The development objective of Greater Abidjan Port City Integration Project for Cote d'Ivoire is to support the improvement of urban management, logistics efficiency, port accessibility, and urban mobility in the Greater Abidjan Area (GAA) and to provide immediate and effective response to eligible crisis or emergency. This project has three components. 1) The first component, Urban Planning, Services and Governance, aims to (a) provide operational and effective urban planning instruments for the national, district, and municipal governments to achieve inclusive and sustainable development in Greater Abidjan; (b) strengthen the institutional capacities of national and local governments for better urban management; and (c) promote access to basic urban infrastructure and services.
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