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The Urban Management Programme (UMP) represents a major approach by the United Nations family of organizations, together with external support agencies (ESAS)t,o strengthen the contribution that cities and towns in developing countries make towards economic growth, social development, and the alleviation of poverty. The program seeks to develop and promote appropriate policies and tools for municipal finance and administration, land management, infrastructure management, and evnironmental management. Through a capacity building component, the UMPp lans to establish an effective partnership with national, regional, and global networks and ESAS in applied research, dissemination of information, and experiences of best practices and promising options.
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