Growth has, therefore, not been inclusive so far. More and better jobs, as well as equal access to improved livelihood opportunities are needed.
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The fast-growing sectors of the economy, including micro, small, and medium enterprises MSMEs should be fully supported. The delivery of safe water, sanitation, waste management, energy, and transport continues to be a major challenge in the Philippines, particularly with respect to creating the conditions necessary for livability and resiliency in the cities. The strategies to be employed must consider economies of scale—which in many cases can be achieved by a more spatially integrated and regionally balanced approach—as well as sustained private sector participation.
Climate change also imposes the inclusion of more "green" features. Investments can be more rationalized using a co-benefit approach which espouses that projects to be considered must have multiple benefits in different sectors resulting from one policy, strategy, or initiative. On the housing front, the current level of production represents a very small fraction of the estimated housing need—perpetuating the formation of informal settlements and slums in Metro Manila and other urban metropolis around the country.
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Informal settler families must be transformed and enabled to find secure and better places to live—in resilient communities that are able to withstand climate change and natural disasters, vibrant communities animated with socio-economic dynamism and quality urban infrastructure and services, and connected communities that are linked by transport and telecommunication to employment, sources of livelihood, the urban economy, and the rest of the city. The country's archipelagic setting combined with the magnitude of urbanization makes accessibility between and within the islands costly and time consuming.
The intense movement of people, materials and information, combined with generally inadequate urban transport systems in the Philippines, is causing millions in lost productivity and economic opportunities. There has been a bias so far towards planning for individual motorized transport rather than accessibility.
This has led to tremendous traffic congestion and urban sprawl. The "Avoid-Shift-Improve Framework" is being promoted in planning subsequent urban transport systems.
Front to back: a design agenda for urban housing
The envisioned outcome is a successful transition to a more inclusive, greener urban transport system with a lower carbon footprint for Metro Manila and other highly urbanized cities nationwide. The New Urban Agenda was formulated using a consultative, participatory, and consensus building approach, entailing a series of thematic, regional, and multi-sectoral workshops. Better Cities are globally competitive, economically vibrant, and livable. Greener Cities are environmentally sustainable, climate resilient, and safe.
Smarter Cities are connected, physically, spatially and digitally. An Inclusive Philippines is equitable, participatory, and provides universal access to quality basic services. It safeguards children, women, the elderly people, and persons with disability. It equalizes access to livelihood opportunities. And last but not least, it facilitates the transformation of informal settler families in the metropolises, enabling them to live their lives with more pride and dignity.
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The urban design agenda -- 2. The sustainability agenda -- 3. The community agenda -- 4. The social agenda -- 5. A design agenda -- 6. Introduction to the case studies -- 7.
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