The main objective of this workshop is to introduce a Sanitation manual for local authorities to upgrade the sanitary level of the local authorities. 20 officers representing Gampaha and Moratuwa […]
Social Life, Privatization, and the Management of Resources in the Changing Technopolitical Paradigms of City Planning.
The 11th NIUA-ADB-IHC Urban Dialogue on ‘Technotopias-is a city like a machine or a corporation?‘ […]
The third meeting of the Working Committee (WC) formed by the Local Government Division of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development & Cooperatives (LGD-MoLGRD&C) for formulating Institutional and Regulatory […]
A Focus Group Discussion with Municipal Association of Bangladesh (MAB) took place at the Seminar Room of ITN-BUET on June 01, 2015 with a view to know the existing situation […]
How would we build in the messy vitality of Indian streets into the Smart Cities of our future?
Public spaces are essential in developing character and a sense of belonging in […]
The 13th International Congress of the Asian Planning Schools Association (APSA 2015) was held on August 12-14, 2015 at Universiti Teknologi, (UTM) Johor Bahru, Malaysia. The Department of Urban and […]
Today, 8th July 2015, the University of Moratuwa K-Hub team met the administration of the Moratuwa Municipal Council to discuss the development of the Environmental Sanitation Information System (ESMIS). The […]
The University of Moratuwa is developing a Environmental Sanitation Information System (ESMIS) in 2 Municipal Councils (in Sri Lanka) to improve their sanitation related service delivery process. The university research team […]
South Asian Conference on Sanitation (SACOSAN), a government led biennial convention held on a rotational basis in each SAARC country provides a platform for interaction on sanitation. South Asian Countries […]
Government of India is currently working towards redesigning the system architecture of Indian cities. This demands a wide range of new knowledge, skills and models. These are also areas addressed […]
Nepal is urbanizing rapidly with a population of 26.5 million people and is a predominantly rural country with 17.1 percent of the population living in urban areas. The urban areas […]
In order to prepare the urban sector for an accelerated national development, the Government of Sri Lanka has identified Kandy and Galle as leading cities in the island that need […]
The meeting took place on September 4, 2014. The following issues wereconferredin the meeting:
The meeting approved Bangladesh Water Supply and Sanitation Regulatory Commission Bill; National Strategy for Water Supply and […]