About Marco Kamiya

As head of UN-Habitat’s Urban Economy and Finance Branch, Marco Kamiya leads global operational and normative work on urban economy and municipal finance. He supports cities in terms of financing related to planning, participatory approaches, and infrastructure. Prior to joining UN-Habitat, Marco worked for CAF Development Bank for Latin America in the Department of Public Policy and Competitiveness. Previously, he also worked for the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC, and for PADECO Co., Ltd. in Tokyo.

UN-Habitat’s Integrated Municipal Finance Programme – Part 2

By |2019-08-22T11:15:14+02:00August 22nd 2019|governance & finance, urban & metropolitan governance, , , , , , |

UN-Habitat's municipal finance programme is witnessing an exciting evolution in Kenya that offers lessons for local governments worldwide. Marco Kamiya, UN-Habitat’s Chief of the Urban Economy and Finance Branch describes the challenges cities face in their efforts to advance the sustainable development agenda.

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UN-Habitat’s Integrated Municipal Finance Programme – Part 1

By |2019-08-21T18:20:08+02:00August 20th 2019|governance & finance, urban & metropolitan governance, , , , , , |

UN-Habitat's municipal finance programme is witnessing an exciting evolution in Kenya that offers lessons for local governments worldwide. Marco Kamiya, UN-Habitat’s Chief of the Urban Economy and Finance Branch describes the challenges cities face in their efforts to advance the sustainable development agenda.

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