Reducing Urban Poverty: A New Generation of Ideas

Reducing Urban Poverty: A New Generation of Ideas
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Released in November 2011, this publication features six winning essays from the second annual academic paper competition co-sponsored by the Cities Alliance, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Comparative Urban Studies Project (CUSP), USAID’s Urban Programs Team, the International Housing Coalition, and the World Bank. The theme of the competition was "Reducing Urban Poverty." 

Edited by Lauren Herzer, the book includes the following papers: 

 

Health 

  -  “Adaptive Strategies for Policy Implementation in Urban Contexts: Lessons from Bolivia’s Zero Malnutrition Program” by Lesli Hoey 

  -   “Can Dynamic Water Governance in Laos Sustain Momentum? Public-Private Partnerships and the Mobilization of Local Entrepreneurs for Water Supply” by Andrea Restrepo-Mieth

  -  “The State and Urban Food Insecurity in Post-Apartheid Johannesburg” by Daniel Novik Warshawsky

Land Markets and Security of Tenure

  -  “The Importance of Tenure Security in Home Improvement in Squatter Settlements: Evidence from Lahore” by Fatima Wajahat 

  -   “Where Do the Poor Live in Transitional Beijing? New Evidence Based on a Large-Scale Individual Survey in 2009” by Wenjie Wu

Livelihoods

  -   “Human Security and Microfinance: How Microfinance Can Do More” by Allison Morris

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