Conducting the missions of experts of the Spatial Planning in the 26 provinces of the DRC

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This roll-out is part of the implementation of the Regional Planning Program, launched several months ago by the Government, in line with commitments made, as part of the process of reducing emissions from degradation and deforestation (Redd +).

The expert missions of the Ministry of Spatial Planning and Renovation of the city (Matrv) and the firms Studi and Idea Consult, deployed since April 2019 in the 26 provinces of the DRC, are progressing satisfactorily, in the objective to make an inventory of the places of the Town planning in Rdc.

This is reflected in the communiqué from the Ministry of Spatial Planning.

These missions, information this document, are currently continuing in Kisangani in the province of Tshopo, Bandundu in Kwilu, Lusambo in Sankuru and Boende in the province of Tshuapa.

The experts will visit in the coming weeks in the remaining provinces namely: North Ubangi, Mai-Ndombe and Kasaï, reports the source.

This deployment is part of the implementation of the Regional Planning Program, launched several months ago by the government, in accordance with commitments made, as part of the process of reducing emissions due to degradation. and deforestation (Redd +)

These actions are carried out in a participatory and concerted approach with the social strata, in particular the provincial authorities, and they consist in collecting data and consulting the provincial actors in order to develop a problematization of the provincial development, to propose orientations and to determine the priorities.

Note that the closure of all missions will take place in June 2019.

It should be noted that the process of the reform of the Spatial Planning aims at two objectives namely, to set up a strong administration from the summit to the base and to endow the country with tools of spatial planning, among others the document National Planning Policy (Pnat), the Framework Law on Regional Planning (Lcat) and the National Spatial Planning Scheme (Snat).

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