According to the findings of the 2016 Sustainia100, this is the year of ‘systemic opportunity’. One of the four key trends identified in the publication concerns the rise of cities as health facilitators.
IFHP is calling on its community to come forward with innovative cases about urban water management from cities as well as from academics.
What is your urban solution? Seize the opportunity! Help contribute to the New Urban Agenda via IFHP!
IFHP welcomes a new IFHP Deputy President and a new IFHP Board Member.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of William Lau as our first Ambassador to South East Asia.
IFHP Council Summit 2016 provided a platform for invited experts to engage and debate the role of IFHP in taking the New Urban Agenda recommendations forward – towards implementation.
The City of Medellín, Colombia, has been conferred the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize 2016 for its remarkable transformation over the past two decades. The IFHP President was part of the council that selected the winning city.