According to the Peruvian Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, "The National Housing and Urban Planning Policy (PNVU) seeks to define the main priorities and strategies that guide and articulate the actions, efforts and resources of the three levels of government, the private sector and civil society in housing and urban planning with a time horizon of 2030".
This National Sustainable Development Plan (NSDP) is the anchor for Grenada’s development agenda and priorities for the period 2020-2035. It provides strategic direction to steer the Tri-island State toward achieving Vision 2035 and as such, it puts forward localized solutions that are aimed at fundamentally improving the way we as Grenadians live, work, treat our natural environment, and interact with our institutions and each other. In so doing, it provides an opportunity for significant national transformation.
The Sustainable Habitat Agenda 2036 of Ecuador acts as the framework that establishes a clear and coordinated vision to guide actions for the implementation of sustainable urban development policies in Ecuador. It is a mechanism for urban governance in the country's cities and a basis for the planning processes of the Decentralized Autonomous Governments (GAD), adaptable to local conditions and needs. (Pg. 17)
Video message by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, on the launch of the Policy Brief: “COVID-19 in an Urban World”. "Urban areas are ground zero of the COVID-19 pandemic, with 90 per cent of reported cases.
The updated National Housing and Human Settlements Policy, with a 2032 horizon, is the guiding and articulating instrument for the sector's interventions to achieve impacts that increase access to decent, safe and healthy housing for families living in poverty. Stopping and reducing the housing deficit is a State issue, which needs to articulate the sector, develop mechanisms to implement the Housing Law 09-2012 and other instruments such as the National Development Plan, the Country Strategic Results and the Sustainable Development Goals.
This report sets out the initiatives taken in the city of Buenos Aires in response to the crisis that lead to significant progress on SDG 3 Good Health and Wellbeing; SDG 4 Quality Education; SDG 5 Gender Equality; SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities; SDG 13 Climate Action and SDG 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.