As part of the integrated urban development project 2 (PDUI 2), the Djibouti Social Development Agency (ADDS) launched a training workshop on Sunday, September 29, focusing on the management of the community development fund. The initiative targets members of associations from Layableh and Moustiquaire neighborhoods in the town of Balbala. Lasting five (5) days, these meetings will focus on the operating mechanism of the FDC management committee as well as the basic concepts and the main stages of setting up micro-projects.
This is the meaning of the Integrated Development Project 2 (PDUI 2), funded by the French Development Agency (AFD) in the Layableh and mosquito net districts of the municipality of Balbala. It should be noted in passing that the PDUI2 has several components. These revolve around the development of roads, connection to the drinking water network and the construction of a community center for residents of the targeted neighborhoods.
The project also aims to improve the living conditions of the inhabitants of Layableh and Moustiquaire in terms of safety, cleanliness and functionality of public spaces, by enhancing their urban environment and providing essential services.
Finally, the project in question will make it possible to perpetuate the actions of local associations and build the capacities of the authorities to supervise urban development.