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Participatory planning: self-organising through the Federation of the Urban and Rural Poor

Watch video interview francis reffell lahai koroma FEDURP YMCA sierra leone informal self-organising engage government cooperation cockle bay

In this clip, you learn about some of the positive impacts that the Federation of the Urban and Rural Poor (FEDURP) have had on the lives of informal settlement dwellers.

Mr Francis Reffell, Project Manager at YMCA Sierra Leone, and Mr Lahai Koroma, a resident of Cockle Bay and FEDURP member, discuss the importance of residents working together to achieve common goals, and engaging policy makers to support positive urban change.

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