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Updated in EWS May 11, 2021
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is to expand the scope of the URL1146 program, linking the vulnerable immigrant population and its receiving community. The specific objectives aligned with this programme are: (i) to promote the urban integration of immigrant families and their receiving communities through the provision of formal basic infrastructure, adequate social and urban services, ensuring the safe tenure of property (prioritizing women's qualification or double degrees) and improving social capital, with climate change considerations; (ii) provide affordable housing to low-income populations, with a focus on gender and diversity in the migrant population and its receiving communities, while recovering degraded urbanized spaces, in the historic center of Montevideo; and (iii) strengthen institutions linked to access to urban services for migrants in a way that helps accelerate the process of social and urban integration
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