Introduction Introduction Chapter 5 Chapter 5
Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 6 Chapter 6
Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Notes for Indicators Notes
Chapter 3 Chapter 3 Notes for boxes Notes for boxes
Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Indicators Indicators
NOTES Printer Friendly printer friendly version
Notes for Boxes

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 1

BOX 2

  • Excerpts from: Ness, G. D. 2006. “Organizing for Urbanization in the Second Wave.”  Draft paper prepared for this Report.

BOX 3

  • Based on: Cavric, B., et al. 2003. “Sustainable Urban Development in Gaborone, Botswana.” Report of the Designing, Implementing and Measuring Sustainable Urban Development (DIMSUD) Project of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Zurich: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

Chapter 2

BOX 4

  • UN-Habitat. 2006. State of the World’s Cities 2006/7: The Millennium Development Goals and Urban Sustainability, p. 19. London: Earthscan.

BOX 5

  • Gharzeddine, O. 2007. UNFPA mission report.

BOX 6

  • Excerpted from: Seager, A. 10 November 2006. “Africa’s Largest Slum: Where Youngsters Play among Bags Full of Raw Sewage.” The Guardian.

BOX 8

  • See the website of the Huairou Foundation: www.huairou.org/index.html, last accessed 7 March 2007.

  • United Nations. 2005. Women 2000 and Beyond: Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in ICT, p. 7. New York: Division for the Advancement of Women, United Nations.

  • See: Mitlin, D. 2001. “Civil Society and Urban Poverty: Examining Complexity.” Environment and Urbanization 13(2): 151-173.

  • See the website of the Self Employed Women’s Association: http://sewa.org/, accessed 15 February 2007.

  • McGranahan, G. 12 January 2007. Personal communication.

BOX 11

  • Source: Guerra, E. 2002. “Citizenship Knows No Age: Children’s Participation in the Governance and Municipal Budget of Barra Mansa, Brazil.” Environment and Urbanization 14(2): 71–84.

BOX 12

  • Based on: Ness, G. D. 2006. “Organizing for Urbanization in the Second Wave.”  Draft paper prepared for this Report.


Chapter 3

BOX 13

  • Based on: Hakkert, R. 2007. “Three Notes on Central Issues in Poverty and Urbanization.” Draft paper prepared for this Report.

BOX 14

  • Angel, S., S. C. Sheppard, and D. L. Civco. 2005. The Dynamics of Global Urban Expansion, p. 12. Washington, D.C.: Transport and Urban Development Department, the World Bank.


  • Rodriguez, J., and G. Martine. 2006. “Urbanization in Latin America: Experiences and Lessons Learned,” p. 16. Draft paper prepared for this Report.


  • Skeldon, R. 2005. “Migration and Poverty Reduction: Linkages between Migration and Poverty: The Millennium Development Goals and Population Mobility,” p. 57. Ch. 3 in: International Migration and the Millennium Development Goals: Selected Papers of the UNFPA Expert Group Meeting: Marrakech, Morocco, 11-12 May 2005, by UNFPA. 2005. New York: UNFPA.


BOX 15

  • Hakkert, R. 2007. “Three Notes on Central Issues in Poverty and Urbanization.” Draft paper prepared for this Report.February 2006.

BOX 16

  • Based on: Smolka, M., and A. Larangeira. 2006. “Informality and Poverty in Latin American Urban Policy.” Draft paper prepared for this Report.

BOX 17

  • Text summarized and adapted from: Angel, S. 2006. “Preparing for Urban Expansion in Intermediate Cities in Ecuador: A World Bank Project Focusing on Access to Land for the Urban Poor.” Draft paper prepared for this Report.

Chapter 4

BOX 18

  • Source: Yu Zhu, Xinhua Qi, Huaiyou Shao, and Kaijing He, Centre for Population and Development Research, Fujian Normal University. 11 January 2007. Personal communication.

BOX 19

  • Information for much of this box comes from: International Development Research Centre. n.d. “Growing Better Cities.” Slide Presentation. Ottawa, Canada: International Development Centre. Website: www.idrc.ca/in_focus_cities/ev-95429-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html, accessed 6 February 2007.
  • International Development Research Centre. 2006. Shaping Livable Cities: Stories of Progress Around the World, p. 27. Ottawa, Canada: International Development Centre.

BOX 20

  • Based on an article by: Etienne, J., Department of Infrastructure and Urban Development, French Development Agency. 2006. “Access to Water and Sanitation Services in the Districts of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).”  Villes en développement. No. 72–73: 9-10; and on project monitoring by J. Etienne.

BOX 21

  • This box is based mostly on: Roberts, S. 26 November 2006. “Bloomberg Administration is Developing Land Use Plan to Accommodate Future Populations,” p. 39. The New York Times.

Chapter 5

BOX 23


Chapter 6

BOX 24

  • UN Millennium Project. 2006. Public Choices, Private Decisions: Sexual and Reproductive Health and the Millennium Development Goals, pp. 36-40. New York: UNDP.
  • Hakkert, R. 2007. “Three Notes on Central Issues in Poverty and Urbanization.” Note prepared for this Report.
  • UN Millennium Project 2006, pp. 36-40.

BOX 25

  • Kretzmann, J. P., and J. L. McKnight. 1997. Building Communities from the Inside Out: A Path Toward Finding and Mobilizing a Community’s Assets. Chicago, Illinois: ACTA Publications.
  • Asian Coalition for Housing Rights. 2001. “Building an Urban Poor People’s Movement in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.” Environment and Urbanization 13(2): 61-72. Cited in Carolini, G. 2006. “Community Organizations of the Urban Poor: Realizing the MDGs and Planning for Urban Population Growth,” p. 9. Paper prepared for this Report.
  • Weru, J. 2004. “Community Federations and City Upgrading: The Work of Pamoja Trust and Muungano in Kenya.” Environment and Urbanization 16(1): 47-62. Cited in: Carolini 2006, p. 9.
  • Smaoun, S. 2002. “Women’s Safety Audits.” Habitat Debate 8(4): p. 13.

BOX 27

  • Peñalosa, E. 1 November 2006. Personal communication.

 

CONTENTS