NGOs and Urban Planning in Developing Countries

About This Episode

Cities in the developing world are struggling to address rapid population growth and major challenges from climate change. Explore how American non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have helped these cities upgrade infrastructure, improve housing, and protect the environment.

Speakers include Seki Hirano of Catholic Relief Services; Brian English of Emerging Development Solutions, formerly of Global Communities; David Grossman of International City/County Management Association; and Marc Lewis-DeGrace of the American Planning Association's International Division.

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