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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Banjul Mayor returns from UN Habitat assembly

Press release

Mayor of Banjul Rohey Malick Lowe arrived back from Nairobi, Kenya where she participated in a very successful meeting of the 1st UN Habitat Assembly.
Member States of the United Nations participated in the deliberations of the UN-Habitat Assembly. The Assembly was also attended by United Nations agencies, local authorities and non-state actors including civil society, youth and women group representatives, the private sector and the Academia. Mayor Lowe delivered an inspiring speech on the theme “The Role of Government, Communities and the Private Sector in Developing Innovative Solutions for Environmental Protection in Coastal Cities”.
“The session was very interactive and enough knowledge gained by the team,” Mayor Lowe said.

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