Access to basic services
With this in mind, a project to restructure and enhance the wetland and combat poverty has been implemented by the Douala Urban Community.
The working group “health and well-being” thus addresses this theme in its broad sense: from access to care, to the well-being of populations within a territory. Acting for health involves profoundly improving the system of supply and access to care, but also promoting a global approach, from the territorial diagnosis of a health project, to the implementation of targeted actions. To do this, building crosscutting policies where urban health and well-being in the city are placed back at the heart of public action and territorial planning seems essential, in order to make health a major lever for the transition to a more sustainable society.
Ce cahier s'inscrit dans la collection des Cahiers Techniques de la boîte à outils AEU2 (approche environnementale de l'urbanisme) : à ce titre, il vise à décliner opérationnellement la méthodologie AEU2 aux enjeux et aux problématiques des...
This booklet is part of the collection of Technical Booklets of the AEU2 Toolbox (environmental approach to urban planning): as such, it aims to operationally apply the AEU2 methodology to the issues and problems of overseas territories. It is aimed at overseas project owners in all their diversity, even beyond just the French overseas territories. It reflects the diversity of possible approaches and best sustainable management practices adapted to tropical environments.
The main purpose of the booklet is to provide methodological and technical "baggage" to help project owners move from reflection to action.
I - Implementing metropolitan food governance;
The FRUGAL (Urban Forms and Food Governance) action research programme run with the University of Caen between 2016 and 2020 is proving to be a quality methodological support to this innovative community approach to food: researchers present the results of their research to elected officials each year and the participatory methodologies of communities at all levels (city, urban community, metropolitan cluster) allow for new partnerships between researchers and stakeholders.