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UN-HABITAT’s Monitoring and Research Division helps cities learn, know and understand their own needs. From finding out how many people in a given street may have access to water and sanitation, to what local non­governmental and civil society organisations might think about a city, or how women’s views should be taken into account, and helping exchange information and best practice ideas world-wide, this division provides the facts and figures and studies that can help urban decision makers and residents make optimum decisions. The ideas and best practices come in every form right down to city park management schemes that can be applied elsewhere in world. The branch also publishes the agency’s flagship State of the World’s Cities report every two years.
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