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Improving Government Capacity and Hazard Risk Management in Lima, Peru (English)

Cities and local municipalities have been impacted by the recent slowdown in growth, affecting their capacity to generate income as well as to finance and manage infrastructure and services. In this context, the city resilience program (CRP) was instrumental in supporting project preparation of the World Bank’s National Urban Cadaster and Municipal Support Project in Peru. The National Urban Cadaster and Municipal Support Project will strengthen urban cadasters in 22 municipalities located in four provinces (Lima, Chiclayo, Lambayeque, and Piura) and improve local government capacities for revenue generation and urban management, including hazard risk management. The aim of the program is to catalyze a shift toward longer term, more comprehensive multi-disciplinary packages of technical and financial services, building the pipeline for viable projects at the city level that, in turn, build resilience.

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Improving Government Capacity and Hazard Risk Management in Lima, Peru (English). Results in Resilience Series Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/757431623379896492/Improving-Government-Capacity-and-Hazard-Risk-Management-in-Lima-Peru