India

India is working on a framework for inclusive prosperity at the city level for a few selected cities, advocating on the need to plan for innovative on-site sanitation solutions through a knowledge product, a regional database on the demographic and socioeconomic condition of India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka and recommendations for an improved Master of Planning curriculum in the country.

KP 1 Multi-dimensional Prosperity Index. Review of the first 20 SMART Cities of India
Concept Paper
Engagement Strategy
Policy brief
KP 2 Handbook on Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Module
Concept Paper
Engagement Strategy
Policy brief
KP 3 Emerging evidence from Smart Cities and AMRUT database: A tool to address Urban Development Challenges facing Decision Makers
Concept Paper
Engagement Strategy
Policy brief
Curricula Recommendation report Recommendations for an improved Master’s Level Urban Planning Curricula
Review Paper
Engagement Strategy

Events

Roundtables on Dissemination of Knowledge Products

  1. Inform decision makers in at least 20 Smart Cities through a Multi-dimensional Prosperity Index
  2. Emerging evidence from SMART and AMRUT Cities database- A Tool to Address Urban Development Challenges Facing Decision-makers.
At NIUA on 19.05.17
  1. Preparation of  a ‘Handbook on Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Module’
  2. Recommendations for an improved Master’s Level Urban Planning Curricula in the national Planning Schools (to respond to the new urban mandate in India.
At NIUA on 22.05.17