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Cities Alliance. What is the Cities Alliance?. The Cities Alliance is a global partnership for urban poverty reduction and the promotion of the role of cities in sustainable development. Ownership: strong city and national government ownership.

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Cities alliance

Cities Alliance

www.citiesalliance.org


What is the cities alliance

What is the Cities Alliance?

The Cities Alliance is a global partnership for urban poverty reduction and the promotion of the role of cities in sustainable development

Ownership: strong city and national government ownership.

Alignment: should reflect domestic priorities at the national, local government, and community levels.

Harmonization: promote cooperation among CA members.


Who are our members

Who are our Members?

  • Local authorities: United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and Metropolis

  • Governments:Australia, Brazil, Chile, Ethiopia, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States of America

  • NGOs:Shack/Slum Dwellers International (SDI) and Habitat for Humanity International

  • Multi-lateral organisations: European Union, UNEP, UN-HABITAT and the World Bank


Theory of change transformation towards inclusive cities

Theory of ChangeTransformation towards Inclusive Cities

Empowered citizenry

engaged in urban development

Effective and responsive city management

transformation

=

expansion

Access to affordable services

Security

of tenure and access to shelter

present situation

Adapted to the environment

Access to economic opportunities

Crosscutting issues such as gender and youth


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  • What does the Cities Alliance support?

  • Citywide and nationwide slum upgrading programmes

  • City development strategies

  • National policies on urban development and local government


How does the cities alliance work

How does the Cities Alliance work?

  • The Catalytic Fund catalyzes urban transformation processes to promote more inclusive cities and advance collective learning.

  • Country Partnership Programmesmobilize members and partners around longer-term, programmatic interventions in selected countries for a more effective urban agenda centered on inclusive, pro-poor cities.

  • Joint Work Programmes between members and partners to distil, leverage and share knowledge climate change, the environment, and integrated urban environmental planning, etc.


Where we work

Where we work


Africa s slums are growing by 76 000 people per day

Africa’s slums are growing by 76,000 people per day


Accra ghana

Accra, Ghana

Source: The Dynamics of Global Urban Expansion, Solly Angel et al, 2005


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COUNTRY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMMES

Mobilize members and partners around longer-term, programmatic interventions in selected countries for a more effective urban agenda centered on inclusive, pro-poor cities.


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The Strategic Imperative


Current status

Current Status

Uganda: Municipalities of Arua, Jinja, Kabale, Mbale and Mbarara

  • CA Members: HfHi, SDI, UCLG, UN-HABITAT, World Bank

  • National and Municipal Urban Forums launched, and first part of National Urban Policy Dialogue finalised

  • Communities mobilizing in all 5 municipalities - saving groups, settlement profiles and enumerations, participation in urban forums

  • Local Governments being mobilized through the Urban Authorities Association of Uganda (UAAU) supported by ICMA


Current status1

Current Status

Ghana: Greater Accra Metro Area and selected secondary cities (TBD)

  • CA Members: AFD, GTZ, Habitat for Humanity, SDI, UN-HABITAT, World Bank

  • Space provided for a national debate around alternatives to forced evictions

  • Member collaboration initiated on (i) municipal capacity building; (ii) community empowerment

  • Advocacy and awareness raising proposal being finalized


Current status2

Current Status

  • CA Members: WB, WBI, UN Habitat, UCLG through ACVN, SDI through ACHR

  • Vietnam National Urbanization Review

  • Strengthen the Vietnam Urban Forum

  • Operationalising the National Urban Upgrading Strategy

  • Training for local authorities on strategic urban

  • management

  • Support for ACVN

  • Support the existing CDF network to implement and scale up small projects

Vietnam: Cities TBD


Window of opportunity for urban transformation

Window of Opportunity for Urban Transformation

The Catalytic Fund (CATF)

January, 2011

www.citiesalliance.org


Catalytic fund objectives

Catalytic Fund - Objectives

  • Aims to have catalytic effects on initiating and enhancing urban transformation processes promoting more inclusive cities.

  • Aims at advancing collective know-how through the learning that can be distilled from the project experiences and shared among CA partners, CA members and beyond.


Catalytic fund key characteristics i

Catalytic Fund - Key Characteristics I

  • Open twice a year

  • Competitive process

  • Application through a Concept Note

  • The grant size limited to US$50,000-US$250,000. Total Budget US$2,000,000 (FY11)


Catalytic fund key characteristics ii

Catalytic Fund - Key Characteristics II

  • Sponsorship from CA Members required

  • Scope defined by the Charter

  • Support by an external evaluation panel (EEP)

  • Parallel donor coordination process


Approval cycle

Grant processing

Approval Cycle

Call for Concept Notes (CN)

2 month

Deadline

Deadline

Secretariat approval

confirmation

Selection of in-principle approved projects

EEP assessment

of CN and Donor Coordination

2 months

Request for Full

Proposal (FP)

and FP submission

6weeks


Screening criteria two types

Screening Criteria - Two types


Timeline and how to apply

Timeline and how to apply

  • 1st Call: Open from end of January to end of March 2011 -> Selection by June 2011

  • 2nd Call: Open from July to end of August2011 -> Selection by December2012

  • How to apply: www.citiesalliance.org/ca/CATF_FAQ (email: [email protected])


The small grant facility a window in the catf

The Small Grant Facility - a window in the CATF

  • Same CATF objectives

  • Open all year round for submission

  • Quarterly competitive selection

  • Support to CA members

  • Grant size limited to US$50,000, total budget US$300,000 (FY11).

  • Simplified process but under scrutiny for its practicability


More information

More Information

Please visit us online at

www.citiesalliance.org

The Cities Alliance

1818 H Street, NW

Mailstop: MC 4-413

Washington, DC 20433

U.S.A.

Tel: (202) 473-9233

Fax: (202) 522-3224

E-Mail: [email protected]


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