOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONS 35HOUSING, INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS AND SOCIAL ISSUES 39GENDER AND HIV/AIDS 42ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE 44SECURITY, LAW AND ORDER 46LAND AVAILABILITY 48RURAL-URBAN LINKAGES, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE 50POPULATION AND EMPLOYMENT 52

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