Project Management Institute

Slum change management

projects to improve slums often meet resistance -- and require careful stakeholder collaboration

According to the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), slum populations are climbing globally, making new approaches to slum redevelopment projects necessary. Although securing private funding for these projects is a distinct challenge, successful ventures in areas such as power generation and water delivery have started, with pilot projects backed by governments and NGOs.
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