Cities in developing countries are marked by a strong presence of informal settlements that are overcrowded, lack facilities and poorly connected to the city. This phenomenon concerns nearly a third of the world’s urban population, or almost a billion people.
Urban regeneration and restructuring require an overall approach mobilising a broad array of expertise and people with different skills, to deliver a development strategy that meets all of the population’s needs.
The Groupe Huit method is based on a long-term vision and a step-by-step approach. We identify priority investments that are compatible with additional medium- to long-term development.