Ethiopian Ministry of Urban Development and Housing (MUDHo)
The governmental body in charge of urban development.
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Mission and Purpose
The Ministry of Urban Development and Housing mission is to develop Ethiopia's urban centres to be "models of democracy [which] generate development and deliver efficient services to their inhabitants." According to the Minister, MUDHo is " mandated to frame policies, strategies and programs that would help to establish Green, Resilient and Well Governed Cities that support a transformation from a predominantly agricultural nation to a country with a rapidly growing industrial sector that contributes to the economic growth necessary to achieve middle income country status by 2025."
Origins and Development
The Ministry of Urban Development and Housing (previously the Ministry of Works and Urban Development) was re-established in 2015 following proclamation No. 916/2015 which defined the institutional powers and functions of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia's governing bodies.
Organizational Structure, Membership, and Funding
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Major Projects and Events
Analysis and Lessons Learned
 “Vision and Mission,” Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, accessed April 20, 2019, https://web.archive.org/web/20180415164625/http://mwud.gov.et/web/guest/vision-and-mission.
 "Statement of the Minister," Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, accessed April 20, 2019, https://web.archive.org/web/20180412134814/http://www.mwud.gov.et/web/guest/reformcontacts
Lead image: Ethiopian News Agency, http://bit.ly/2DnkbCu