Chapter 7 Indicators

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    The UN Country report Guideline is as follows:

    Provide data for your country for the following urban indicators. Data should be for 1996, 2006 and 2013, when possible disaggregated by gender.
    i. Percentage of people living in slums
    ii. Percentage of urban population with access to adequate housing
    iii. Percentage of people residing in urban areas with access to safe drinking water
    iv. Percentage of people residing in urban areas with access to adequate sanitation
    v. Percentage of people residing in urban areas with access to regular waste collection
    vi. Percentage of people residing in urban areas with access to clean domestic energy
    vii. Percentage of people residing in urban areas with access to public transport
    viii. Level of effective decentralization for sustainable urban development measured by: (i) Percentage of policies and legislation on urban issues in whose formulation local and regional governments participated from 1996 to the present; (ii) percentage share of both income and expenditure allocated to local and regional governments from the national budget; (iii) percentage share of local authorities’ expenditure financed from local revenue
    ix. Percentage of city, regional and national authorities that have implemented urban policies supportive of local economic development and creation of decent jobs and livelihoods
    x. Percentage of city and regional authorities that have adopted or implemented urban safety and security policies or strategies
    xi. Percentage of city and regional authorities that have implemented plans and designs for sustainable and resilient cities that are inclusive and respond to urban population growth adequately
    xii. Share of national gross domestic product (GDP) that is produced in urban areas
    xiii. Any other urban-related data relevant to the National Report

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