The Addis Ababa Urban Age Task Force has been launched to support the Ethiopian capital advance its strategic urban development agenda. Addis Ababa, a city of about 3.4 million people set to grow by another million in the next decade, is planning to manage a period of intense urban change sustainably. The Addis Ababa Urban Age Task Force will serve as a support system for the Addis Ababa City Government through advisory activities and capacity building. It will also identify strategic pilot projects to address complex urban challenges around the themes of housing and urban densification, accessibility and streets, and green and blue infrastructure.
The Task Force, made up of 22 core and ex-officio members, is a partnership between the Addis Ababa City Plan and Development Commission (AACPDC), LSE Cities at the London School of Economics and Political Science, the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
For more information, visit the Addis Ababa Urban Task Force website.