Searching with a thematic focus on Urban governance, Governance in Zimbabwe
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- Documentid21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2003Transport is a necessary input to urban life, providing the means of access from home to activity. It plays a key role in people’s lives, providing them with access to opportunities. Only recently have planners begun to consider the social, environmental and poverty impacts of transport interventions. Auditing transport for efficiency and anti-poverty effects is still in its infancy.DocumentUrban LandMark, 2011Land market activity is a proxy indicator of economic health. Funding will continue to be a critical component of the land and housing development markets, hence the need for initiatives to promote savings at all levels.DocumentDepartment for International Development, UK, 2017The definition of which settlements count as ‘urban’ in Zimbabwe is complex, creating uncertainty regarding the extent and nature of urbanisation.