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MobiliseYourCity in Philippines

The Government of the Philippines through the national Department of Transportation (DOTr) and GIZ work together towards a more climate-friendly sustainable urban mobility system in the country.

GIZ cooperates with the DOTr in developing a National Sustainable Urban Mobility Programme (NUMP) under the umbrella of the MobiliseYourCity partnership. The Government aims to improve national framework conditions to enable cities to implement ambitious climate actions in transport. The envisaged support includes an improvement of the policy framework with a focus on climate protection and unlocking private investments into clean mobility solutions. It also includes building sufficient capacities to be able to plan, implement and monitor actions on the ground. Last but not least the NUMP aims to establish a financial support mechanism that will enable a faster and more ambitious implementation of sustainable mobility measures in cities.

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This current knowledge platform is funded by the European Union based on an Intra ACP Grant « Urban Mobility Support Programme »