University of Cape Town Grant

Organization - University of Cape Town
Grant Amount - $700,500
Foundation - Rockefeller Foundation
Grant Purpose - for use by its African Centre for Cities in support of three projects to help strengthen urban planning capacity in sub-Saharan Africa: a project to improve urban planning training programs, a workshop on innovations in urban development, and a cultural project to raise awareness about the dynamism of urban life

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